Long Lake Insect Control and Mosquito Spraying Service

girl with mosquito bite, scratching hand has motion blurProtect your Family and/or make certain your event in Long Lake is a success.

Nothing wrecks a good celebration, backyard picnic, special event or simply a BBQ night with the family like that well known whine of a mosquito in your ear. People who reside in Minnesota know that sometimes it’s considered our second state bird. It’s not just about mosquitoes however. Many other outside bugs threaten the enjoyment of our brief summer season and also your family’s health.

Lyme Disease, which is carried by the Deer tick, is on a steady rise in the seven county Twin Cities Metro area the past several years. Encephalomyelitis and West Nile Virus are carried by the mosquito. These and other bug transmitted diseases are problems for Minnesotans every summer season.

Our company’s proven and successful mosquito & insect control spraying program was designed to shield for you and your family 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 especially selected pests.

Applications are planned roughly 10 days apart. Based on the varying weather conditions, applications work well for approximately 8-12 days. After the insect control spray is applied and is dry (which takes around 20 minutes), it’s safe for people, including kids and animals, to go in the application area.

mosquitosliderMosquito migration occurs every evening at dusk. Throughout migration female mosquitoes are feeding and may find you before they make contact with the sprayed surface area. You will notice diminished protection for about 30 minutes.

Bee pollination is an extremely vital process within the insect world. We are very conscious of the necessity of their task and do not want to disturb them in their necessary function.

Our spraying season in Long Lake Minnesota starts on May 1st and continues through September 30th.

We provide several options to protect your family as well as your events.

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

Special Event one time application ideal for

outside weddings and receptions

block parties

family reunions

birthday parties

neighborhood barbeque

Every other special event which would typically just be a feast for the community mosquitoes.

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

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Long Lake Minnesota

The City of Long Lake is located in Hennepin County, Minnesota. Based on a 2010 census the population was 1,768. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 0.93 square miles (2.41 km2), of which 0.83 square miles (2.15 km2) is land and 0.10 square miles (0.26 km2) is water. West Wayzata Boulevard (Old Highway 12), now Hennepin County Road 112, and U.S. Highway 12 both serve as the main routes in the community.

The first settlers arrived in Long Lake in early spring 1855.  This early contact in Long Lake did not result in settlement but rather this group of Nova Scotians came down Watertown Road, walked to the lake, looked across the lake and settled on the north side of the lake in what is now Orono.  The first permanent settlement was established in May of 1855 with the arrival of the Flemings and the George Knettles family from Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.  This first settlement was called Cumberland Town and consisted of a saw mill, general store and schoolhouse.  The platted area Cumberland Addition can trace its roots to this early period.  The Knettles house became a favorite stop for travelers between 1855 and 1860 and is the location of the first public religious service in the community.  The first post office was established in 1856, which was named Tamarack in recognition of the Tamarack swamps in the western part of the county.

The late 1890s–early 1900s became known as the berry years in Long Lake. The Minnesota Fruit Growers Association was established in Long Lake in 1898 to focus on promoting strawberry and raspberry production. These products became a regional specialty with shipments going as far as Fargo and Grand Forks, North Dakota.. The catalyst for the expansion of the city limits was a desire by Long Lake’s neighbors to take advantage of the city’s decision to install a sewer system. Those areas that wanted to be connected to city sewer were annexed by the city.