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Bye, Bye Mosquitos!

Tuesday, May 01, 2018

When it's summertime in Arkansas, the mosquitos will come out to play . . . and bite! If you live here, you know mosquitos are no joke. These pests are annoying, make us itch, and can transmit serious diseases. We believe in providing you and your family with the absolute best pest control.

Which is why we are now offering our new Mosquito Management Program. We are so excited to be the exclusive providers of this service and to offer this in Benton, Bryant, Little Rock, North Little Rock, Conway, Cabot, Jacksonville, and other surrounding areas in Arkansas. 

Allow us to introduce you to our newest service: the In2Care Mosquito Trap which has numerous benefits to keep you, your family and your pets safe during spring, summer and fall. Here are just a few benefits of the In2Care Mosquito Trap: 

    • The trap effectively controls the mosquito that transmits Zika
    • Green innovation - reduced use of chemicals
    • Does not target plants or beneficial insects such as bees or butterflies
    • Gives 24 hours/day protection 
    • Pet-friendly
One In2Care Mosquito Trap effectively covers an area of 400 square meters. You will want to place the trap in an area where mosquitos like to breed such as damp, shaded areas like the corner of your porch or near your landscaping. The In2Care Mosquito Trap is easy to assemble and can be done in 5 simple steps. Routine maintenance is easy, too. 

  1. Place the trap in the ready position. 
  2. Fill the trap with 4.5 Liters of water. 
  3. Place the gauze floater on top of the water, being careful not to get it wet. 
  4. Add the remaining powder and odor tablets to the water. 
  5. Secure the trap lid on top; fixating it with a                                    Photo borrowed from In2Care.org.
    twisting movement. 
Now that your trap is all set up, you will want to be sure to keep an eye on the green indicator to know when to replace the trap with fresh water and new a new gauze strip. Additionally, you will want to freshen the water about every 3-4 weeks. 

Check out this video by In2Care to see this product in action! The science behind this is fascinating. Click here to learn more about the detailed science used in this trap. For more information, visit the FAQ page on In2Care's website, here.


We hope you make the choice to protect your home, yard, and neighborhood this summer and say "Bye, bye mosquitos"! Remember, “The Bug Stops Here!” 


Little Rock: 501-228-0322
North Little Rock: 501-758-0322
Conway: 501-329-0396
Benton: 501-776-1388
Bryant: 501-847-1388
Jacksonville/Cabot: 501-843-1322
Hot Springs: 501-623-2335


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