Mosquito treatment is usually an integrated effort involving source reduction plus the use of chemical control products when needed. Since mosquitoes develop in water, source reduction targets and eliminates water sources favorable for mosquito breeding. While source reduction is the more effective long-term approach to mosquito treatment, the mosquito treatment plan may require using chemical products to supplement source reduction.


Mosquitoes can live in almost any environment, with the exception of extreme cold weather. They favour forests, marshes, tall grasses and weeds, and ground that is wet at least part of the year. … Floodwater mosquitoes lay their eggs in moist soil.

Female mosquitoes bite because they need protein found in blood to develop their eggs. They choose their targets through a combination of smell, heat and visual cues, and continue seeking bloodmeals until their abdomens are full. The females can live up to about a month and feed every two or three nights during that time.

The most common mosquito species feed at dawn and dusk, and for a few hours into dark. However, there are some species that are particularly aggressive and will feed both day and night.

It is very important to identify the places where the flies have been depositing their eggs. The breeding site must be cleaned up or removed. If the breeding site is not removed, the flies will continue to be a problem. The next step is to eliminate the adult flies. Depending on the situation, it may be necessary to use fly bait, traps or an insecticide application. We have all of these tools available.


House flies have a fairly short lifespan…typically ranging about 30 days. Female flies will lay about 30,000 eggs in their short life. Eggs will hatch in 10-14 days. House flies feed off of food, rotting animal carcasses, or even feces!

We all know how important bees are to our ecosystem and that is why If possible we can arrange for the hive to be removed from your property. But unfortunately this is not always possible. If bees have set up home at your house or place of business then it may be the case they need to be dusted as the situation can be un-livable or workable. In this process safety is our main concern. A thorough inspection is carried out, vents and access points to internal areas may need to be sealed, and treatment may need to be performed out of hours for occupants safety.


Bee hive treatment becomes a necessity during spring. At this time, bees commonly “swarm”. Swarming is the process where a queen will leave the nest with worker bees and find a new location for their hive.

Not only does the process of swarming produce a dangerous area around where the bees are swarming, but the new nest may be in the vicinity of your house or commercial property, or even in the cavity of your walls.

If you have a wasp nest on your property it’s imperative that you call a licensed pest controller. The only way to destroy a wasp nest and it’s occupants is to use an approved pesticide. Insecticidal dust is the best product as it can penetrate areas that are not easily accessible. Liquid sprays may also be effective if the nest is easily accessible. Wasps are very aggressive when threatened so a protective suit must be worn. Once the nest is destroyed it can easily be removed. The nest will look like paper material and they often resemble the shape of a soccer ball.


The European wasp, also known as the German or yellow jacket wasp, is native to Europe but has become well established in Australia. They are especially successful and destructive invaders when introduced to new territories. They compete aggressively with indigenous wildlife for habitat and food supplies. They are a social insect and nest in colonies. The majority of nests are found in soil beneath the ground although they can also be found inside tree hollows and inside structures, including the roof voids and wall cavities of our homes and offices.


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