Our mosquito proprietary blend is specially formulated to:
The success behind our tick control is driven by:
We’re the only company in the industry that reacts to mosquito behavior. Without a set schedule, we can adapt to your yard's needs and the mosquitoes around it.
On average, we visit every 10-17 days to ensure a mosquito-free lifestyle.
Our special blend began 20 years ago and we continually evolve it to maximize effectiveness.
Science created our formula, and science continues to adapt it so it remains the most effective spray in the game.
All of our technicians are trained in environmentally smart practices. They target active mosquito areas and are taught the signs to recognize them.
This means less overall spraying, more dead mosquitoes, and a healthy ecosystem in your backyard.
If you’re not happy with our services, let us know. We’ll work hard to make it right, including offering a service call spray if needed.
If you’re unhappy with the results after your first visit, simply notify us within 7 days and we will issue you a full refund.
Mosquito Shield has serviced hundreds of customers with effective mosquito control services in the Northern Virginia region and maintains an impeccable reputation for excellence in customer service while also guaranteeing results.
Mosquito Shield’s proprietary products and flexible mosquito and tick control service in Northern, VA means you can sit outside – day and night- and not have to worry about mosquitoes and ticks. Contact Mosquito Shield of Northern Virginia today for the best mosquito control services in the area.
We use an insecticide so other insects present when and where we spray may be impacted.
However, our formula was specifically engineered for mosquitoes so it won’t repel any other insects as it does mosquitoes.
Every yard is different but you should notice a dramatic reduction within 24-48 hours of the initial spray.
With each subsequent treatment, the results continue to improve, allowing you to enjoy time outside without being chased in by swarms of mosquitoes.