• Mosquito Force Pest Control is proud to serve Indianapolis and surrounding areas helping you reclaim your yard by safely eliminating pesky mosquitoes. We are committed to giving the best quality service to all of our customers, both small and large! Whether you are looking for long-term mosquito control or a one-time service, we’ve got you covered! Our professional application technicians are courteous, well trained, and insured. Mosquito Force Pest Control is licensed for pest control in the State of Indiana. We are looking forward to helping you Reclaim Your Yard!

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    Don't let bugs intrude on your territory. Call Mosquito Force Pest Control and talk to a Licensed Technician today (not a sales person or answering service). We are the exterminator to solve your extermination problems.

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    Monday8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Tuesday8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Wednesday8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Thursday8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Friday8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Saturday8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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  • The mosquito has quite an awful reputation. It has been called the biggest killer on the planet and the most deadly animal in the world. With just one bite it can cause great havoc by spreading devastating illnesses like West Nile Virus, Encephalitis, Malaria, Chikungunya and even Heartworm in pets.

    When it's mosquito season in Indiana, it's tempting to hide inside. Mosquitoes ruin outdoor fun and expose us to insect-borne disease. Mosquito Force Pest Control will have you back outside with your family. We provides mosquito control solutions for residential and commercial properties. Our technicians visit your property to deliver convenient and effective mosquito control treatments to rid your yard of mosquitoes. 

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  • WEST NILE VIRUS

    Mosquitoes become infected with West Nile virus when they feed on infected birds. Infected mosquitoes then can transmit West Nile virus to humans, animals — and back to birds. They inject the virus through their saliva into the blood stream where it multiplies and causes serious and potentially fatal illness. With no vaccine yet available, every effort to avoid contracting this disease is necessary.

  • HEART WORM

    Most commonly found in dogs and cats, heartworm is a parasitic roundworm that can grow to about six inches and lives in the heart and arteries of the lungs. The adult worms produce thousands of microscopic baby worms that enter the bloodstream and are then sucked up by mosquitoes feeding on infected animals. After reaching infection larval stage in the mosquitoes, the worms are re-introduced to their principal animal hosts like dogs, cats, ferrets, and, in rare cases, humans. 

  • Zika Virus

    The infection is suspected of leading to thousands of babies being born with underdeveloped brains. Some areas have declared a state of emergency, doctors have described it as "a pandemic in progress" and some are even advising women in affected countries to delay getting pregnant. But there is much we do not know in this emerging infection.

  • Besides Mosquitos We Also Terminate

  • Wasps, unlike bees, have no barbs and are able to sting multiple times when threatened. The sting of wasps can cause allergic reactions and in some cases, be fatal.

    Wasps

    Wasps

    Wasps, unlike bees, have no barbs and are able to sting multiple times when threatened. The sting of wasps can cause allergic reactions and in some cases, be fatal.

  • The scout ants leave invisible chemical trails for the rest of the colony to follow.

    Ants

    Ants

    The scout ants leave invisible chemical trails for the rest of the colony to follow.

  • While the damage to wood from the drilling activities of a single bee is slight, subsequent years’ broods will expand the tunnel through branching activities and may cause considerable structural damage.

    Carpenter Bee

    Carpenter Bee

    While the damage to wood from the drilling activities of a single bee is slight, subsequent years’ broods will expand the tunnel through branching activities and may cause considerable structural damage.

  • Although most fleas don’t live on humans, they can bite humans, causing skin irritation, allergies, and human diseases such as typhus and tularemia.

    Fleas

    Fleas

    Although most fleas don’t live on humans, they can bite humans, causing skin irritation, allergies, and human diseases such as typhus and tularemia.