Backyard Bug Patrol Is Offering 100% Organic Pest Control Services In Great Falls, Virginia

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Backyard Bug Patrol is inviting customers to find out more about the top-notch pest control services it is offering homeowners and commercial property owners in Great Falls, Virginia.

Established in 2010, the company has over a decade-long history of delivering outstanding pest control services to local customers in Northern Virginia and Suburban Maryland. The company specializes in ticks and mosquitoes but also offers a range of services for controlling other pests such as termites, ants, rodents, snakes, and stink bugs. It also offers a green 100% organic preventative pest control program that prevents the most common pests from invading homes using green and natural pest control.

Backyard Bug Patrol has been profusely praised by its customers for offering services that always live up to their promises. The company boasts a near-perfect overall rating of 4.9 out of 5.0 on its Google Business Profile from over 120 reviews with customers noting the speedy and responsive communication from its staff members, the methodical and thorough work processes, and the effectiveness of its bug control services.

A recent review of its organic mosquito control services at says, “The simply organic mosquito program made a dramatic difference in the number of mosquitoes we were seeing. We highly recommend them.”

The company’s green pest control program includes a preventative inspection of the interior of a home once a year during the first quarterly appointment. If pests are found, the company’s techs use a green, non-toxic pest control that’s 100% organic to treat areas where pests are active. All the spots that are most likely to harbor pests are checked including cabinets, food storage spaces, and bathrooms, along with a walkthrough of the interior and exterior of the home.

The company will use organic products almost all the time but in certain instances may use something a bit stronger. If the home has problems with pests between appointments, they will come out free of charge and take care of the problem. Finally, for the next three quarterly appointments, the company’s techs with inspect and preventatively treat the property as needed.

The company’s organic products are non-toxic to mammals and plants. The first spray treatment is 80 to 90% effective in eradicating ticks and mosquitoes. So, for example, if the company’s techs start out targeting 1000 mosquitoes, there might still be 100 or so buzzing around after the first spray treatment. The treatments are cumulative as the yard becomes more pest-free with each one.

Another customer review at says, “Would recommend Backyard Bug Patrol to anyone in the area they provide service. They are prompt to respond, very good at communicating, and their products are effective. We use organic spray in our yard. Will use them every year we live here.”

The company’s barrier spray programs include the Flower Power Program Packages, Simply Organic Program Package, Stink Bug Barrier Program Package, Tick Tunnels, and the Ant Barrier Program Package. The programs not only knock pests dead on contact but also get deep into the foliage in the yard and coat leaves and bushes to leave a protective barrier that repels the pests. Homeowners don’t have to be home for the company’s techs to treat their yards. They email the clients to let them know when they are coming and leave a card with the date and time of the treatment on the door.

The company’s spokesperson summarizes the benefits of working with it by saying, “With Backyard Bug Patrol, our high-quality pest control services are backed up by outstanding customer service that is unmatched in the industry. All our techs undergo a training period and take a state certification test to get licensed in every state we operate. They are professional, meticulous, and always willing to hear your concerns. You can trust that every member of the crew is focused on delivering services that are painstakingly crafted to rid your property of all unwanted pests.”

The company is winding up its Tick and Mosquito services for this season. The next season's tick and mosquito treatments will begin in early spring of 2024, in order to eradicate the adult ticks that will have become active and to get ahead of the mosquito breeding season. As such, they will be offering early sign-up discounts in January and February, with seasonal contract specials.

Readers in Great Falls are urged to find out more about Backyard Bug Patrol by visiting or contacting the company’s representatives at 855-NO-TICKS.

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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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