Are mosquitoes preventing you from enjoying your yard and the surrounding outdoor living space around your home?  If so, let us help.



1) Inspection

Our treatment program begins with a thorough inspection inside and outside of your home to carefully check the crevices and crawl spaces where intruders may live.

After a thorough inspection, your Redd Man will provide you a pest analysis and service estimate for your home.  We will prescribe a strategy to address the current problems and communicate recommendations.

3) Treatment

We begin the initial intensive treatment inside and outside of your home. When the current pest problem is taken care of, we shift our emphasis to the exterior of your home to prevent future pest problems.

2) Analysis & Estimate

"Redd is both more affordable and more effective at repelling mosquitoes than other services we’ve used. The staff is professional, friendly, and knowledgeable. I feel valued and taken care of as a customer and would recommend them!"

Melia D. - 2019 Google Review






In addition to carrying diseases such as West Nile Virus, Zika Virus, and Dengue, mosquitoes can be an annoyance by biting and irritating you around your home.  For protection, trust your Redd Man to help reduce the mosquito population around your home.


Our technicians are trained to provide superior service that results in a significant decline in mosquito populations. We use proven products to provide long-lasting mosquito control, which means we can make fewer visits to your home. With our service, your family can spend more time enjoying the outdoors and less time worrying about the nuisance of mosquitoes.

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To help reduce the potential of mosquitoes in and around your property, follow these helpful tips and guidelines:

  • Clean your swimming pool regularly and keep it chlorinated.  Pool covers, which can also collect water and debris, should be cleaned as well.

  • Throw away or store any items that can accumulate water. If these items are used frequently, they should be stored upside-down.

  • Adjust sprinklers to prevent over-watering, which can create ideal conditions for mosquito breeding.

  • Treat standing water with a product to control mosquito larvae.  Stock ornamental ponds with mosquito-eating fish such as western mosquito-fish, goldfish and guppies.

  • Clean your swimming pool regularly and keep it chlorinated.  Pool covers, which can also collect water and debris, should be cleaned as well.

  • Inspect your roof for leaks, and keep an eye out for leaking outdoor faucets and air conditioning units. Repair any leaks to eliminate the possibility of standing water.

  • Fill any tree holes or tree stumps with a sealant or mortar to prevent water accumulations.


Reduce the chances of being bitten

Be aware of the peak hours for mosquito activity (at dawn and dusk) and educate your family on using extra protection during those hours.  

Wear clothing that covers your body, including long-sleeved shirts, long pants and socks.

Apply a repellent that contains an EPA-registered active ingredient like DEET or picaridin; be sure to follow all label directions.  For children, use repellents that no more than 10% DEET.

Close windows, doors and screens to prevent mosquitoes from entering your home.

Keep your lawn and property maintained.  Mosquitoes like to rest in weeds, brush and other overgrown areas that collect water.