Thank you for signing up for Mosquito and/or Tick Shield services! We’d like to share a few essential pieces of information regarding these services:
Scheduling: Mosquito service starts when mosquito populations become active in your area and then continues every 10-17 days, until the mosquito populations decline due to your area’s weather patterns. For customers with a Tick Shield program, tick service will start when the tick population in your area becomes active and treatments then continue every 45 to 60 days throughout the treatment schedule.
Communications: For each visit, you will receive a notification the day before we’re planning to treat and another email as soon as the technician finishes on your property. Periodically, emails and/or printed material will be used to educate, inform, and provide special offers throughout the season. Once during the season, a survey will be sent as well asking for your feedback. Customer satisfaction is a top priority to us!
Results: Results are what we are looking to deliver for you and your family! Significantly reducing the existing mosquito population so you can enjoy your yard is our main goal and the reason for our frequent visits. Once you’re a few applications into the season, should you experience ‘break through’ between visits, let us know! There are several adjustments that can be made by our technicians to get your property under control.
Savings: For your convenience and to help keep our costs and your prices down, all seasonal service plans renew annually. At the end of this season, you will start to receive our early-bird discount offers. If you don’t take advantage of any, you will be automatically renewed by early Spring at a special returning customer rate and our EZ3 payment plan. You’ll always have the ability to opt-out, but we’ll keep your service coming until you tell us otherwise!
Compliance: The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Pesticide Control Program, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, and New York State require us to provide customers with information about the materials that we will be using as part of the pest control program for your property. The below Consumer Information Notice provides you with this information.
Consumer Information Notice
Applicator or Applicator Business:
Mosquito Shield of East Central NJ
Mosquito Shield of Mid-Central NJ
Mosquito Shield of North Central NJ
Mosquito Shield of North East NJ
Mosquito Shield of Southern NJ
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Pesticide Control Program, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, and New York State require us to provide customers with information about the materials that we will be using as part of the pest control program for your property. We are using this Consumer Information Notice to provide you with this information.
Sanitation, as well as physical and biological control measures, should be considered as part of a good pest control program.
Pesticides may be used as another part of a good pest control program. Pesticides are substances used to control living organisms
and vary in degree of toxicity.
We may apply the pesticides listed below to your property as part of your pest management program. This provides you advance
notice of possible pesticides to be used, and we will subsequently email you written notice of the specific pesticide used on each
application date. The exact dates of application shall be made available to you if you request it. Additionally, you may request a copy
of the label for each pesticide that we will use.
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You will also notice that, following each application, at least one sign will be placed on your property. Although humans and pets can
re-enter the treated site as soon as our technician leaves and the spray dries, New Jersey requires that the sign(s) must remain in
place for at least 72 hours following the application.
We are also required to provide the following phone numbers for your use in the event you have questions concerning the materials
that we will be using:
• NATIONAL PESTICIDE INFORMATION CENTER: (800) 858-7378. For general health and pesticide toxicology information.
• NEW JERSEY POISON INFORMATION & EDUCATION SYSTEM: (800) 222-1222. For emergency situations.
• NEW JERSEY PESTICIDE CONTROL PROGRAM (609) 984-6507. This number is for pesticide regulatory information and