In 2 Care

Pricing is Based on Property Size

Under 4,300 sq ft

  1. Initial Price:
    • $50 (one-time fee)
  2. Monthly Service Fee:
    • $28 per month

4,300 – 8,600 sq ft

  1. Initial Price:
    • $75 (one-time fee)
  2. Monthly Service Fee:
    • $40 per month

8,600 – 12,900 sq ft

  1. Initial Price:
    • $100 (one-time fee)
  2. Monthly Service Fee:
    • $55 per month

Benefits of Mosquito traps over traditional treatments

  1. Safety for Mammals, Bees, and Butterflies:
    • Mosquito traps are designed to specifically target mosquitoes, making them safe for mammals, bees, and butterflies. Traditional treatments, such as chemical insecticides, may pose a threat to beneficial insects and other non-target species.
  2. Weather Resistance:
    • Mosquito traps are typically designed to withstand various weather conditions. Unlike traditional treatments that may be washed away by rain, mosquito traps are more resilient, ensuring consistent performance even during wet weather.
  3. Heat and Sun Tolerance:
    • Mosquito traps are often designed to operate effectively in different temperature ranges, including hot and sunny conditions. Traditional treatments may degrade or lose efficacy under extreme heat or intense sunlight.
  4. Multi-Impact Functionality:
    • Mosquito traps can serve as a multi-impact tool by addressing various stages of the mosquito life cycle:
      • Kills larvae inside the trap: Traps often incorporate mechanisms to capture and eliminate mosquito larvae.
      • Kills larvae in surrounding breeding sites: Some traps release substances or utilize methods that target larvae in nearby breeding areas.
      • Kills exposed mosquitoes: Adult mosquitoes attracted to the traps are captured and eliminated, reducing the overall mosquito population.
  5. Virus Prevention:
    • Mosquito traps can contribute to the prevention of virus transmission by reducing the mosquito population. By capturing and eliminating adult mosquitoes, traps help interrupt the life cycle of disease-carrying mosquitoes, potentially stopping the development and spread of viruses.
  6. Pricing Considerations:
    • While the initial cost of mosquito traps may vary, they can be cost-effective in the long run compared to ongoing expenses associated with traditional treatments.
  7. Environmentally Friendly:
    • Mosquito traps are often considered more environmentally friendly compared to traditional chemical treatments. They target mosquitoes specifically, reducing the impact on non-target species and the broader ecosystem.
  8. User-Friendly and Low Maintenance:
    • Mosquito traps are generally user-friendly and require minimal maintenance. This contrasts with some traditional treatments that may involve more complex application methods, handling of chemicals, and repeated applications.