Occasionally, believe it or not, more is really less. Mosquito repellent spraying is a prime example.
As predictable as daffodil blooms, solicitations to spray your Saukville yard for mosquitoes also appear in spring.
Here’s where it gets tricky. The number of treatments involved regularly varies. One mosquito spraying service near Saukville offers up to seven. You might think you’re getting more … but it’s just the opposite.
Consider fertilizing your Saukville lawn. Do you really need six or seven mosquito control applications? Of course not. Starter fertilizer in the spring, weed and feed in summer, and winterizer in the fall. Any more, and you risk doing more harm than good.
Ditto for mosquito spraying services. Seven treatments? That’s a lot of chemicals amassing in your Saukville yard. At that rate, you’re not just killing mosquitoes – you’re killing honeybees and other beneficial insects. It’s literally “overkill.” And, do you feel relaxed with your kids playing in a pesticide-saturated environment?
Here’s the crux of the “more is less” reality: Permethrin, the primary ingredient in this mosquito control company’s repellent spray, is little different than a product you can buy at the store in Saukville. It’s less effective … which is why so many applications are involved.
In just two treatments, The Mosquito Guy will defend your Saukville yard from mosquitoes (and 40 other insects) all summer. Our product kills 95 percent of mosquitoes – more than our competitor, because it’s more effective.
Two treatments are all that’s needed. The Mosquito Guy delivers them. Call 262-521-1258, or e-mail email@example.com, for a free quote. Why spend money unnecessarily?
On its face, the notion of “more is less” doesn’t add up. Your charges– and the chemicals – will add up, though, if you’re taken in by a low-price mosquito yard spray offer that quickly mushrooms. Before you know it, you’ll be paying much more … and your bank account will have much less.
Contact us today for free quote – don’t let the mosquitos take over your Saukville yard.