Special Event Pest Prevention Spray
Eliminate Pests with Mosquito Control Spray for Your Special Event
Don’t invite mosquitoes and ticks to your next outdoor event. Event mosquito spraying ensures your event will be free from pests.
We understand the importance of your guests’ experience whether it is a wedding, graduation, summertime social event, or backyard BBQ. We treat every event with thoroughness and care, utilizing our botanical event spray solution free of harmful chemicals. Our products and services will keep mosquitoes & ticks away from your events and let you enjoy the great outdoors, or any environment. Get pest control for your events with our tick and mosquito spray safer for lawns, pets and families- turn to Pure Solutions.
Pure Solutions offers botanical pest control products, all natural mosquito control solutions, all natural tick control, special event pest spraying, natural deer repellent, and organic lawn care services. We offer our services across New England, including Central New Hampshire, Upper Valley, Rhode Island and Massachusetts, including Martha’s Vineyard and Cape Cod.
We work around your schedule in efforts to not disrupt the event preparations or your guests’ experience. We consult on when the best time to spray before the event is, well in advance, so you don’t feel any added last minute pressures.
Control Without Disruption
We consult with you or your event planner to create the ideal outdoor environment for any event. Our goal is to provide as minimal of an impact on the property while providing the best efficacy for your event and your guests’ experience. That means no unpleasant odors, visible traps, or swatting. We serve New England with mosquito and tick control from Cape Cod, MA to Upper Valley, NH.
How to Eliminate Pests at Your Next Event
1. Free Consultation
We provide a free consultation to discuss the needs of your outdoor event.
We coordinate with you and schedule two event applications of our Tick and Mosquito control products prior to the event.
Our Field Specialist(s) arrive at the property to perform the services as scheduled, eliminating targeted pests on contact and providing a barrier of protection for your event.
Contact Pure Solutions Today to Schedule Your Event Applications
Frequently Asked Questions
How long before an event should I spray for mosquitoes?
We recommend spraying a week before an event as well as the day before. Our technicians use a higher concentration of product during event sprays and apply an extra thorough treatment to provide a higher level of protection.
How do I get rid of mosquitoes for an event?
All-natural tick and mosquito control can be an effective way to get rid of mosquitoes for an event. Traditional mosquito control methods often involve the use of harsh chemicals that can be harmful to the environment and human health. In contrast, all-natural mosquito control methods use natural substances such as essential oils and bacteria that are non-toxic and safe for people and pets. These natural solutions work by repelling mosquitoes and disrupting their breeding cycles, preventing them from laying eggs and reproducing.
What is the best mosquito spray on the market
We use an EPA 25b all-natural product called Progaea TMpro. This product is exclusive to Pure Solutions and is comprised of essential oils and soap. This product kills ticks & mosquitoes on contact and provides residual protection once dry.
Is it better to spray for mosquitoes in the morning or evening?
There is not a best time of day to spray for mosquitoes. Our product takes just 30 minutes to set and may take up to 45 minutes to dry during wet conditions, the weather may have an impact on drying time but time of day will not.
Should I cut the grass before spraying for mosquitoes?
It is not necessary to cut the grass before spraying for mosquitoes because adult mosquitoes primarily rest and lay their eggs in areas with standing water, such as ponds, swamps, and other damp locations. Mosquitoes do not typically rest on tall grass, and cutting it will not significantly reduce their population. Additionally, mosquito larvae can develop in stagnant water, regardless of whether the grass around it is long or short. Therefore, focusing on eliminating standing water and using insecticides specifically designed for mosquito control are more effective measures in reducing mosquito populations, rather than cutting the grass.