It’s hard to believe that we’re already coming up on the Fourth of July . . . where has the year gone already? Before you know it, it’ll be Christmastime again . . . okay, let’s not get too ahead of ourselves here. Let’s enjoy the summer while we can, shall we?
Fourth of July means celebrating our independence and freedom as Americans, and enjoying all that summer has to offer, including great weather for cookouts. But don’t forget that with every outdoor occasion, there’s a strong chance of it being invaded by bugs, especially mosquitoes. These little bloodsuckers have just as much, if not more fun on the Fourth of July than people do, with every backyard party a potential all-you-can eat buffet.
Don’t let mosquitoes have all the fun at your Fourth of July party this year, and make sure that you’re the ones eating well, not them. How about celebrating your independence from mosquitoes, too? Mosquito Squad can protect you, your family, and guests all season long with one of our traditional barrier spray programs. You’re guaranteed to notice a drastic reduction in mosquitoes, ticks, and other biting bugs in your yard by nearly 90% or your money back.
Not interested in season-long protection, but still want protection at your Fourth of July festivities? Call us to schedule a one time special event spray. Even if you’re having a party that isn’t at your house, just let us know where you’ll be and we can still come out to the site and treat the area one to three days in advance. You and your guests will enjoy the holiday mosquito-free both during the day and night, and for three weeks afterward. Watching fireworks is so much better when you’re not constantly swatting and smacking yourself because of the mosquitoes!
Regardless of whether you’re interested in a seasonal plan or a one-time treatment, appointments are filling up quickly. If you’re not a current Mosquito Squad customer or have never used our services in the past, it will take a week or two to get on our schedule, so call us TODAY at 603-380-4541 to make sure you’re covered for the Fourth of July. It’s time to celebrate your independence from mosquitoes, too!