Mosquito, Flea & Tick control services & treatment provided by Mosquito Joe of the Greater Buffalo Region

Check out the latest buzz about Mosquito Joe of the Greater Buffalo Region

Mosquito Joe of the Greater Buffalo Region is making headlines about mosquito control services and how we’re making outside fun again. Check out some of the latest press about Mosquito Joe in the Buffalo area.

WKBW – Keeping your backyard bug free.

June 2020
You may be spending more time in the backyard this summer due to COVID-19. The guests that are never invited — mosquitoes and other pests. Karlene Gillette helps her family run Mosquito Joe. It’s a yard servicing business aimed at getting rid of mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas. Read more.

Spectrum News – Wet Spring, Temperature Spikes Welcome More Mosquitoes This Summer

June 2019
If it seems like mosquitoes are worse this year, they are. Read more about the increase in the mosquito population this year and tips to keep your yard swat-free.

ABC 7 – Wet spring will really “bug” us now.

May 2017
A mild winter followed by an extremely rainy spring has created a situation perfect for a large number of bugs to cause problems. Read more to see how you can take action with preventative care.

WIVB – Warmer winter, heavy rains bring more bugs to WNY.

June 2017
As summer is heating up, mosquitoes can be a concern for anyone looking to enjoy the outdoors, especially around water. Read more to see how you can make outside fun again.

Buffalo News – The price we pay for a mild winter: ticks, with other bugs to follow.

June 2017
A significant increase in mosquitoes, ticks, sandflies, and fungus gnats have triggered an increase in demand for pest control services. Read more to learn how Mosquito Joe is here to help make outside fun again!

Buffalo Business First – Six trucks in three years: On Mosquito Joe’s rapid growth in Buffalo

June 2016
Unlike winter, summer is a compressed season in New York. That is where Mosquito Joe comes in. Read More to see how we have helped others in your community.