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Ensuring that children don't get Lyme Disease in their own backyard

Our Guarantee: Nature is unpredictable. For our customers on seasonal contracts, if at any time between your regularly scheduled
Tick and Mosquito service you have any problems with these pests, simply give us a call and we will treat your backyard free of charge.

Backyard Bug Patrol was established in Great Falls, Virginia in 2010 not too far from the Great Falls Village. The Mitchell family originally moved to Great Falls in 2001 where their kids went to Great Falls Elementary School and Cooper Middle School in McLean. The Mitchells were very active in Great Falls soccer and basketball. We value the community, know our neighbors, and strive to provide first-class pest control services to the Great Falls community. Please ask us how we can help with your Great Falls pest control needs.

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Mosquito Control

Mosquitoes are more than just an annoyance; they're responsible for over a million human fatalities worldwide every year.

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Tick Control

Lyme Disease, transmitted by deer ticks, is the fastest growing vector-borne disease in the US today! Learn more about tick control.

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Perimeter Rodent Control

Prevent mice and rats from entering your home with perimeter rodent control. Ask us about our rodent control program!

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Green/Organic Pest Control

We provide preventative treatment for your home for the pests most commonly found in and around your house.

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