Mosquito Squad Provides All-Natural Treatment




Mosquito Squad of Chicago is part of America’s most trusted mosquito and tick control service. This summer, they’re helping thousands of people in Chicago get outside without the nuisance and dangers of mosquitoes and ticks with a variety of mosquito, tick and outdoor pest-control treatments, including their all-natural treatment.

       Comprised of essential oils, their all-natural mosquito control is an ideal option that eliminates mosquitoes on contact and continues to repel them from the yard for up to 14 days. Their trained technicians will return every two weeks, targeting the areas where mosquitoes like to harbor and feed. Allow 20 to 30 minutes drying time after each treatment is completed before resuming  backyard fun with family, friends and pets. Mosquito Squad also gives helpful backyard tips to eliminate standing water areas where mosquitoes can breed.

 

For more information about how to fight the bite this summer, visit MosquitoSquadChicago.com.

 

 

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