Pest Control Services
Professional Solutions Backed with Science and Technology
Pests cause approximately 5 billion dollars in yearly damages to homes. DFW continues to rank high nationally in cases of West Nile, Zika and other mosquito-borne diseases. MagnaPro's hassle-free, proven services and products create a defensive shield against pests in your home and on your property. Whether you are struggling with ants, mosquitoes, bed bugs, spiders, mice, flies, wasps or any other irritating home invader, MagnaPro's Pest Control solutions employ highly-trained experts who understand pest extermination. Our dedication to speed and quality allows us to provide our clients with unparalleled service.
Mosquito Control with Mosquito Shield technologyMagnaPro is proud to offer the best mosquito control service on the market. We use an effective, environmentally-friendly formula backed with science and consultation from our residential entomologists. Our repellent is 97% natural, long-lasting and poses little to no threat to your family, plants, animals or the environment. Our vector-trained technicians assess your property and then follow our three-pronged approach that will ensure your continued comfort throughout the season. The mosquito control program includes eliminating and repelling existing mosquitoes, masking the presence of attracting CO2 and spraying a repellent barrier that strengthens with each service visit. The repellent clings to the structures and vegetation around your yard, eliminating existing mosquitoes and keeping future swarms from forming by disrupting their breeding cycle.
Fire Ant ControlOur proven application service focuses on sterilizing the queen, destroying the colony and ensuring that the colony is not resurrected. We apply our treatment to your entire property, which controls all fire ant activity for up to one year. If you see active fire ant mounds within that one-year period, simply call us and we will immediately return to treat the active mounds at no additional cost to you. We utilize the latest technology. Our products are safe, but effective. During the Spring/Summer and Fall, when ants are active, we broadcast your lawn with proven, EPA-approved commercial grade products. This proven fire ant insecticide combines two ingredients that work to both destroy the colony and prevent it from reforming.
Flea & Tick ControlOur flea and tick program is based on the same tireless work and effective science behind our mosquito control protection plan. The formula is applied to all turf, wood lines and landscape beds around your property to effectively eliminate the pests within those areas. Fleas and ticks are commonly found in wooded or high-grass areas, but they can thrive in any backyards with grass, shrubbery or leaves on the ground. Ticks may carry a variety of diseases including Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis, bartonella, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and more. A residential tick control specialist can create a strategy, particularly during spring through fall peak tick activity, to help eradicate existing tick infestations and prevent new colonies from forming in your yard.
Latest news and articles
US Government approves 'killer' mosquitoes to fight disease
Nov 6, 2017The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved the use of a common bacterium to kill wild mosquitoes that transmit viruses such as dengue, yellow fever and Zika, Read More
DCHHS Reports 26th Human Case of West Nile Virus
Oct 14, 2017Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) is reporting the 26th human case of West Nile Virus infection in Dallas County for the year 2017. The case is a resident of the 75248 zip code of Dallas. The patient was diagnosed with West Nile neuroinvasive disease. Read More
North Denton trap positive for West Nile; 10th person diagnosed
Oct 12, 2017A county crew will spray overnight Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in far north Denton after a mosquito trap tested positive for West Nile virus. In addition, county health officials announced that a Frisco resident was recently diagnosed with West Nile Fever, bringing the count of human cases to 10 for 2017. Read More