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Trusted Mosquito Control Austin

If you’re an Austin native, it’s no secret that mosquitos are a nuisance. Sure enough, as soon as the sun starts to set, you are in danger of getting a bite from one of these pesky bugs.

Mosquitos go beyond being a bother to us, giving us uncomfortable and itchy bites. They are also a health hazard that many people don’t take seriously enough. Mosquitos can be carriers of deadly diseases that they can transmit through their bites. They are also responsible for heartworm cases in dogs.

From 2004 through 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 6,600 cases of human disease were revealed in Texas. The cause of this disease resulted from mosquito bites, putting the state in the top 20 percent of states for mosquito-borne illness.

If all of that isn’t enough to show you how serious mosquito control is, we don’t know what is.

Protect your family and pets from the dangers brought by mosquitos with Stampede Pest Control’s mosquito control plans. We provide prompt, long-lasting, and effective pest management in Austin for affordable rates. Give us a call now to get started.

Mosquito Facts

Here are some important facts worth knowing.

Why Do Homeowners Have Such a Hard Time Controlling Mosquitos? 

For Austin homeowners, mosquitos are around every season. The weather in Texas makes for an especially large mosquito population.

A mosquito’s main life source is much like a human’s; water. It doesn’t take much for them to have the perfect habitat to lay their mosquito eggs.

What Other Factors Cause Mosquitoes to Infest Your Austin, TX Home? 

The best way to keep mosquitoes out of your home and out of your life is to ensure that you have no standing water in your home or directly outside of it. This means you need to be sure you don’t have any leaks or any areas in your yard that could be potentially collecting rainwater.

In addition to watching out for standing water that could attract a yard of mosquitoes, you should make sure you are taking other proactive steps for mosquito control. We can perform treatments both in your backyard and inside of your home.

We Target All Stages of Mosquitoes (Not Just Adult Mosquitoes)

The most important part of your mosquito service is prevention. We want to make sure that mosquitoes don’t even have a chance to set foot in your home or yard. That’s why our mosquito control services target all stages of the mosquito life cycle.

How Can We Help With Your Mosquito Problem?

Here’s how we can help with the problem.

We Inspect and Identify

Our team of experts will conduct a thorough inspection of your property and identify all possible breeding sites. We want our customers to know they are receiving the absolute best mosquito treatment. That’s why we take the time to fully assess your situation and create an individualized plan to treat your home.

Mosquitoes Favorite Hideouts Include: 

  • Spots with thick vegetation, such as tall grass and shrubs
  • Holes in trees where there may be stagnant water after rainfall or from your sprinklers
  • Ornamental ponds with no aeration or without larvae-loving fish
  • Potted plants and saucers in your doorways, patios, and decks
  • Kids toys left outdoors
  • Animal water dishes and bird feeders

Low-Impact Mosquito Control Solutions 

Fogging Treatments

A fogging treatment is a pest control treatment where a pesticide is used in the air and circulated in an area. Fogging can help control a mosquito population. We also offer a mosquito misting treatment that will eliminate the pests for you long-term.

Utilizing Eco-Friendly Mosquito Repellents At Home 

There are ways you can temporarily ward off mosquito populations that are available at the store. There are mosquito-repelling plants such as citronella grass and rosemary (one of the ingredients we use in our organic pest control service).

It may look like an attractive option to purchase that citronella candle, bug light, or mosquito-repelling plant the next time you’re at the store. You should note that these deterrents are only temporary and do not have the power to prevent mosquitoes for long periods.

Stampede’s Mosquito Control Treatment Process

1. Backpack Spray – We will use a power sprayer to treat the exterior of your property. This will provide a tough barrier to keep mosquitoes away from your home.

2. Repellent Granules – We also make sure we get in all the nooks and crannies of the outside of your home by applying a dust to clear out any unwanted mosquito populations that could be nesting in between the brick and the ground.

3. Stagnant Water Treatment – We will also remove any standing water that could be a potential attractant for mosquitoes.

All of these treatments are for the outside of your home. However, you may also request to have us treat the inside of your home well.

Why Choose Stampede Pest Control?

With Stampede, you can expect nothing but 100% customer satisfaction. We offer competitive rates with both indoor and outdoor treatments for one price. Most importantly, we deliver the most effective treatments without putting a hole in your pocket. 

We are committed to maintaining excellent customer service. We respond promptly to your needs and ensure your pest problems get addressed properly. 

We also offer greener solutions that lessen the reliance on pesticides! Our top priority is safety, and that means only using products that we believe are safe to use around your loved ones.


Here are some questions commonly asked.

What attracts mosquitoes to humans?

So many different things can attract mosquitoes to humans. Different smells, temperatures, and odors can all attract mosquitoes. Even the color of your shirt can play a role. It’s hard to say specifically what’s attracting them to you. However, if they’re breeding on or near your property, they’re simply looking for food and you’re their target.

When is mosquito season in Texas? 

The weather in Texas allows for mosquitoes to survive year-round. However, the worst months for mosquitoes in Texas are between May and November.

What are animals that eat mosquitoes? 

Animals that eat mosquitoes include bats, certain birds including ducks, and some varieties of frogs. Fun fact, dragonflies are an insect that eats mosquitoes.

How can I make my family and pets safe from diseases carried by mosquitoes? 

You can protect yourself and your loved ones from disease-carrying mosquitoes by wearing protection, especially when going outside at night. Wear bug repellent, cover as much skin as you can, and avoid spending time around standing water or other areas that may attract mosquitoes. You can protect your pets by giving them a heartworm preventative every month.

How much water do mosquitoes need to lay their eggs and hatch? 

The amount of water a mosquito needs to begin its new life cycle is very small. They only need about one teaspoon.

What are the peak times that mosquitoes are most active? 

Mosquitoes are most active from sunset to sunrise.

Say Goodbye To Pests Today!

At Stampede Pest Control, we are the mosquito authority, meaning we have all the knowledge and all the resources to keep mosquitoes away from you and your loved ones. Our extensive range of approaches to pest management will help you get rid of any pest problem. From mosquito eggs to adults, we’ll get rid of them all!

Go ahead and give us a call today to receive your free quote, and let us start worrying about protecting your home from pests so you can live worry-free!