Atlanta has once again made the top of the list of cities best suited for mosquito breeding, according to recent studies, and is therefore the most popular city in America for mosquito service.
If you’re not so excited about that statement, it’s probably because mosquitoes can make going outside border-line unbearable, and DIY mosquito control almost never works. Top that off with the fact that mosquitoes are one of the deadliest pests around the Atlanta area, and you may start wanting to look for a mosquito service from your local pest control company. But finding a good mosquito service in Atlanta can be difficult, not to mention expensive.
Many pest control companies charge $80 – $130 for a mosquito service that kinda works for 30 days. Mosquitoes will generally avoid landing on your property for a few weeks, and then you have to re-schedule (and re-pay for) a visit from the mosquito man. The usual method of treatment can have you calling back your local pest control company 2-3 times over the course of just one month. Then, you have to start all over the next month!
Urban Pest Control in Alpharetta has found a better way to deal with mosquito service in the Atlanta Area. With just one call, and you can be mosquito free all summer long.
In fact, Urban Pest Control’s mosquito service is so ground-breaking, one treatment has been proven to keep mosquitoes away for up to 3 months. But, just in case you do have a problem, UPC will come back out for FREE for 90 days!
UPC treats your property with the utmost attention to detail. They like to spend a little more time and do it right the first time so you don’t have to call, and they don’t have to come back. That’s how they’re able to offer the 3 months of coverage for just $150 (that’s about 40% off!)
You shouldn’t have to live with pests. Mosquitoes are transmitters and carriers of numerous vicious diseases, which are deadly to people and their pets. Call a mosquito service in your area today, or save time and money by calling Urban Pest Control at (770) 888-9558 or by visiting upcATL.com
In the meantime, here’s some brief educational info on mosquitoes and the Atlanta climate: