Mosquito Control

Our mosquito control solutions get rid of disease-carrying mosquitoes once and for all.

Adult mosquitoes are slender, small, long-legged flies with narrow, hairy wings and extended mouthparts

The eggs, depending on species, are deposited on water or vegetation in the water, in tree holes, and at sites that hold a high potential for flooding.

We help you keep your home and yard free of all pests and eliminate mosquitoes once and for all.

Tulsa's most trusted Mosquito Company

As Tulsa’s leading mosquito control company, we treat your lawn to eliminate disease-carrying mosquitoes.

Enjoy watching the kids play in the yard or entertaining outside on your patio once again.

Mosquito Facts

The northern house mosquito deposits its eggs on end and side by side (called rafts) on the water surface.

Some mosquito species can complete their life cycles in as little as seven days, but the northern house mosquito requires a minimum of 10-14 days more often closer to a month.

The mosquito larvae are known as wrigglers because they wriggle around in the water as a method of locomotion.

When undisturbed, the wrigglers lie just below the water surface and breathe through a tube located on their abdominal end.

mosquito life cycle

Correct identification of your pest makes controlling it easier and often more effective.  A mistake in identification can lead to improper control tactics that cost time and money.

It may also lead to unnecessary risks to people or the environment.

Culex mosquitoes need standing water to breed. They typically feed at dusk and after dark.

Culex pipiens is the primary carrier of the West Nile Virus.

Anopheles mosquitoes look for clean standing water to breed. They feed at dusk and dawn and can transmit malaria.

Learn more facts about mosquitoes, or visit our mosquitoes FAQ page.


Aedes mosquitoes need containers holding water to breed, including things like tree holes, tires, clogged gutters, and flowerpots.

They feed day and night.

The Aedes albopictus transmits dengue fever and eastern equine encephalitis.

Aedes aegypti transmits dengue and yellow fever, Chikungunya, and the Zika virus.

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