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Bergen County Mosquito Control

Truly Superior Mosquito, Flea and Tick Control

Twin Boro Termite & Pest Control knows how mosquitoes can be an annoyance. Our team can provide you with relief and be able to enjoy your time outdoors during the warmer months. For over 40 years, we have provided Oradell, New Jersey, with our quality mosquito control services.
Twin Boro Termite & Pest Control keeps up-to-date on the latest trends and methods to make sure your mosquito problem is under control. If you have any questions or ready to schedule your appointment, call us today.

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Together We'll Solve for Mosquitoes, Fleas and Ticks!

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a proven, cost-effective strategy to combat pest problems without unnecessary pesticide use. The secret is to understand the life-cycle of the pest that is pestering. We'll bring the expertise, perform careful treatments and point out where you can help. Together we can keep your outdoor areas safe and healthy.

Your plan will protect your yard from mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas. We will treat the perimeter of your yard, front and back, creating a barrier against outdoor pests.


Mosquitoes love warm, humid climates. They seek out stagnant water for laying eggs, and they rest in vegetation like shrubs. Try to rid your property of stagnant water by removing containers that can catch rainwater. Aerate ponds and ornamental pools or stock them with fish, and change the water in bird baths regularly. Try to keep vegetation trimmed, as well.


Ticks also like a warm, damp environment. They typically reside in grassy areas or areas with a lot of vegetation. Keep your yard as debris-free as possible - this means keeping the lawn mowed, eliminating debris piles, removing fallen leaves, and keeping wood piles in a sunny, dry place. You can also plant vegetation that ticks hate, like American Beautyberry bushes. If your property is next to a heavily wooded area, create a border around your yard with gravel or wood chips.


Fleas like shady, humid areas. When they are not on a host, fleas live in vegetation, tall grass, and debris or wood piles. Eliminate possible living environments by trimming all vegetation, keeping the grass cut short, and removing debris.


Here at Twin-Boro, we want you to have confidence that your yard is protected properly and completely. That’s why our work is 100% guaranteed, 365 days a year. We will treat your yard a total of 7 times between April and October, and we’ll plan around your busy schedule. All you need to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy your pest-free yard.

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    Mosquitoes FAQs

    What diseases do mosquitoes carry and how can I protect myself?

    Mosquitoes are known to carry and transmit various diseases, including malaria, dengue fever, Zika virus, West Nile virus, and more. To protect yourself from mosquito-borne diseases, take preventive measures. Use insect repellent containing or other EPA-approved ingredients when outdoors. Wear long-sleeved shirts and pants to reduce exposed skin. Install screens on windows and doors to keep mosquitoes out of your home. It is also important to monitor or eliminate standing water around your property where mosquitoes breed, and ensure that ornamental pools and birdbaths are regularly cleaned or treated. By following these precautions, you can reduce the risk of mosquito bites and potential disease transmission.

    How can I reduce mosquito breeding sites around my property?

    Begin this process by regularly inspecting your property surroundings for standing water as this is a breeding ground for mosquitoes. With this in mind, make sure to remove or empty containers like buckets, flowerpots, and old tires that can collect rainwater. Make sure to keep gutters clean and free of debris to prevent water accumulation. When it comes to your garden, trim tall grass and vegetation, as mosquitoes like to rest in these areas. By eliminating stagnant water and maintaining a tidy yard, you can significantly reduce mosquito breeding sites and make your property less attractive to these pesky insects.

    What type of mosquito control methods do you employ?

    Our Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach allows us to target mosquitoes while minimizing the impact on other beneficial insects. We use a combination of treatments, including barrier sprays and larvicides, to reduce mosquito populations and breeding sites. With our tailored and comprehensive mosquito control solutions, you can enjoy your time outdoors during the warmer months without the annoyance and health risks associated with mosquitoes.

    Are your mosquito control treatments safe for children and pets?

    Yes, at Twin Boro Termite & Pest Control, the safety of your family and furry family is our top priority. We use mosquito control treatments that are safe and approved for residential use.

    How frequently do I need mosquito control services?

    We offer a comprehensive mosquito control plan that includes a total of 7 treatments between April and October. These treatments are strategically spaced to provide continuous protection and keep mosquito populations in check throughout the mosquito season. However, for properties with more severe mosquito problems, additional treatments may be necessary. Our experts can assess your specific situation and provide customized recommendations for the most effective and appropriate mosquito control schedule to keep your outdoor areas safe and enjoyable throughout the season.

    Can you provide ongoing mosquito control for outdoor events?

    Yes, at Twin Boro Termite & Pest Control, we offer ongoing mosquito control services specifically tailored for outdoor events. We understand the importance of creating a mosquito-free and pleasant environment for your special occasions, such as weddings, parties, and gatherings.

    What steps can I take to minimize mosquito populations on my own?

    In order to successfully minimize mosquito populations on your own, remove standing water by emptying containers, clean gutters, and maintain ornamental pools. Trim tall grass and vegetation where mosquitoes rest, and fix leaks and drainage issues. Use insect repellent or natural remedies, for example, consider adding mosquito-repelling plants to your garden. If you need professional assistance, contact Twin Boro Termite & Pest Control for effective and comprehensive mosquito control solutions.

    How do I know if mosquito control is necessary for my property?

    If you are experiencing frequent mosquito bites, notice increased mosquito activity on your property, or have standing water sources around your home, mosquito control may be necessary. We are able to conduct a thorough inspection of your property to assess mosquito activity levels and provide expert recommendations based on your specific situation.

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