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Facts About Mosquitoes

There are 63 species of mosquitoes that live in New Jersey. While most simply pose a nuisance, others can spread devastating diseases such as West Nile virus and encephalitis. And your pets are at risk, too. Our Mosquito Shield Program offers the most comprehensive Mosquito Protection and Prevention Plan in New Jersey. Mosquito-borne diseases can be prevented by stopping mosquitoes with our three-pronged Integrated Pest management program, that includes:

  • A thorough Inspection of the surrounding property.
  • Source Elimination: recommendations on how to reduce populations.

Treatment Options

  • Larvicides: Larvicides kill mosquito larvae before they become adults.
  • Barrier Treatments: Professionally-trained ROSS technicians will carefully treat your property with an application of materials that will put up an invisible curtain of protection that most mosquitoes will not be able to penetrate.

New Jersey tests about 20,000 dead birds per year for mosquito-borne disease. Since the primary months are August through October, ROSS begins its preventative treatment program in May and concludes it in October. We treat your property monthly during this period.

All work is preformed by our licensed and insured NJDEP- and NPMA Quality Pro-certified technicians.

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We continue to implement Covid-19 safety procedures

We're currently 1 year into the pandemic and we wanted to let you know that we are still following all CDC guidelines and taking extra precautions when it comes to minimizing risk with the Covid-19 situation.

Safety protocols we follow:

  • Employees wear masks
  • We wear gloves
  • Technicians put on booties when requested
  • Periodic sanitation on vehicles & equipment
  • Continual monitoring of employees for symptoms
  • Testing employees when symptoms occur
  • We are encouraging all employees who can to be vaccinated
  • We continue to be classified as essential workers
  • And other continual training

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