Mosquito Sprays for Yards, Commercial Properties, & Municipalities
Each summer, hordes of mosquitoes descend on backyards, parks and campgrounds. Peace of Mind Tick Control can help!
Our conventional seasonal spray plans are highly-effective, keeping your property enjoyable all summer long. We spray your entire property, paying close attention to mosquito breeding grounds. Often times we recommend a simple clean-up or maintenance package to keep your property free of mosquito nesting areas.
We also offer organic sprays and alternatives, such as BTI mosquito dunks—when your infestation is close to water.
For optimum protection, we recommend re-application every 21 days, throughout the season. Our dependable team of licensed application specialists will work on a set schedule for the best results. If you’re not satisfied, we’ll re-spray at no additional charge.
Outdoor Event Sprays
June through October is the perfect time of year to host an outdoor event in Maine, but mosquitoes can be menacing.
At Peace of Mind, we want to ensure your attendees are protected and the area is mosquito-free.
We provide mosquito barrier spray 24-48 hours prior to the start of your event. Depending on recent weather, and the size and location of the event, we may recommend an additional spray one week prior.
It doesn’t take long for the solution to dry—and there is no odor or visible residue! It’s completely safe for food and beverage preparation and service.
Please consider Peace of Mind for any of your upcoming needs in southern Maine:
- Outdoor Learning Events
- Company Functions
- Family Reunions
- Lobster Bakes
- Public Events, Concerts, & Festivals
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