Mosquito Control in San Antonio, TX

Stop Mosquito Bites with Professional Solutions

While there are over 3,500 different mosquito species worldwide, San Antonio is home to at least 57 species of mosquitoes. No one enjoys having mosquitoes on their property. Bites are itchy and annoying, and mosquitos also carry and spread many different deadly diseases. 

If you have a mosquito issue, you can trust Family Pest Control LLC to help you get rid of these unwanted guests. Our team has been helping to eliminate pests since 1981, and we pride ourselves on helping restore our clients’ peace of mind. 

Schedule a service today by calling (210) 762-6991 or reaching out online. We offer free estimates. 

Our Mosquito Control Options

To get rid of mosquitos that are chasing you indoors, Family Pest Control LLC takes on pesky, biting mosquitos with solutions that are designed to eliminate adult mosquitos and stop them from breeding!

Monthly Mosquito Treatments

Pest Technician treating backyard

If you have a mosquito infestation, the best treatment option is to spray a mosquito misting treatment around your entire property. While our technicians will pay special attention to areas that mosquitos gravitate towards, we want to be thorough to ensure no more infestations occur; as each infestation and situation is different, our team will come up with personalized solutions. 

Commonly, mosquitos are attracted to standing water; they are also often found around or in trees, gutters, leaves, patios, gutters, and overhangs. When our technician first arrives, they will walk your property to identify where the mosquitoes and larvae are around your property before spraying the mist. Once the job is done, we will also walk through our maintenance plan options as well as what treatments will prevent a future infestation from occurring.  


Mosquito Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Do Monthly Mosquito Misting Treatments Cost in San Antonio?

Standard mosquito treatment pricing is $105 per month per treatment for properties up to 5,000 square feet in size. It’s $10 more for every 1,000 square feet beyond the initial 5,000. Should you choose to sign up for 6 or more treatments, we’ll reduce our fee to $95 per month per treatment. Our extra square footage charge remains the same.

Are Mosquitoes in San Antonio Even Dangerous?

The threat that mosquitoes carry diseases harmful to humans or livestock is a real one. There is a long list of diseases that mosquitoes can spread, some of which can be deadly.

For more information, check this publication released by the Texas Department of Health and Human Services regarding the genuine threat of mosquito-based West Nile virus.

How can I prevent mosquitoes from breeding in my yard?

Preventing mosquitoes from breeding in your yard is an important step in mosquito control. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in standing water, so eliminating potential breeding sites is key. 

Here are some steps you can take to prevent mosquito breeding in your yard:

  • Remove standing water: Regularly inspect your yard for any containers, puddles, or objects that can collect and hold water. This includes flowerpots, buckets, old tires, clogged gutters, bird baths, and toys. Empty or properly dispose of these items to prevent water accumulation.
  • Clean gutters and downspouts: Clogged gutters can trap water, providing an ideal breeding ground for mosquitoes. Keep your gutters and downspouts clean and free of debris.
  • Fix leaks: Repair any leaks or dripping faucets, as even small amounts of water can attract mosquitoes.
  • Maintain your yard: Ensure that your lawn and garden are well-drained. Fill in low-lying areas where water can accumulate, and avoid overwatering your lawn or plants.
  • Use mosquito dunks or larvicides: In areas where you can't eliminate standing water, such as ponds or rain barrels, you can use mosquito dunks or larvicides, which are products designed to kill mosquito larvae before they mature into adult mosquitoes.
  • Keep swimming pools clean: If you have a swimming pool, make sure it is properly maintained and chlorinated. A well-maintained pool is less likely to become a mosquito breeding site.
  • Maintain ornamental ponds and fountains: If you have ornamental water features, use mosquito fish or install a pump to keep the water circulating. Stagnant water can attract mosquitoes.
  • Install screens: Ensure that windows and doors have screens to keep mosquitoes out of your home.
  • Trim vegetation: Cut back dense vegetation and tall grass, as these areas can provide shelter for adult mosquitoes during the day.
  • Use mosquito-repelling plants: Some plants, such as citronella, lavender, and marigolds, have natural repellent properties. Plant them in your garden or near outdoor seating areas.
  • Consider mosquito nets or outdoor mosquito traps: Using mosquito nets for outdoor seating areas or employing mosquito traps can help reduce the number of mosquitoes in your yard.
  • Limit outdoor activities during peak mosquito activity times: Mosquitoes are most active during dawn and dusk, so if possible, avoid spending time outdoors during these times.

By following these steps and maintaining good mosquito prevention practices, you can significantly reduce the likelihood of mosquitoes breeding in your yard and, consequently, reduce the mosquito population around your home.

At Family Pest Control LLC, we are happy to assist with all of your San Antonio mosquito control needs. Just contact us at (210) 762-6991

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