Plymouth MN Insect Control and Mosquito Spraying Service

girl with mosquito bite, scratching hand has motion blurProtect your household and/or make sure your event in Plymouth is a success.

Nothing ruins an excellent social gathering, backyard picnic, special event or simply a BBQ night with your family like that familiar whine of a mosquito in your ear. We who live in Minnesota know that often it’s viewed as our second state bird. It is not just about mosquitoes however. Many other outside pests endanger the enjoyment of our short summer months and also your family’s health.

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

Our company’s proven and successful mosquito control service & insect control spraying program was established to shield for you and your loved ones from contact with mosquitoes, ticks, deer ticks, japanese beetles, box elder bugs, asian beetles, moles, and the emerald ash borer and a number of other specifically selected bugs.

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

iStock_000004591761SmallMosquito migration occurs each evening at dusk. For the duration of migration female mosquitoes are feeding and will find you before they make contact with the applied surface. You will note reduced protection for about 30 minutes.

Bee pollination is an extremely essential process in the insect world. We are incredibly conscious of the significance of their job and do not wish to disrupt them in their vital purpose.

Our spraying season for insect control in Plymouth Minnesota commences on May 1st and continues through September 30th.

We provide a number of options to protect your family and also your events.

Full season insect control Plymouth MN as well as full season mosquito control Plymouth MN services offered.

Special Event 1 time application good for

  • outdoor weddings and receptions
  • block parties
  • family reunions
  • birthday parties
  • neighborhood bbq
  • Every other get together which would typically simply be a buffet for the mosquitoes.

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


Plymouth Minnesota

Known as the 7th biggest city in the state of Minnesota, the city is located 15 miles west of downtown Minneapolis in Hennepin County.  It is the 4th largest suburb of Minneapolis-Saint Paul and is the fifteenth biggest Metropolitan Area in the country.  Plymouth has a humid continental climate, typical of the Midwestern United States, with very cold winters, and hot, sometimes humid summers. Summer daytime temperatures average 83°F (28°C), with a low of around 60°F (15°C), while winter temperatures average only 23°F (-5°C) and a low of 3°F (-16°C). The highest recorded temperature in Plymouth was 99°F (37°C) in 1964, and the lowest was -39°F (-39.4°C) in 1977. Rainfall is spread throughout the year, with the most rain being received in the summer months, with June being the wettest, with 120.3 mm of rain. Plymouth was named by Money Magazine the number one city in which to live in the United States in 2008. The magazine gave top honors to Plymouth because of its inclusion of residential areas, industry, parks, schools, and other aspects which make Plymouth a self-contained and essentially autonomous city.