Have you ever tried to relax outside, only to find that mosquitoes had other plans for you? Have you ever planned an outdoor barbecue or cook-out that turned into an indoor picnic or cook-in? Have your children wanted to play outside only to come in minutes later after being eaten alive? These situations happen all too often, and many people think that getting rid of mosquitoes is difficult and expensive. Thanks to Ted Mitchell Jr. and Pam Mitchell, owners of Mosquito Hunters, mosquito control can be easy, affordable, and effective.
“By focusing on a positive client experience, we provide mosquito control services guaranteed by our Client Happiness Promise,” Ted said. “We strive to protect individuals, restaurants, and events from these ‘equal opportunity’ pests. Whether or not you have been directly affected by the harmful illnesses these pests can carry, like Zika and West Nile Virus, we’re pretty certain you’ve had to deal with their buzzing and biting.”
Why do Ted and Pam use the term happiness promise and not satisfaction guaranteed? “Because we want you to be happy, not satisfied, which is our promise to you as a member of our Mosquito Hunters family,” Pam said. “We are loyal to our customers and employees and the communities we serve.”
Mosquito Hunters exists to help you enjoy your yard more by keeping the mosquitoes and ticks at bay. “We believe that the only thing better than summer is a mosquito-free summer,” Ted said. The Mosquito Hunters process works as follows:
- Licensed and trained technicians use mosquito spray to target and kill mosquitoes immediately and create a barrier that keeps them from coming back.
- Thirty minutes after spraying, the treatment on your property will be dry. Regular treatment every 21 days keeps the barrier intact for continued protection.
- Mosquito control technicians will also find and neutralize any mosquito larvae and inform you if they have located any standing water in your yard.
- If you are not happy within 21 days of post-treatment, just make a phone call so technicians can re-treat your yard free of charge as part of the Client Happiness Promise.
Perks of partnering with Mosquito Services include special introductory offers, saving unused treatments for the next mosquito-heavy season, enjoying all-natural treatments, taking advantage of special-event services, and accessing unlimited phone and email support for any questions or concerns. You can also request no-contact quotes and service.
Always on top of mosquito-related issues and news that affect the community and the world, the Mosquito Hunters team strives to deliver a remarkable experience. “We know that some of life’s best memories are made in your own backyard,” Ted and Pam said. “From barbecuing and playing catch to stargazing and chilling in the hammock, one of the simplest, most profound joys in life is using your yard to its full potential, especially in the company of family and friends. You’ve worked hard for your home. Take advantage of it. Unplug, step outside, and breathe in the fresh air. Your yard awaits.”
In the spirit of enjoying your outdoor oasis, Ted and Pam offer the following advice: “Keep your yard trimmed; gutters cleaned; and water emptied in collection spots on your property like buckets, tarps, and small kid pools that remain unattended for several days,” they said. “Even birdbaths need the water changed at least once a week. We recommend twice a week.”
Ted, originally from Houston and Southeast Texas and a fan of woodworking and making wine in his free time, and Pam, who grew up on farms in Illinois and Missouri and likes to sew blankets and quilts, are currently hiring mosquito technicians. They welcome recommendations for folks who enjoy the outdoors and have a winning attitude and superior customer service skills.
To book your treatment (introductory pricing on your first treatment starts at $39 for less than ½ acre), please contact Ted and Pam. “Let us know you heard about it here, and we’ll give you a 5% discount on the season,” Pam said.
Mosquito Hunters of Middletown-South Dayton-Springboro
office: (513) 468-0114
mobile: (513) 392-6838