Welcome. We’ll treat your home like our own. A custom mosquito misting system from TEXAS MOSQUITO CONTROL will improve your life by greatly reducing mosquitoes, fleas, ticks, flies, wasps and spiders from invading your yard…and your family.
Texas Mosquito Control is a cut above the competition. Only the best available technology are put into each of our custom systems. All of our service staff are employees, not sub-contractors, so we can assure your peace of mind when our team is on your property. From the day we give you an estimate to the day we perform your installation and final inspection, you can rest assured the Texas Mosquito Control team will be detailed and extremely service oriented.
At Texas Mosquito Control, we know it is our responsibility to the consumer and the environment to choose our products wisely. We use products that are botanically based and low in toxicity. We use pyrethrum which has been shown to have very little to no resistance issues with target insects and is derived from natural sources.
Texas Mosquito Control services mosquito misting systems manufactured by
Misatway, Automist, Bug Defense, Coastal Misting, Third Coast Mosquito
Control, PestOff, Mosquito Mistaway, S-Industries, Pyranha, X Mosquito,
Outdoor Solutions, Mosquito Pro, The Mosquito Company, BuzzOff, Bug Stomper,
FEMO and others. We also service mosquito misting systems from
MosquitoNix, Jacksons, Mosquito Busters, Dallas Mosquito Systems, Buzz Off,
Buzz Kill, BugFree Backyards, Mosquito Force, Mosquito Squad, Mosquito Joe,
Mosquito Mister Natural, Mosquito Steve, North Texas Mosquito Control, DFW
Pest, Home Team Pest, Mosquito Hawk, Mosquito Control Co, Mister Mosquito
In The News
Zika Virus danger growing
The Zika virus that shrinks babies brains is spreading across South America after Puerto Rico detects case, says scientists. After 2782 cases were registered in 2015, compared to just 147 in 2014, medical authorities were quick to link the deformation during pregnancy to mosquitoes carrying the zika virus, the New York Times reported. The virus that causes the condition is carried by the Aeded aegypti mosquito, which can also carry yellow fever, denge fever and chikungunya . Because of global travel, health experts warn the virus could appear anywhere in the world.
Dallas County Health and Human Services Information:
What is West Nile?
West Nile Virus is a disease that is spread by the bite of an infected mosquito. Mosquitoes become infected when they feed on the blood from infected birds. The infected mosquitoes can then transmit West Nile Virus to humans and animals. West Nile disease can vary in severity. People 50 years of age and older have the highest risk of severe disease. Severe West Nile infections can cause neurological complications such as encephalitis. Milder symptoms include fever, headache and muscle aches.
What you need to know about West Nile Virus
• Is it contagious?
No. West Nile is not spread through contact from person to person or from animal to person.
• How is it diagnosed?
Diagnosis of WNV requires a special blood test. Anyone who experiences symptoms of severe WNV illness should see a physician as soon as possible.
• What is the treatment?
There is no specific treatment for WNV infection. Patients receive supportive medical care and rehabilitation if needed.
• What if I’m not experiencing any symptoms?
Most infected people will show no symptoms. Symptoms typically develop between 3 to 14 days after a mosquito bite.
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What the City is doing?
• Around 800 trappings and collections of mosquitoes annually
• Tracking reports of equine (horses), other animals, and human cases as provided by Texas Department of State Health Services and Dallas County Health Department
• Monitoring known breeding sites and applying larvicide
Checking identified locations from citizen complaints; applying larvicide if needed
• Enforcing City codes standing water problems
• Stocking Gambusia (minnows that eat mosquito larva) in standing water that cannot be emptied
• Treating storm drains in areas identified by collections from surveillance
Call 3-1-1 to report:
• Standing water in ditches, vacant lots or on
• Dead blue jays, cardinals, doves, owls and hawks
Mosquito Control / West Nile updates
For the latest information about the City´s mosquito control efforts:
• Bookmark this Website and check the Updates page daily
• Call the Mosquito Control Hotline, 214-670-1733
• Read and/or watch your local newscasts
Mosquito Control and West Nile Virus video
• Available for checkout from all Dallas libraries
• Available for checkout from the City’s Environmental and Health Services Department for groups only.
Call 3-1-1 or input your request on the City’s homepage at dallascityhall.com at 311/Request a City Service.
For a mosquito activity forecast click here: Accuweather Mosquito Forecast
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