Clarke has been providing mosquito control services since 1946. We deliver integrated mosquito management programs that help make communities more livable, safe and comfortable.
Clarke provides professional mosquito control service programs to a variety of customers, large and small.
Supporting a city, county or mosquito abatement district’s mosquito management program and delivering emergency response services.
Providing regular mosquito treatments at commercial and recreational properties to keep guests and residents safe and comfortable.
Clarke’s mosquito control service programs that are rooted in the principles of integrated mosquito management. Recommended jointly by the EPA and the CDC, integrated mosquito management takes a holistic approach to mosquito control and involves all of the following management strategies:
Our Earthright mosquito control service program provides the most sustainable public health mosquito control solution available to communities.
Clarke’s EarthRight Mosquito Service Program is one of a kind, using the most environmentally-friendly mosquito control products and eco-friendly application methods like bicycles and electric-powered application machines.
Clarke has a proven record for delivering mosquito control services that help reduce disease transmission activity or improve quality of life conditions in storm and mosquito-borne disease impacted regions for first responders and community residents.
Clarke has played a response role in nearly every weather or disease-related mosquito control service effort since the first U.S. outbreak of West Nile Virus in 1999.
When you work with Clarke, you get access to our in-house experts dedicated to public health mosquito control, including entomologists, biologists, environmental scientists, research and development scientists, regulatory affairs professionals and public relations experts.
The Clarke team goes to work for you.
Learn about mosquito-borne illnesses, methods of control and causes of hatch-offs.
Late summer is often when the presence of mosquito-borne diseases like West Nile Virus (WNV) upticks rapidly, thanks to ideal weather conditions (regular rainfall, humidity levels, and warm air temperatures) for mosquito breeding.
According to the Joint Statement on Mosquito Control in the United States from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “…The greatest control impact on mosquito populations will occur when they are concentrated, immobile and accessible.”