Mosquito Control


Mosquitos are more than just a nuisance. They can pose a serious threat to people and pets. No one wants to spend their time outside worried about the danger and aggravation of mosquitos. Our unique, multistep treatment process breaks the mosquito lifecycle. By identifying and treating habitat, mosquito larvae and adult mosquitos, we can begin managing populations and reducing the chances of being bitten almost immediately. We proudly utilize the most effective mosquito control solutions available.

Take Back Your Yard Today

If mosquitos are taking over your back yard and preventing you from enjoying the outdoors, you need to call Island Environmental today. Our mosquito control program can give you relief for 30 days with just one treatment. Whether you are looking for a long term prevention and control plan or have a special occasion coming up outdoors, call the experts in mosquito management today!

Don’t let your biggest party favor be a bunch of bug bites.

Have you ever been at an outdoor wedding and been under attack the entire time?
After months of planning and thousands of dollars spent, mosquitos can be a bride’s worst nightmare. Can you imagine if the only thing someone remembered about your wedding were the mosquitos? From outdoor weddings to graduation parties to backyard barbeques, let the Island Environmental protect you, your guests AND the memory of your special event.

A Mosquito Control Program You Can Trust

Are the mosquitos getting a little out of hand? Hard to enjoy the Florida sunsets without giving up a pint of blood? Are they keeping you from enjoying your backyard with family and friends? If your yard is being overtaken by mosquitos, you may want to follow a preventative mosquito treatment program. Our monthly mosquito program is perfect for getting mosquitos under control so you can enjoy your backyard again. Our mosquito control program is best implemented throughout the duration of mosquito season, which spans from April to October.

Did you know? Mosquitos are the world’s deadliest animals
When someone mentions the term “world’s deadliest animal” you probably start thinking of sharks, tigers, crocodiles and other fierce creatures. Well, it may shock you to learn that it’s actually mosquitoes. Why? Well, it’s down to the harmful diseases that they are known to spread such as Malaria, Zika and Dengue. Mosquitos are believed to be responsible for 1 million deaths per year!

Keep Your Pets Safe
Heartworms in dogs are easy to prevent, but difficult and costly to cure. Dogs are infected by heartworm by the bite of an infected mosquito. There’s no other way dogs get heartworms. And there’s no way to tell if a mosquito is infected. That’s why prevention is so important.

Tips for Preventing Mosquitos

Mosquitoes are attracted to carbon dioxide (the air we exhale) and can sense it from up to 30 yards away. Mosquitoes are also drawn to body heat, moisture, movement, and dark colors. In addition to professional mosquito control, there are some things you can do at home to reduce mosquito bites.

  • Eliminate areas with standing water once a week.
  • Keep gutters clean.
  • Remove any litter from yard – mosquitoes can lay eggs in small, discarded items that hold water, such as cans, bottles, wrappers, etc.
  • Correct drainage issues, if any.
  • Dress in light colored, loose fitting clothing when outdoors.
  • Use GE yellow “bug lights” – these do not repel mosquitoes but, unlike incandescent lights, do not attract them.
  • Use citronella candles, although they only have a mild effect.
  • Place a large fan on decks or patios – mosquitoes are weak fliers.




Common Mosquitos Found in Florida
Yellow Fever Mosquito
Asian Tiger Mosquitoes
Culex Mosquitoes



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Island Environmental
990 W. 15th Street
Riviera Beach, FL. 33404
Phone: (561) 833-7375
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