Mosquito Management Services

Mosquito Management Services

De'Kriminators - Top Mosquitoes Control Experts Bangalore | “Mosquitoes serve as vectors of many important diseases such as dengue fever, malaria, filariasis, encephalitis and yellow fever, which could affect human health.”

Mosquitoes: World’s Deadliest Animal

These tiny insects kill more than 0.7 Mn people every year and account for 17% of the estimated global burden of infectious diseases

There are more than 2,500 species of mosquito and most dangerous and disease causing in India are

  • Aedes aegypti (causes yellow fever, zika, dengue)
  • Anopheles (Malaria)
  • Culex (West Nile fever, encephalitis as well as viral diseasesof birds and horses)

Life Cycle Mosquito prevention and control involves a basic understanding of their life cycle. A mosquito life cycle has 4 stages:

egg, larva, pupa, and adult

The entire cycle can take as little as four days or as long as one month, depending on species and temperature. All mosquitoes must have water for their life cycle. Most eggs hatch within 48 hours

The best way to control mosquitoes is to remove potential egg laying sites by removing any sources of  breeding / standing water.

  • Add drainage holes to structures or containers that may trap water (barrels, old tires).
  • Change or circulate the water in pet bowls and birdbaths at least once a week
  • Fill tree holes with sand, mortar, or place drainage holes to prevent standing water
  • Clean roof gutters to prevent them from becoming clogged and holding water
  • Properly dispose of all trash, especially anything that could hold water
  • Keep weeds and other vegetation mowed and trimmed to minimize shelter for adult mosquitoes
  • For areas with ponds, consider stocking mosquito eating fi­sh to control of mosquito larvae.
  • Use of larvicides approved for your area of application.
  • Do not apply pesticides to moving water (i.e. streams).
  • Always read and follow all label and zoonotic diseases.

Control programs for mosquito should focus on decreasing their numbers to minimize the risk of disease spread. Ask your experts De’Kriminators for free advice and site visit for inspection/recommendations.

Tried and tested methods include:

  1. Spraying in harborage areas
  2. Misting in horticultural areas
  3. Cold Fogging in dark and hiding areas
  5. Wall-2-Wall treatment at internal areas
  6. Insect light traps
  7. Using natural repellants.
  8. Pest proofing.

De’Kriminators has a vast knowledge on vector control, uses the best of application technology through its highly trained technicians and using chemicals from world most reputed manufacturers.

Check with your local department of pest management for a list of approved pesticides. De’Kriminators can provide you with list of approved chemicals, MSDS for the chemicals used and Pest-Know-How.

The risk of mosquito-borne diseases is especially high in humid areas. In the more arid regions of India, mosquito infestation commonly peaks during and after the annual monsoon rainfalls. In the more tropic and humid regions, the peak of mosquito activity normally falls into the summers when high temperatures fasten the reproductive cycle of mosquitoes.

Mosquitoes have been in existence since the dinosaur era which is 400 million years ago.

  • They are found close to still water, where their larvae feed and develop.
  • They seem to be attracted to dark colours.
  • Mosquitoes will normally bite you at dawn or dusk – mostly nocturnal. That’s when their internal clocks tell them it is feeding time.
  • Mosquitoes are attracted to heat and they find lactic acid alluring thus would tend to bite people who had just exercised.
  • Bigger people tend to attract more mosquitoes because they produce higher Carbon Dioxide and lactic acid.

How does mosquito infestation affect your business?

Trust – immediate impact on employees’ trust.

Damage – serious damage to your health and hygiene reputation.

Cost – Loss of business opportunities when customers shared negative reviews on your business

Worried about mosquitoes? Call De’kriminators now. Our pest expert will schedule an inspection to assess your mosquito problem and recommend an effective solution for the same.

Professional mosquito control

There are a range of DIY products in the market to kill mosquitoes. But, an established mosquito problem may require professional pest control to ensure that you and your family are safe from mosquitoes. Mosquitoes often are a menace, especially during the peak seasons, and you should make sure you and your family are protected from Malaria, Dengue and Chikungunya.

While DIY products can deal with smaller mosquito problems, a professional pest control service will be required for larger or multiple infestations. Dekriminator Pest Control technicians understand the habits of each mosquito species and also have a range of solutions to deal with mosquitoes and provide the reassurance that the problem has been fully dealt with. 

Especially for specialised pests like mosquitoes, specific treatments and experience are required to cope with the mosquito menace effectively. Dekriminator offers specialised Integrated Mosquito Management treatment that is effective against all sorts of mosquito infestations.

Dekriminator offers a call-out service to deal with mosquito and other pest problems in the home. Our service is fast, effective and offers the highest level of safety for your family.


Integrated Mosquitoes Management System

Mosquitoes are vectors of numerous diseases such as malaria, yellow fever, filariasis, dengue chikungunya. Most female mosquitoes require a blood meal before they can produce a batch of eggs.

Anopheles, culex and Aedes are the most common species of mosquitoes that spread diseases. These vectors develop through four stages: egg, larvae, pupa and adult, complete development from egg to adult usually takes 10 to 14 days but varies according to the species and temperature.

The best integrated practices can keep the mosquito menace at a tolerable level, but stopping the influx of mosquito is a very difficult task as they have various sources of breeding.

Mosquito Menace

Mosquito control can be very difficult but must be attempted to not only get rid of our homes and business of annoying bites but also to stop the spread of certain mosquito borne health problems. But even if we eliminate all possible breeding sites on our property, mosquitoes born in other areas will still fly to your part of the world. Therefore vector control measures work well when taken at community level. There are some methods that the experienced pest control operator may utilize to reduce mosquitoes’ pest problem.

Physical Measures

The best control mechanism is prevention. Eliminating all possible mosquito breeding sources – standing water, piles of cut grass and fallen leaves, cleaning fence rows of wild grasses and weeds, keeping rain gutters free of litter and other vegetation- is indeed your starting point in an integrated pest management program targeting disease carrying pests.

Indoor Mosquitoes Control

If we have an indoor mosquito problem, the best solution is to seal them out by repairing doors, screens, windows, etc. In addition, screen-like mesh wires obstruct their entry. If for some reason this is not always possible, we can use a space spray to kill flying pests.

Outdoor Mosquito Control
Control of larvae

Larvae breed wherever suitable water is available. To control the larvae, either the water has to be removed or insecticides to be used. Oils are also used to kill larvae.. However, the larvicide measures done in the water source take care of only the mosquito larvae and not the eggs and pupae already present in the water body.

If we have an indoor mosquito problem, the best solution is to seal them out by repairing doors, screens, windows, etc. In addition, screen-like mesh wires obstruct their entry. If for some reason this is not always possible, we can use a space spray to kill flying pests.

Control of adult mosquitoes

Fogging: This method of outdoor mosquito control and flies control and other such pests is temporary but is indeed necessary in many instances.

Thermal Foggers:

The best time to kill adult mosquitoes by fogging is at dusk, when they are most active and looking for food (mosquitoes feed on human or animal blood). The aerosol fog primarily targets flying mosquitoes, which is why the timing of the spray is critical. A thermal fogger (as opposed to a cold fogger) produces a thick pesticide fog or smoke by heating the fogging solution. It produces a nice insect fog that is directed to areas where it would like to kill mosquitoes, and other biting pests.


During the fogging, flying mosquitoes within the treated area are killed. Although the local mosquito population is reduced for a few days, fogging does not prevent mosquitoes from re-entering the area.


Cold Foggers: This type of fogging treatment does not require insecticides to burn in order to create a mist or fog. This type of fog is considered cleaner and can be used indoors and outdoors to kill unwanted flying or biting pests.


Mosquitoes control measures always give better results in an integrated approach of prevention, control and source elimination. Any one of this in isolation provides only partial results.

How to keep mosquitoes away

The cost for any vector control treatment depends upon the area to be treated, surroundings and weather conditions. We carry our free inspection of mosquitoes infested sites and after considering the various factors submit the commercial details. However mosquito management programmes require frequent visits and treatments. We have special offers for large areas like townships, society buildings or other large buildings. We provide a full range of vector control services like dengue fogging etc.

Mosquitoes - General Information


To get rid of mosquitoes in your home, the best solution is to prevent them from breeding around your home and to prevent them from entering your home.

Avoid being bitten by mosquitoes:


  • When outside at dusk or dawn, wear long sleeves, trousers, footwear and hats to reduce exposed skin.
  • Use mosquito repellent sprays on exposed skin.
  • Use mosquito repelling products or candles when sitting
  • Prevent mosquitoes being able to develop in standing water:
  • Ensure drains are kept clear and running.
  • Ensure gutters and water gullies are not blocked.
  • Cover water butts with a lid.
  • Do not leave standing water.
  • Introduce mosquito fish (Gambusia affinis) or guppies into garden ponds to eat mosquito larvae.

Finally, you can help prevent mosquitoes entering your home:

  • After dark, keep windows and doors closed or block out the light with curtains.
  • Fit mosquito screens to windows.

Service details :

Duration : 30-45 mins

Turnaround Time : 2–3 hrs – depends on the area size

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