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Mosquito Control Kiawah and Seabrook Island

It’s all about the little things…

Kiawah and Seabrook Island mosquito control gives you freedom to enjoy your property again without constantly battling pesky mosquitoes and their itchy, painful and dangerous bites.

Coastal outdoor living activities often include outdoor events, such as barbecues, gardening pursuits, pool parties, baseball games, and other outdoor recreational endeavors. One thing that can quickly destroy your backyard entertainment are pesky and potentially dangerous mosquitoes. Mosquito Squad of Greater Charleston can help make days and evenings outdoors more enjoyable by creating a less appealing area for annoying invaders. Don’t just swat them away, protect your family with our trusted prevention techniques.

Mosquito Squad of Greater Charleston is here to help you eliminate the mosquitoes from your Kiawah or Seabrook Island property. Here in South Carolina, there are 61 different species of mosquitoes. Mosquitoes are not only a nuisance, they can also transmit a host of mosquito-borne illness to humans and pets. Among these are West Nile, Eastern Equine Encephalitis, Lacrosse Encephalitis and dog/cat heartworm. Our professional technicians use an intensive mosquito control treatment to prevent and control the mosquitoes around your property all season long!

You may assume that mosquito-borne illnesses do not occur here in the beautiful, coastal communities of Kiawah Island and Seabrook Island, when in fact nothing could be farther from the truth.

  • Six confirmed cases of West Nile Virus in South Carolina have been reported thus far in 2017, two of which came from Charleston County’s neighboring county of Beaufort.
  • In 2016, there were eight confirmed human cases of West Nile Virus in South Carolina. Four of which were confirmed in neighboring Dorchester and Beaufort Counties.
  • As of 9/29/2017 mosquitoes and birds have tested positive for West Nile right here in Charleston County. (Based on data from USGS Disease Maps)

Staying Protected at your Kiawah and Seabook Island home

Though each species of mosquito may prefer a slightly different habitat, almost all kinds of still or slow-moving water will be attractive to at least some kind of mosquito, unless we take action to discourage them. Just as we pointed out in our recent blog The Secret to Keeping Your Island Home Mosquito Free is Mosquito Squad, Living in such close proximity to marshlands and inland lagoons, residents in these island areas need to remain vigilant about mosquito control in order to stay protected.

Our most popular treatment is our barrier protection treatment that effectively eliminates 85% – 90% of mosquitoes. It eliminates adult mosquitoes on contact and creates a barrier to reduce mosquito populations; this treatment also works on ticks. Our professional technicians strategically distribute our EPA-registered treatment throughout your backyard, which creates an odorless barrier that continues working for up to 21 days. This provides you and your family with a mosquito-free environment, so you can enjoy all your favorite outdoor activities.

Added protection for your furry friends!

Pet owners will enjoy the peace of mind our
Kiawah and Seabrook Island mosquito control services provide as well. Dogs, cats and even horses are susceptible to mosquito-borne diseases. In addition to your veterinarian recommendations, our traditional barrier spray is a great way to increase the protection you provide to your furry friends.

Contact us to learn more about keeping your Charleston County home and yard mosquito-free all season long! We offer the perfect solution for mosquito control in Kiawah and Seabrook Island. Along with our traditional barrier treatment, we also offer essential oil-based mosquito control, mosquito control for special events and convenient mosquito misting systems. Call us today at (843) 574-8919 today or email us

Owner Brent Tatum and family

Kiawah and Seabrook Island mosquito control best practices

Mosquito control is a group effort. By ensuring your yard is not a breeding ground for mosquitoes, you can help reduce the mosquito population within your yard, and influence the neighbors around you. In addition to having your property professionally treated, successful mosquito control also relies on common sense practices on the part of the homeowner. This means gaining a clear understanding of identifying and reducing potential mosquito breeding sites in and around your property.

Mosquito Squad of Greater Charleston has put together a list helpful hints to help you inspect and eradicate potential mosquito breeding sites at your Kiawah Island or Seabrook Island home:

  • Tip — Tip over items in your yard to reduce standing water and help eliminate mosquito breeding areas.
  • Toss — Remove and discard excess grass, leaves, firewood and clippings from yard as these areas stay moist and are ripe for mosquito breeding.
  • Turn — Turn over large yard items that could hold water.
  • Tarps — Remove tarps or keep them pulled tight when in use.
  • Take Care — Take care of home and lawn maintenance needs that can contribute to standing water.
  • Team Up — Talking with your Kiawah and Seabrook Island neighbors, communication is a key component to the success of your mosquito control efforts.
  • Treat — Utilize our effective Kiawah and Seabrook Island mosquito control and protection program.

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