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Fox Pest Control’s Boston Area Mosquito Exterminator Service

Summer comes each year with the promise of warm weather, sunshine, fun, and as always, mosquitoes. These pests can take over your yard and multiply quickly. They lay 100 eggs at a time, oftentimes in standing water. When biting, mosquitoes can drink up to 3 times their body weight in blood. Their primary food source is glucose, which is found in high levels in our blood. Not only do these bites hurt, they can be quite harmful. Because they carry diseases, mosquitoes are considered the world’s deadliest animals. Through Malaria, Zika and West Nile Virus, mosquitoes are responsible for nearly 1 million deaths per year. Fox Pest Control knows how to control your Boston Area mosquito problem and reduce them quickly.

Signs of a Mosquito Infestation

You might already know for sure that you have a mosquito problem. But here are a couple of the most common signs of a mosquito infestation in Boston Area. 


One of the signs of a mosquito infestation is to see them flying around.


Even before they’re seen, mosquitoes can bite and fly away before you know what happened. A bite is often itchy and may raise a small red bump on the skin.

What You Need to Know About Mosquitoes

Helpful Mosquito Prevention Tips: 

Avoid wearing perfumes or colognes.

Wear long sleeves and pants when outdoors or near water. 

Avoid early evening activities

  • Eliminate standing water: 
    • Swimming Pools
    • Wheelbarrows
    • Bird Baths
    • Drainage Pipes
    • Gardening Buckets

How Do I Get Rid Of Mosquitoes?


Call Us

Think you have a mosquito problem? Call Fox Pest Control at (508) 257-7556 for a free Boston Area mosquito control quote.


Schedule Service

Schedule MA same day* control service with one of our certified technicians.



Your technician will conduct a thorough pest control inspection of your home and property in order to provide a customized mosquito treatment plan that will be most effective for your situation.



You will receive a detailed report of the service provided and helpful recommendations to remain mosquito free.


Follow Up

We come back regularly throughout the year to ensure the mosquitoes don’t come back. If you see any mosquito activity between your regularly scheduled service, simply give us a call. We’ll come back for free!

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Why Choose Fox Pest Control in Boston Area

Here Is Why You Should Call Fox Pest Control

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Fox Pest Control Mosquito Service

At Fox Pest Control, we care about you.

We care about your home and your safety.

Many bugs and rodents can carry viruses and harmful diseases.

During mosquito season, we suggest removing standing water from your yard.

Also covering up in long-sleeved shirts and pants, especially when going outside after dusk.

Using repellent with DEET is also important to avoid bites.

Our Fox Pest Pros can easily visit your home and apply monthly treatments throughout the spring and summer.

This will decrease the likelihood of mosquitoes laying eggs and inhabiting your yard.

Give us a call, and we’d be happy to help you.

Because No Bugs is Simply Better.

Mosquito Control FAQ


Of the more than 3,500 species, only a couple hundred will actually bite humans … and then it’s only the females. Despite that, there are plenty of female mosquitoes around on Boston Area, so don’t worry, you’ll need lots of help with mosquito control. 


Mosquitoes love very shallow water or even damp soil for laying eggs. Try to keep your property free of standing water, mosquitoes can lay their eggs in a bottle cap of water.


Mosquitoes love cool, moist environments … and they hate the heat. The best to be outside while also avoiding mosquitoes is in the heat of the day. If you do see mosquitoes, they will most likely be in bushes or flower beds.(Or you could call Fox Pest Control on Boston Area to help you reduce the mosquito population around your home.)


When a female mosquito bites you, it injects an anticoagulant within its saliva that, while helping the blood flow, also creates an allergic response in most humans.


Yes they can be. Even on Boston Area mosquitoes can carry and transmit several diseases, including:

West Nile virus– an infectious disease whose symptoms include fever, skin rash, body aches, and swollen lymph glands.

Zika virus– an RNA virus that causes a rash, itching all over, muscle pain, red eyes, joint pain, fever, and a headache.

Malaria- a disease caused by a parasite that invades red blood cells and brings on fever, chills, sweating, fatigue, nausea and vomiting, and sometimes jaundice.


Mosquitoes are primarily a prey insect, serving as a food source for many bats and birds. In addition, mosquitoes are pollinators. While they don’t pollinate on the same level as bees, they feed on flower nectar to get glucose, and transfer this from flower to flower.

5-Star Pestimonials

Xavier did a great job. Very kind and knowledgeable.

Christopher Clavin

Dalton was professional, on time, and answered all of our questions. We showed him areas of concern and past problems on the property, which he inspected and treated. He also noticed things that we didn’t and left bait stations. So far we are happy with the service and are paying much less than we were quoted from another pest control company.

Brett Tuttle

Xavier was great, he was polite, professional , and thorough

William Lee

The technician, Xavier, was very professional. Had my first experience with this company today. Getting much better value than our previous service. The sales person, Taylor, was excellent and the service technician completed a very thorough inspection and application process. It was quick, easy, and less expensive than our last provider. Highly satisfied with this service.

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Melissa Atwood- O’Brien

Technicians have always been very pleasant and professional. Discuss concerns I am notified ahead of time when they will be coming Sometimes need to coordinate this if inside concerns

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