There are many ways to combat mosquitoes, but which is the best way for your home or business? Fogging systems disperse a chemical mist that kills mosquitoes, for a short period of time.  While a mosquito misting systems use a series of nozzles to release a mixture of things that smothers the insects at certain points in time. So, which is better for my home? A mosquito misting system or fogging the area? Let’s take a closer look.


Fogging is a quick fix way to get your yard somewhat bug free. It’s great if you are hosting a party or event in your yard but not for long term use. Fogging sprays a chemical into the grass and surrounding areas making the mosquitos currently there die. This does not account for the mosquito larvae and other bugs. 

Not to mention with Florida’s climate it does not work as well because things like the constant sunshine, rain, and even sprinklers can ruin it. All of those things can wipe away the fog and nothing is there to replace it. 

When fogging is done it usually can last anywhere from 4-8 hours. An important thing to note is this method doesn’t completely rid of the mosquitos it just reduces the number.

The Mosquito Misting System 

When you utilize a SWAT mosquito misting system you are spraying your yard at sunset and sunrise, as well as you have a remote control in which you can turn the system on at your leisure. The reason the system goes off on its own at those two times is because it is when mosquitos are at their peak.

The system sprays a mist of biodegradable, pet safe, pyrethrum which eliminates all the larvae and pupa. The mosquito misting system minimizes the mosquito population and as we say, they move out and we move in.

Our Way of Doing Mosquito Removal 

A mosquito misting system is the best way to get rid of mosquitoes. It’s eco-friendly, so it won’t affect your health or the environment around you. The SWAT mosquito misting system can be used for either commercial or residential properties because of its versatility. If you’re interested in learning more about how a mosquito misting system would work at your place, contact us today! We’ll provide an estimate on what our products will cost and answer any questions that you may have!


That Annoying Mosquito Sounds have got to Stop

A mosquito buzzing in your ear on a warm summer night may be the most irritating sound on earth. Summer just wouldn’t be summer without the buzz and tickle of a mosquito in the evening for most Floridians. However, does that have to be the case?

What causes mosquitoes to buzz in your ear?

Does it seem like mosquitoes like to buzz around your ears? Basically, they’re attracted to heat and carbon dioxide, both of which we are constantly exhaling. Every time you exhale, you release a plume of carbon dioxide that potential mosquitoes can smell out and follow. Mosquitoes have sensors around their mouths that allow them to detect carbon dioxide, and this allows them to find you from a distance of up to 50 meters.

It makes sense that some people tend to get targeted more since they naturally produce more carbon dioxide. Those who are larger or heavier exhale more gases, which makes them more likely to be on a mosquito’s radar. Additionally, if you’ve been running and are feeling a little short of breath, you might be surprised at all the mosquitoes trying to keep up with you. 

Pregnant women also face greater risks. A study found that pregnant women exhale approximately 20% more carbon dioxide than non-pregnant women, so pregnant women should take extra precautions outside. 

What Is the Reason for That Sound?

Is it because they’re bloodthirsty sadists that ruin our summers and keep us awake all night long? I wouldn’t say that. It turns out that the buzzing noise you hear is caused by the flapping motion of the mosquito’s wings, which can actually beat up to 1,000 times per second. Their buzzing sound is believed to change pitch as they increase or decrease the frequency of their flapping, especially when they pursue a mate.

A mosquito’s legendary whine is created by both male and female mosquitoes, though females produce a higher-pitched chirp. It’s possible to hear a male mosquito buzz, but most humans never hear one because they feed off of nectar and plants and leave us alone. 

You can #StayOutside all season long with a SWAT Mosquito System if mosquitoes are buzzing in your ears and driving you crazy! The licensed and trained technicians on our team will teach you how to use the system. It will be set to go off three times a day when mosquitos are at their peak time to be out. You even have a remote to do additional sprays as needed to keep you and your family mosquito free.