Chanhassen Insect Control and Mosquito Spraying Service

girl with mosquito bite, scratching hand has motion blurProtect your loved ones and/or make certain your event in Chanhassen is a success.

Nothing spoils an excellent celebration, backyard picnic, special event or simply a BBQ night with the fam like that familiar whine of a mosquito in your ear. Those of us who reside in Minnesota know that often it’s regarded as our second state bird. It’s not just about mosquitos however. A number of other outside pests jeopardize the enjoyment of our brief summer months as well as your family’s health.

Lyme Disease, which is carried by the Deer tick, continues to be on a constant rise in the seven county Twin Cities Metro area the past few years. Encephalomyelitis and West Nile Virus are carried by the mosquito. These as well as other insect transmitted diseases are issues for Minnesotans each and every summer season.

Our company’s proven and successful mosquito & insect control spraying program was created to provide protection for you and your loved ones from exposure to mosquitoes, ticks, deer ticks, Japanese beetles, box elder bugs, Asian beetles, moles, and the emerald ash borer and a variety of other specifically selected pests.

Applications are scheduled around 10 days apart. Depending on the weather conditions, applications are effective for about 8-12 days. As soon as the insect control spray is applied and is dry (which takes around twenty minutes), it is harmless for anyone, including children and pets, to go in the application area.

iStock_000004591761SmallMosquito migration takes place each evening at dusk. During migration female mosquitoes are feeding and can find you before they make contact with the sprayed surface area. You will note reduced protection for approximately 30 minutes.

Bee pollination is a very critical process in the insect world. We are quite aware of the significance of their task and don’t want to disrupt them in their essential function.

Our spraying season in Chanhassen Minnesota commences on May 1st and continues through September 30th.

Our company offers a number of options to protect your family and also your events.

Full season insect (Mosquito) Control Yard Spraying Service for Chanhassen MN

Special Event 1 time application perfect for

  • outdoor weddings and receptions
  • block parties
  • family reunions
  • birthday parties
  • neighborhood bbq
  • every other festivity that might simply be a feeding frenzy for mosquitoes.


Enjoy your summer and protect your family today. Contact us with any questions or get a free quote!



Chanhassen Minnesota

Chanhassen is a city located in Carver and Hennepin counties southwest of Minneapolis.  The population based on a census taken in 2010 was 22,952 people living in the city.  Chanhassen came from the Dakota word chanhasen which essentially means sugar maple leaf tree.  According to Money Magazine, Chanhassen is ranked the second best place to live in the United States and is ranked number four in Best Places to Live (small towns) in 2013.


There are many thriving businesses including commercial and industrial companies that have made Chanhassen their home. Downtown Chanhassen offers superior shopping amenities, dining and entertainment.  There are many office and warehouse facilities located in different industrial parks all throughout the city.  Interestingly, the city offers 4.2 million square feet of commercial and industrial space that includes an estimated 711 businesses that provide jobs to thirteen thousand people.


Chanhassen offers visitors and residents with an 885 acre park system that comprises five community parks, 28 neighborhood parks and 14 park reserves that are spread throughout the community.  You can enjoy 90 miles of trails and sidewalks for bikers, runners and walkers.  The trails all connect to downtown, parks and neighborhoods.

Special Events

The city through the support of local businesses host several community events each year namely: The February Festival, Easter egg and Candy Hunt, 4th of July Celebration, Arbor Day, Halloween Party, Fire Department Open House and Tree Lighting Ceremony.