Professional Mosquito Control in Nashville, TN | Waynes

How Can Waynes Solve Your Mosquito Control Problem in Nashville, TN?

What gets rid of mosquitoes, and when is the best time to spray for mosquitoes in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee? These are questions Waynes is frequently asked. Our team offers fast-acting, long-term coverage to protect you, your family, and your home from mosquitoes with multiple treatments per season.

Utilizing knowledge from Waynes University, our pest control professionals are well-versed in handling bugs and insects – including mosquitoes. Waynes’ services are part of our World Class Solutions Guarantee, and our certified technicians use safe, EPA-certified products to rid your yard and garden of mosquitoes.

Waynes mosquito control is all you need to enjoy warm summer nights in peace. With Waynes’ mosquito treatment, we’ll ensure that your yard is free from these pesky biting pests whether you want to enjoy the Southern sun or relax in the moonlight. Whether you’re concerned about bites, the spread of diseases, or merely consider mosquitoes a trivial nuisance, Waynes is here to help.

Risks Associated with Mosquitoes in Nashville

Mosquitoes can carry all sorts of diseases, even in Nashville, TN. Horrible ailments such as the West Nile virus, dengue fever, yellow fever and the Zika virus are associated with mosquitoes. These nasty bloodsuckers can also cause encephalitis and malaria, while dogs, cats and horses in Tennessee are susceptible to heartworm. Without mosquito eradication, you’re taking an unnecessary risk.

You’ll understand mosquitoes can be harmless (save for nasty itching bites) and can also spread disease. Unfortunately, you’re never going to know what your Nashville-based mosquitoes are carrying. Therefore, spraying for mosquitoes is essential.

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How Can I Actively Prevent Mosquito Activity in Nashville, TN?

There is only one foolproof method of outdoor mosquito control – calling Waynes. Removing stagnant water and other sources of standing water, such as trash can lids, AC drip pans, birdbaths, foundations and filling in potholes will help remove the desirability of your home. Trimming back foliage and places where mosquitoes can hide during the day will help, too. However, you’ll need Waynes’ assistance to ensure that they don’t swarm and come back. While this is handy outdoors – it doesn't solve issues indoors.

In the past, residents of Nashville, TN, have covered themselves in mosquito repellant, such as DEET and hoped for the best. This form of mosquito prevention, alongside residential mosquito control such as mesh mosquito nets on doors and windows, will cut down the number of bites you’ll receive.

Mosquitoes Explained: Regular Visitors to Nashville, TN

There are 3,000+ mosquito species found across the world, 200 of which live right here in the USA. While it is possible for any of these species to show up in the South, we usually have our own regular visitors in Nashville, TN. We’re not talking about long mosquitoes, such as Daddy Long Longs, Crane Flies, and other essentially harmless pests. We’re talking about biting mosquitoes – the kind our mosquito pest control services are on hand to deal with.

Our mosquito control technicians regularly get called out to deal with two types of mosquitoes more than others. These include:

  • Asian Tiger Mosquito: Our most common disease spreading mosquito. It gets its name from its black and white bands.
  • Common Mosquito: Don’t often carry diseases but are found throughout the USA and will still bite.

Tennessee may also be home to the following more exotic mosquitoes:

  • Japanese Encephalitis Mosquito: Not as common, but this disease spreading pest also has a black and white body with a yellowish-white stripe down the middle.
  • Yellow-Fever Mosquito: This is notable for its dark and light stripes but not overly common. It can spread disease, as its name suggests.
  • Eastern Treehole Mosquito: Dark colored with silvery-white streaks down its site. Relatively harmless.