You don’t move to Florida to spend all of your time cooped up in your home, struggling to stay warm and de-icing your car to get to work every day. There’s a reason people move to Florida in hoards when they retire, and there’s a reason we love to live here. This is the state that was tailor-made for barbecues in the backyard with your family and friends, swimming with your kids in the pool, and enjoying lazy brunches on the deck late on a Sunday morning.
That’s where Mosquito Mist steps in. We want you to be able to enjoy the full picture of what Florida’s outdoor-loving lifestyle has to offer you and your family. We want your kids to grow up with awesome memories of climbing trees in the yard and munching hot dogs fresh off the BBQ, not of lying in bed all night struggling to sleep because they’re itchy everywhere.
Our residential misting service makes sure that your home’s outdoor area is absolutely free from irritating mosquitoes so you can enjoy your home at its best. We essentially set up a barrier that mosquitoes can’t cross; whether that’s around your pool area, your deck or porch, your boat dock, or your yard as a whole.
Mosquito Mist is an ideal mosquito control solution for businesses with an eco-friendly ethos, or for anyone with concerns about the health and safety of their staff and clients. Depending on your specific needs and the design that will work best for your event or business, our systems use a misting insecticide that is 100% safe. Our safety levels don’t merely cover the protection of your lungs and well-being, but also the well-being of the ecosystem of the region and the environment around your business. The botanical insecticide is either one made from our own environmentally-friendly green product that’s primary ingredients are peppermint oil and rosemary, or a mist designed using the chrysanthemum flower. Whichever you choose, you’ll know for sure that your guests or customers and your staff will be breathing healthy, clean air, and will return home free from any itchy, uncomfortable mosquito bites.