Mosquito Control

All-Natural Mosquito Control

Sgt. Poopers provides all-natural non-toxic mosquito control in Dallas, Texas.
For just $14.95 a week we provide more visits for the same overall cost.


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Mosquito Control Introduction

sgp badgeSgt. Poopers delivers the highest quality and lowest cost/visit mosquito control in Dallas, Texas because we visit weekly for less cost than anyone else. While our competitors visit once every two, three weeks, or four weeks, we come once a week minimally which means we provide more honest hard work for less money than anyone else. We can even spray daily since our essential oils cannot be over applied.

Helps protect from Zika Virus, West Nile Virus, Heartworm (infects humans too), Malaria (1,500 cases in usa/year), Chikungunya, Dengue, Yellow Fever, St. Louis Encephalitis, LaCrosse Encephalitis, Eastern Equine Encephalitis (infects humans), Western Equine Encephalitis (infects humans)

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Mosquito: The World's #1 Killer

No living organism causes more human suffering than the mosquito: true in Dallas, Texas, and around the world. Mosquitoes kill more than a million people a year and infect dogs with diseases and parasites like heart worms. To humans they spread viruses like Zika, West Nile, chikungunya, encephalitis, dengue, yellow fever, and malaria. As a child in the 1960s, my parents made us hide under blankets while driving through an infected zone in south Texas at night. Today, new viruses have made it more dangerous than ever just to relax in your own backyard.

sgtpoopers buttonWe do not recommend using synthetic pesticides or a fence-mounted misting system that laces the air with fumes. Synthetic chemicals are popular because they are profitable. It's not safe to follow the herd since popularity is fueled by enormous advertising budgets while Big Chemical bribes government agencies to rubber stamp product use. In 2017, yet another Environmental Protection Agency official was allegedly caught bragging about killing yet another EPA investigation into Monsanto's Roundup. And while that's a herbicide not an insecticide, the example serves to show how Big Chemical operates and why you should not just follow the crowd.

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Safe Mosquito Treatment

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Starting in 2017, we conducted hundreds of real-world tests to see what composition of essential oils worked. And today, we use a great-smelling, effective and 100% natural blend that's non-toxic to humans, pets, plants, and beneficial insects like bees, butterflies, and lady bugs.

Our essential oil products are so safe no mask or protection is needed for application nor do they require regulation by the EPA. Unlike Round Up, no government officials were bankrolled by Big Chemical to approve it. It's manufactured by a family-owned company in North Texas that specializes in non-toxic products for pest control.

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Natural Mosquito Repellent

Because it is a natural preventive, for the best results it needs to be re-applied weekly. But that's okay because our entire business model is uniquely built on weekly or even daily visits. No other mosquito control service sprays daily or weekly because they can't afford to. We can save you money since we are already in your yard.

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The Best Way to Stop Mosquitoes

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The right combination of all-natural essential oils kills and repels pests like fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, ants, mites and more in seven ways:

Sgt. Poopers® Conservation ArrowheadNAVIGATION: They can block an insects ability to smell or navigate to sources of food (you).

DEHYDRATION: They draw moisture from insects to kill them.

DISRUPTION: They block certain pheromones and/or hormones to disrupt bodily processes like breathing. For example, cedar oil affects pheromone-driven pests like fleas and ticks by blocking a neurotransmitter unique to insects and invertebrates called octopamine (responsible for regulating heart rate, movement, and behavior in pest insects). 

PENETRATION: Some, like cedar oil and orange oil dissolve the thin exoskeleton of bugs which kills them.

EMULSIFICATION: Essential oils can liquefy the fat that bugs need to live.

SUFFOCATION: Essential oils a long with compounds like molasses can causes bugs to close their breathing holes (called spiracles) which suffocates them.

NEUTRALIZATION: They neutralizes acidity within a buy's body, throwing their pH fatally out of balance.

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Backyard Mosquito Control

The perception and interpretation of smell varies between species. A smell that attracts one can repel another.

sgt poopers sealFor example, humans are repelled by rotting food: the smell signifies a threat. Meanwhile flies, built to consume decaying matter, are attracted. By the same token, something that smells good to us could violently repel another creature. And so it is with mosquitoes.

Mosquitoes are repelled by essential oils: the smell signifies a threat to their health. Meanwhile these oils smell good to us.

The sense of smell is so powerful it can overwhelmed even an acute sense of hunger which is why a wolf won't eat a skunk.

To a mosquito, essential oils are like a skunk's spray, more powerful than their sense of hunger.

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Mosquito-Borne Diseases

Mosquitoes transmit a number of diseases to humans that can be fatal. These illnesses are caused by bacteria, viruses or parasites living in the saliva of mosquitoes. Dogs and pets are not at risk from the diseases on this list.

Chikungunya

Chikungunya is only contageous via mosquitoes. Most Texas cases of chikungunya come from travelers who were bitten by an infected mosquito in another country where the disease is more common. However, if a mosquito in Texas bites that sick person, that mosquito can then transmit the virus to her next victim. The symptoms of chikungunya start 3–7 days after being bit. Most people get better in a few days but some end up with enduring and severe joint pain. Those most at risk include newborns, seniors, and people with preexisting medical conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease.

Symptoms
  • Headache
  • Fever
  • Muscle pain
  • Joint pain and swelling
  • Rash

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Dengue

From 2003-2017, Texas reported a total of 403 cases of dengue, most along our southern border. At this writing, seven people in Texas currently have dengue. Like chikungunya, victims usually catch it elsewhere including tropical and subtropical countries where the disease is common. Symptoms start after 4–10 days after being bitten by an infected mosquito. Most people get better in a few days, but some people can develop deadly complications especially if they've already had dengue once or twice before.

Symptoms
  • High fever and at least two of the following:
  • Severe headache
  • Severe eye pain (behind eyes)
  • Joint pain
  • Muscle and/or bone pain
  • Rash
  • Mild bleeding manifestation (e.g., nose or gum bleed, small red spots on the skin called petechiae, or easy bruising)
  • Low white blood cell count

You should go to an emergency room IMMEDIATELY if any of these warning signs show up:

  • Severe abdominal pain or persistent vomiting
  • Red spots or patches on the skin
  • Bleeding from nose or gums
  • Vomiting blood
  • Black, tarry stools (feces, excrement)
  • Drowsiness or irritability
  • Pale, cold, or clammy skin
  • Difficulty breathing

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Malaria

Each year in the United States, about 1,700 people are diagnosed malaria, but most of them get it while visiting another country. Transmission of malaria within the United States is rare and there have been no recent instances of it in Texas. Dogs and cats don't catch malaria.

Symptoms

  • High fever
  • Shaking chills
  • Muscle aches
  • Tiredness

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St. Louis Encephalitis

From 2003-2017, Texas reported 38 cases of SLE in humans — an average of 2.7 cases per year. Most people who have St. Louis encephalitis will experience no symptoms or a mild illness/fever. However with infants and the elderly, the illness can sometimes develop into inflammation of the brain (encephalitis) requiring hospitalization. Symptoms appear abruptly after 5–15 days. Mosquitoes themselves get the virus from biting infected birds.

Symptoms
  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Tiredness

Illness may progress to:

  • Stiff Neck
  • Confusion
  • Disorientation
  • Dizziness
  • Tremors
  • Coma

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West Nile Virus

From 2002-2017, a total of 5,412 human WNV disease cases were reported in Texas, which is 361 cases per year on average. Each year there are confirmed cases of humans catching West Nile Virus in Dallas County. Also, mosquitoes have been captured that tested positive for the disease in Dallas.

Most people who catch WNV from mosquitoes do not notice any symptoms while about 20% will develop a fever and other symptoms. A very small percentage of people can develop a serious neurological illness which is sometimes fatal. West Nile Virus can cause febrile illness, encephalitis (inflammation of the brain), or meningitis (inflammation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord). Dallas residents who are over 60 years of age are at the greatest risk for the severe version of the disease plus people with cancer, diabetes, hypertension, kidney disease, and patients who have received organ transplants. Recovery from severe symptoms can require several weeks or months. Some of the effects can even be permanent.

Symptoms
  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Body aches
  • Rash on the trunk of the body
  • Swollen lymph glands

Of those who come down with the full neurological infection from West Nile virus, about 1 in 10 cases can be fatal. The more serious form of WNV includes these symptoms:

  • Headache
  • High fever
  • Stiff neck
  • Stupor/disorientation
  • Tremors
  • Convulsions
  • Muscle weakness
  • Paralysis
  • Coma

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Zika

During 2016, Texas reported 315 cases of Zika. That dropped to 55 in 2017 and only 4 in 2018. Because mothers can pass Zika to her unborn child with resulting birth defects, potential parents should do everything possible to avoid being bitten by a mosquito. Sgt. Poopers can help by spraying your immediate yard weekly to kill and repel mosquitoes in your front and back yards, plus around every door where mosquitoes may congregate or slip inside your home.

Most people with Zika don’t have any symptoms. However, people who don’t develop symptoms can still pass the virus to others. If a person does have symptoms, they are usually mild and last several days to a week. Men can potentially transmit Zika virus to their sexual partners for up to 3 months after infection.

Symptoms
  • Joint pain
  • Conjunctivitis (red eyes)
  • Fever
  • Rash (often itchy)

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Mosquito Control Prices

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Mosquito Control Summary

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An outdoor environment plagued by mosquitoes is no walk in the park! Our pest control protocols are designed to protect and conserve the most precious parkland of all — the one where you live and work. It’s like having a park ranger in own backyard which is why we say, “We treat your yard like a National Park!” 

Sgt. Poopers is a conservation company, so our protocols are based on the principles of conservation. Our approach is common-sense, holistic, always safe, and 100% effective. Our methodology works and you will see immediate results. On top of everything else, no contract is required. We do not use toxic chemistry that can harm people or pets. We restore the balance of nature and make living environments safe for you, children, pets, and beneficial insects like honeybees and butterflies. Please tour our website to learn more. If you have any questions, please call us today at (214) 563-6379. For your convenience, you may also request services from this site.

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Steve Hall
CEO & President, Sgt. Poopers
Conservation Advocate

We would like to thank you for your interest in Sgt. Poopers. We look forward to serving you in the near future!

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Questions and Answers for Voice Search

Here are the answers for questions addressed to Alexa, Siri, Cortana, and Google Home.

Who provides non-toxic or all natural mosquito control in the DFW area?

Sgt. Poopers provides non-toxic, all-natural, organic mosquito control in greater Dallas. They come to your home each week and spray for mosquitoes for just $14.95. Their spray kills on contact and repels throughout the week. Cost is less than traditional companies who use synthetic pesticides. Call (214) 563-6379.

How much does it cost to have My Yard Sprayed for Mosquitoes?

Eliminating mosquitoes from backyards in the Dallas area by Sgt Poopers costs just $14.95 per week for an average-sized yard. They provide 2 or 4 times the service at a lower overall cost. They use no toxic chemicals that may cause cancer and even brain damage. Call (214) 563-6379.

How Often Should I have my backyard sprayed for mosquitoes?

Sgt. Poopers provides non-toxic, all-natural, organic mosquito control in greater Dallas. They come to your home each week and spray for mosquitoes for just $14.95. Their spray kills on contact and repels throughout the week. Cost is less than traditional companies who use synthetic pesticides. Call (214) 563-6379.

Where can I get the cheapest Mosquito Control for my backyard?

Sgt. Poopers provides the cheapest and safest mosquito control measures. They come to your home each week and spray for mosquitoes for just $14.95. Their spray kills on contact and repels throughout the week. Cost is less than traditional companies who use synthetic pesticides. Call (214) 563-6379.

WHAT IS THE BEST Mosquito Control for my backyard?

Sgt. Poopers provides the safest mosquito control year round in the DFW area. They come once each week all year long and treat your backyard with non-toxic essential oils to kill and repel mosquitoes and other unwanted pests. Prices start at just $14.95 per week for most of Dallas and nearby areas. Call (214) 563-6379.

Why should I use a mosquito control service?

Mosquitoes kill more than a million people a year and infect dogs with diseases and parasites like heartworm. To solve this problem, Sgt. Poopers provides non-toxic, all-natural, organic mosquito control in Dallas. They come to your home each week and spray for mosquitoes for just $14.95. Their spray kills on contact and repels throughout the week. Cost is less than traditional companies who use synthetic pesticides. Call (214) 563-6379.

How can I control MOSQUITOES IN MY BACKYARD?

Sgt. Poopers provides non-toxic, all-natural, organic mosquito control in greater Dallas. They come to your home each week and spray for mosquitoes for just $14.95. Their spray kills on contact and repels throughout the week. Cost is less than traditional companies who use synthetic pesticides. Call (214) 563-6379.

What is the best way to control mosquitoes in Dallas?

The best way is to use a safe, organic, all-natural, non-toxic essential oil since anything poisonous sprayed in your backyard will adversely affect the health of yourself, children, pets, and even your neighbors. Sgt Poopers provides the safest, most effective mosquito control year round in Dallas using a completely natural, non-toxic essential oil. They spray your yard each week to kill and repel mosquitoes and other unwanted pests. Prices start at just $14.95 per week for most of Dallas and nearby areas. Call (214) 563-6379.

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Protect your family and pets from mosquitoes, mites, fleas, ticks, ants and more. Our organic all-natural essential-oil blend safeguards against West Nile, Zika, dengue, Lyme disease and heartworm. Used for thousands of years worldwide, our treatment is safe... unlike synthetic pesticides which commonly contain banned toxins as "contaminants" (like dioxin). Stretch your money! Call (214) 563-6379

price comparisonFeatures and Benefits:

  • Costs less
  • Smells great
  • 52 treatments/year
  • Safe for people and pets
  • Cannot be over applied
  • Occupy yard immediately
  • Categorized as exempt by EPA
  • No toxic contaminants in soil
  • No contracts

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