FlyFoe Frequently Asked Questions
When does your annual program start and end?
Seasons vary greatly by region.
If you live in the southern United States, you should expect your season to start in February/March and end in November/December. If you’re in the northern parts of the U.S., your season will typically start later in April or early May, and end in October.
Typically, mosquito season starts when the average temperatures rise above 50 degrees for three consecutive days, while ticks and other pests can start biting at even lower temperatures; and both seasons tend to end once the first frost hits your area. Our panel of bug experts (entomologists) let us know when mosquitoes, ticks, and other outdoor pests start becoming active.
Because outdoor pests are active at slightly different times each year (depending on how warm the winter is or how long autumn stays warm and damp), we determine exact seasonal start and stop times each year in real time. But this is for us to worry about. Just know that we're on it and will handle those pesky pests no matter when they come out.