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You’re outside, enjoying nice summer night, when all of the sudden, it starts: wispy mosquitoes begin to congregate around you and your group, pestering each person with their bites until everyone retreats indoors.

Unfortunately, many otherwise beautiful summer nights play out this way for Arkansans across the state. The worst part is many Arkansans have written off their mosquito problems as hopeless, after having been let down by citronella candles and other at-home methods. We at Command Pest Control are excited to tell you that you do have another option – get your home treated for mosquitos. A quick mosquito treatment will reap benefits you’ll enjoy all summer, and we’ve listed a few of them below.

You’ll have peace of mind about your family’s health.

Mosquito-born illnesses and diseases like West Nile Virus and Zika Virus are potentially deadly, but at the very least they are miserable, time-consuming illnesses. Cutting down the mosquito population around your home helps drastically reduce the chance that you or one of your family members will contract one of these diseases.

Your pets will be protected from illness as well.

Mosquito bites are the primary cause of heartworm disease in dogs. If a mosquito bites an infected dog, it will most likely spread the condition to other dogs and cats it bites afterword. This parasitic condition is one of the worst illnesses your pets can contract, and will at the very least result in a sick animal and hefty vet bills.

You’ll get your backyard back.

Imagine grilling out, listening to the soothing sound of chirping crickets and watching lightning bugs twinkling all over your yard without feeling a single mosquito bite. That’s exactly how most of your sweet, Arkansas summer nights should play out. It is YOUR yard after all! You should be able to truly enjoy it.

Are you ready to make this summer one of the best ones yet? Get a free estimate of how much a treatment for your yard will cost, and get on your way to a more mosquito-free existence.

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