Q: What’s not included in Mosquito Fogging?
A: Mosquito Fogging proves to be really effective against mosquito control. Fogging, however, does not include services like household pest control such as cockroaches, lizards, rats etc.
Q: How many Pros are required for the job?
A: One person can do a good enough job. In case a larger area needs to be covered, two people at most may be required. For commercial services whereby a residential area or housing society needs to be fumigated, the number of Pros required will be determined by the area that needs to be covered.
Q: How long does Mosquito Fogging treatment last / How often is Mosquito Fogging service required?
A: The effectiveness of Mosquito Fogging widely depends upon the external environment of the house. Fogging eliminates most of the mosquitoes in the applied area but its effectiveness majorly depends upon the rate at which nearby mosquitoes reproduce and travel to their surrounding area making it trickier to eliminate to eliminate them. If the house is located near a park or a garbage dump, chances of mosquitoes and pests infesting your house again become higher. In such cases, it is recommended that control treatments be carried out regularly to keep mosquitoes away.
Q: What precautionary measures should customers take before and after availing Mosquito Fogging service?
A: BEFORE: Notify members of your family, neighbours, and anyone else that may come in contact with the fumigated areas. Keep clear of the area to allow the effect/ smell to wear off. AFTER: Stay out of the affected areas for at least two to four hours. It is advised that customers properly ventilate the indoors after returning to the treated area.
Q: Why take Mosquito Fogging service?
A: Mosquito Fogging works effectively when you need to quickly get rid of mosquitoes over a large and open area for a brief amount of time. The fumes that come out of the fumigation device either kill or remove every mosquito it comes in contact with. To get longer relief from mosquitoes, a combination of fumigation and pesticide spray is recommended. Fumigation only gets rid of adult mosquitoes in the open air while pesticide spray kills and inhibits the growth of larvae in nearby areas. Mosquitos are most active during early mornings and late afternoon which is why it’s most effective to perform fogging at these times. Mosquitoes usually do not travel beyond 1-2 kms of their reproduction site. For this reason, fogging is a good way to get rid of mosquitoes around your house or property. Fumigation, however, is not always the most suitable type of pest control method. You should consult with your pest control professional and determine the best, least invasive method of getting rid of the pest.