Mosquito Control, Winston-Salem, NC

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Avoid hours of scratching and the potential of a serious illness with our mosquito control services.

Mosquitos can be the bringer of instant discomfort, several hours of itching and scratching, and potentially serious illness. All three of these are valid reasons to investigate mosquito control for your home or business. Whether you are tired of constantly applying fresh layers of bug spray or you want a more effective way of avoiding the potential for a fatal disease, call on us at The Dead Pest Society to discuss our mosquito control techniques and products.

Mosquito Control in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

We understand not wanting to spend hours scratching after a mosquito bite, much less running the risk of contracting West Nile Virus or malaria. Malaria is rare in this country, with only 1,500 to 2,000 cases each year, mostly by people who have traveled outside the country. West Nile Virus, on the other hand, strikes many people every year. For example, in 2018, there were 2,647 cases and 167 deaths, of which 10 cases and 2 deaths were in North Carolina. Our effective mosquito control with give you peace of mind that you will be far more unlikely to experience mosquito bites and discomfort or a more serious situation.

One of our certified pest control representatives would be happy to discuss our mosquito control services for your home or business property in the Winston-Salem, North Carolina area. We provide innovative service options at highly competitive rates. Best of all, we offer free estimates, so you will feel confident when our team arrives to complete your mosquito control services. Call today to schedule an appointment to learn more and get answers to any questions you might have about our pest control and wildlife management services.

At The Dead Pest Society, we offer mosquito control services in Winston-Salem, Asheboro, Kernersville, Lexington, ColfaxBelews Creek, and Thomasville, North Carolina.