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“SafeHaven Pest Control incorporated In2Care Traps into our 2018 mosquito program as a stand-alone service as well as in our bundled pest and mosquito services plans. In2Care traps became a big motivator for our clients to upgrade to larger SafeHaven bundled service plans. As a result our clients reported fewer mosquitos, and our callbacks reduced, increasing our profit margins.
Our technicians found the In2Care traps easy to set up and maintain. We will continue to offer In2Care as an integral part of our mosquito control program next year.”
SafeHaven Pest Control
“I have no doubt this revolutionary product will assist other resorts experiencing similar mosquito challenges, as well as local communities including remote locations where some of the diseases do exist. I highly recommend In2care Mosquito Traps to anyone wanting an alternative control measure to overcome an influx of Mosquito activity.”
Tropica Island Resort, Fiji Islands
We customize each yard to successfully treat your mosquito problem. The price is based on the size of your property, nothing else.
All products are EPA regulated and approved for use in residential applications. Mr. Mister goes above and beyond what is required. We currently treat schools, playgrounds and dog parks.
We can be at your home for a treatment the day after you sign up. We also work 7 days a week, so weekends aren't a problem.
Stations are serviced every 30 day.
The In2Care® Mosquito Trap is made of durable plastic and uses water with an odor lure to attract egg-laying Aedes mosquitoes. Once inside, mosquitoes contact the specially treated gauze near the water surface and get contaminated with a larvicide and a fungus. We exploit the fact that Aedes like to divide their eggs over multiple sites; by letting them fly out of the Trap whilst carrying larvicide on their legs. They transport the larvicide and contaminate several breeding sites around the Trap. In this way, we can kill larvae in small and hard to find breeding sources. The mosquito also gets infected with an insect-specific fungus that kills her before she can spread disease.