1. How long before I can go in the yard after it's been sprayed? You will can reenter your yard 30-60 minutes after the treatment is complete to allow for complete drying.

  2. How long does it take to apply the Ambush treatment and how long does it last? The average yard can be treated in 25-40 minutes. Treatments are optimal for 21 days at which time we will retreat your space.

  3. How does rain effect the treatment? Rain should not impact the effectiveness of your treatment. Once our product dries, only a natural breakdown over time diminishes effectiveness.

  4. Will the treatment affect my fish pond or swimming pool? Our technicians are trained to avoid fish ponds when providing you with a barrier spray treatment. Our products do not affect swimming pools; however, our technicians are also trained to avoid contact with pool water.

  5. What products will be used in my yard and are they safe for my kids? pets? plants? We use a natural, biodegradable insect repellant derived from the chrysanthemum flower. This powerful yet natural mosquito-killer is called pyrethrum, and it provides a safe, gentle way to rid your backyard of mosquitoes and other pesky flying bugs.

  6. How much does it cost? Since each property is unique, Mosquito Militia offers a Free Consultation. We will customize your treatment plan and help you choose the option that best fits your space and your budget.

  7. Does someone have to be home in order for our yard to be treated? No! You will receive phone call, text, or email (your choice) the day before your treatment as a reminder of your service call. When your treatment is complete, we will notify you by email and with a receipt left on your property.

  8. Will the treatment reduce the number of other pests in our yard? While our primary enemy is the mosquito treatment can also reducing the number of fleas and ticks in the yard.

  9. What areas does the Militia protect? Our home base is located in Kannapolis NC, but we service most Mecklenburg, Rowan, Cabarrus, Iredell, and some of Davie County. Contact us for a free consultation.