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Introducing our Bite Back Program- take control of your yard & bite back against the pesky insects that prevent people from enjoying their yards & decks.

Our Bite Back Program is intended to help reduce the breeding and resting sites of mosquitoes around the exterior of your property, which can reduce, but not completely eliminate, the risk of getting bit by mosquitoes. In addition, the Bite Back Program also reduces the overall presence of ticks and fleas around your property.

EUI fights the biting insects once per month, April – September. Our professional treatment helps protect your family from the nuisance and danger of these pests.

The treatment will kill mosquitoes, ticks and fleas on contact. Then as incoming pests attempt to feed and rest on your greenery, the product keeps on working to take care of the new ones too.

Enjoy attentive professional service:

Service is automatic with a uniformed professional treating your property from a backpack-mounted system every month. Family and pets can safely return to the yard in 45 minutes, depending on the humidity.

You needn't be home for the treatment:

We'll leave a courtesy card notifying you that your treatment was completed successfully.

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Bite back with mosquito precautions of your own:

Here are some things you can do to help minimize biting insects on your property-

  • Throw out any containers that hold water
  • Clean debris from rain gutters
  • Fill in or drain any low places on your property
  • Keep drains, ditches and culverts clean of weeds and trash
  • Cover trash containers to keep out rainwater
  • Inspect outdoor faucets and air conditioner units for leaks or puddles
  • Empty plastic wading pools at least once a week, store indoors when not using
  • Make sure your backyard pool is cared for while you're away from home
  • Tree holes and hollow stumps that hold water should be filled
  • Change the water in birdbaths, plant pots or drip trays at least once a week
  • Keep grass cut short and shrubbery well-trimmed around your house
  • Irrigate lawns and gardens carefully to prevent standing water
  • Eliminate seepage from cisterns, cesspools, and septic tanks
  • Check windows and door screens on your home
  • Wear light colored clothing and long sleeve shirts and pants for protection
  • Use repellents on skin and clothing
  • Stay indoors during dawn, dusk and early evening when mosquitoes are most active
  • Use yellow "Bug Light" bulbs in all exterior fixtures
  • Where possible, close drapes or blinds so insects are not drawn towards the house
  • Consult your Veterinarian for tick and flea management for your pets

 

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