Mosquito Treatments Fairfax Service Gets Glowing Testimonial

November 13, 2018
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Backyard Bug Patrol, a pest control service based in Great Falls, VA, has announced with pride that they have received another glowing testimonial and they have featured this in a showcase video. In the five star review, the homeowner in Fairfax, VA, expressed that they were very happy with the backyard pest control service provide for them and wanted to share their experience. The video can be viewed at

In the review, Joe G. says, "I'm so impressed with this business. I met the owner when they were first getting started and personally heard the story of how his family contracted Lyme Disease and how that inspired him to find a way to protect other people."

Backyard Bug Patrol points out that the said review is just one of the many glowing testimonials they have been receiving during their years of operation. In fact, they have been the recipient of the 2017 Angie's List Super Service Award.

Meanwhile, Fairfax is just one of the places serviced by Backyard Bug Patrol. In the state of Virginia, they are capable of servicing Albemarle County, the City of Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax County, Harissonburg, Loudoun County, Prince William County, and Stafford County. For the state of Maryland, they can offer their services in Calvert County, Montgomery County, Howard County, Anne Arundel County, and Prince Georges County.

One common service provided by Backyard Bug Patrol is mosquito control and eradication, which they provide throughout Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC. Meanwhile, they have dedicated a page,, for those who need pest control services in Fairfax.

With the mosquito control service, families are able to take back their yard as they no longer have to endure mosquitos buzzing and biting. Also, there would be no need to use Deet laced mosquito repellants. Most of all, families are able to avoid diseases carried by mosquitos, such as the Eastern Equine Encephalitis, West Nile Virus, or heartworm in pets.

Backyard Bug Patrol states that what they provide is the most effective and safest way to get rid of mosquitos. It should be noted that only female mosquitos bite but they don't actually eat the blood but instead use it for developing their eggs. It is the glucose in plants that they eat, which is why they are often found under leaves and other foliage. This is where Backyard Bug Patrol gets rid of them. They use backpack sprayers to treat the yards. This spray can kill the mosquitos on contact and an invisible barrier is provided for the leaves and foliage that will last for as long as three weeks.

Another common service provided by Backyard Bug Patrol is tick control. The company owner explains that the main reason they established the service was that the whole family was diagnosed with Lyme disease, which is a disease spread by deer ticks. With this service, licensed applicators from Backyard Bug Patrol barrier spray the yard.

Tick Tunnels are offered by Backyard Bug Patrol as a comprehensive tick control plan. The barrier sprays they provide kill the ticks on contact and then provide an invisible barrier that will remain effective up to three weeks. The sprays are then supplemented by the Tick Tunnels, which are biodegradable and recycled tubes filled with cotton balls that have been immersed in the company's tick killing solution. These tubes are then strategically located in those places where mice other rodents often go to. When the mice and other rodents get inside the tube, they bring back the cotton balls to their den, which then kill the deer ticks in the den while not harming the mice or other rodents.

Backyard Bug Patrol also provides a totally organic stink bug control program. With this, they make use of their Stink Bug Barrier Program, spraying the house with their organic solution. They also spray the outside of the whole house to kill and repel the stink bugs. Because these bugs are relatively large, it usually takes a longer time for them to die, taking them as long as 24 hours before they finally expire. They want to point out, however, that it is not possible to totally eradicate stink bugs but the control program will slow them down.

Backyard Bug Patrol also offers a preventative treatment program for pests that are usually found in and around the house. These include ants, spiders, crickets, silverfish, fleas, and roaches. Once a year, a Backyard Bug Patrol technician will conduct an inspection of the home and then use a completely organic solution to preventatively treat refrigerators and dishwashers.

Those who need more information about the pest control services provided by Backyard Bug Patrol can visit their website or their Facebook page at

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About Backyard Bug Patrol:

Ensuring that children don't get Lyme Disease in their own backyard. We provide outdoor pest control services in northern Virginia to prevent mosquitoes, ticks, stink bugs, and ants.

Contact Backyard Bug Patrol:

John Mitchell
Backyard Bug Patrol
Great Falls, VA 22066
(703) 621-7116

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