Creating a Barrier Against Bugs
As warmer weather comes around, there is no doubt that you can expect bugs. No matter your location, biting bugs are not just found out on camping trips. Ticks and mosquitoes can be found anywhere from backyards to recreation centres and even at the beach. More than being a simple annoyance, these pests can lead to allergic reactions, itching red welts – and they are bad for business! Luckily. Eenie Meenie Miny Mow! has an eco-friendly solution to your problem.
Ditch the Chemicals – and the Bugs!
In the past, the best way to deal with mosquitoes is to pack on the bug spray and hope for the best. These might work for half an hour or so, but they don’t do much for lasting results. The fact is that mosquitoes create nesting grounds outdoors and then grow their numbers rapidly. This means that for every pest you squish, there are hundreds more just waiting for those bug sprays to wear off or citronella candles to burn out.
Instead of reacting to pest infestations, Eenie Meenie Miny Mow! experts prepare for them. Why spray yourself with harsh, foul smelling chemicals when you can treat your exterior areas, creating a natural barrier against pesky pests. By combining natural deterrents and aromas, ticks and mosquitoes can be pushed out of your environment for months at a time!
How It Works
Pest repellent lawn treatments are made up of natural deterrents, such as essential oils. In the same way that you might have certain scents that you aren’t a fan of, so do bugs. By combining these scents into a plant safe spray, our lawn and garden experts are able to create an unappealing environment for pests. By driving pests out, guests, visitors and tenants can enjoy their outdoor spaces without being eaten alive.
Because these lawn treatment sprays are all natural, they can be applied on a recurring basis or as a one-time treatment. These sprays are great options for rental spaces, such as wedding venues, sports fields or just in your own backyard. Stop suffering from unwanted bug bites, call Eenie Meenie Miny Mow! today.