Donation of Mosquito Chemicals for Hurricane Relief: Solutions Pest & Lawn

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“Solutions Pest & Lawn is right there with the communities devastated by Hurricane Harvey & Irma. We want to do what we can to provide mosquito control to affected people.”

Free Mosquito Spray: ABC 13 & Solutions Hurricane Relief Program

Solutions experienced Hurricane Harvey and Irma devastation first hand and and want to help hurricane and flood victims. Mosquitoes will begin hatching out in 10-14 days and Solutions is offering people free professional mosquito control chemicals to assist with clean up and prevent mosquito borne diseases such as Zika and West Nile Virus from spreading.

Solutions has partnered with “Stretch Your Dollars'” Patricia Lopez, KTRK ABC13, and local news affiliates to provide mosquito control chemicals to people affected by Hurricanes Harvey & Irma. Use coupon code: “HurricaneMosquitoRelief2017” at to get a complementary bottle of mosquito treatment chemical.

Visit and enter coupon code “HurricanMosquitoRelief2017” at checkout to get a complementary bottle of Optimate CS Professional Insecticide. A powerful mosquito control chemical, one ounce of Optimate CS will treat up to 8000 sqft (a typical yard) for mosquitoes and other insects. People can also visit any of Solutions Pest & Lawn retail stores and use the same code to get $20 off mosquito control chemicals. (This offer will only work in TX, LA, GA, FL)

Steps to Get Rid of Mosquitoes:

Step 1: Get rid of any standing water on your property immediately. If the heavy rains have left pools of water sitting on top of your pool cover, in your gutters, or inside plant pots, dump that water out into a nearby sewer drain. These are all potential mosquito breeding grounds. We know that because of flooding not everything can be drained out so worry about the things you can empty out such as bird baths, ornamental fountains, water gardens, rain barrels without screened covers, plant pots, animal drinking containers, the crevices of plastic toys, garbage cans, old tires, buckets, tree stumps, puddles, shallow ponds, clogged gutters, obstructed downspouts, flat roofs, and yard debris.

Step 2: If there are any areas where water cannot be drained, you can apply…

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