Midge Removal Brisbane

With the warmer months and the increase in humidity is causing an increase in numbers of midges on the Brisbane and are now proving to be more than a nuisance, with severe, persistent itching from midge bites, that often result in open sores as we seek to relive the itching. If you’re look for treatments on midge removal Brisbane, Control Pest Management can help with our expert pest control technicians.

Midges Control and Removal Brisbane

Despite their small size midges can be one of the hardest pests to avoid during the warmer months. Midges are active at dusk or dawn and will congregate in areas that are relatively still and without wind disturbance as well as being attracted by light.

Like mosquitos, midges have a nasty bite and if you have even walked into a swam of them you will know about it. Usually the bites cause an itchy welt on the skin and in rare cases sores may become infected putting our health at risk and piling up the medical bills. Fortunately, midges do not transmit disease to humans in Australia.

Your family doctor will be able to advise you on the suitability of insect repellents for short and long term use by members of your family ,and of course mosquito coils have some impact on midges. For the most effective chemical control of midges you will require the services of a licensed pest control expert such as Control Pest Management.

Midge removal treatment

Midge Treatment Options

As well as taking care of midge locations our experts will apply residual pesticide, only available to Licensed Contractors, in the yard around your house using the barriers or harbourage method.

This treatment can reduce midge numbers for up to six weeks though not totally eliminate the pest. The pesticide is applied to house walls and screens, fences, shrubs and other foliage.

FAQs

Midges are most active around dawn and dusk, and they can be hard to eliminate. Some methods of getting rid of midges include:

  • Pick clothing that completely covers your skin.
  • Apply insect repellent when you are outside.
  • Use the air conditioning to deter them from entering buildings.
  • Install small-mesh screens in windows to prevent them from entering.

 

If midges persist, contact us to have a qualified pest technician evaluate and treat your midges.

Natural repellents that deter them include eucalyptus, lavender or citronella oil that you can rub on your skin.

 

To trap midges, you can pour apple cider vinegar into a bowl and add two drops of liquid dish detergent to the vinegar. Set the bowl where you have noticed midges. They will be attracted to the liquid and will die while attempting to land. Replace the bow every few days.

 

If midges persist, contact us to have a qualified pest technician evaluate and treat your midges.

Midges can not stand the smell of our pest technicians! Our professionals are so smelly and equipped with the correct chemicals and resources to eliminate your midges.

 

Natural repellents include eucalyptus, lavender or citronella oil that you can rub on your skin. Alternatively insect repellents containing diethyl toluamide (DEET) or picaridin are very effective.

Midges are most active around dawn and dusk, and they can be hard to eliminate. Some methods of stopping them from bitting you includes:

  • Pick clothing that completely covers your skin.
  • Apply insect repellent when you are outside.
  • Use the air conditioning to deter them from entering buildings.
  • Install small-mesh screens in windows to prevent them from entering.

 

If midges persist, contact us to have a qualified pest technician evaluate and treat your midges.

There is no need to suffer one day longer from those annoying midges when you can get Control Pest Management to manage your midges today.

For a complete listing of all the suburbs we cater for in Brisbane, please see below –

Inner suburbs

  • Bowen Hills
  • Brisbane
  • East Brisbane
  • Fortitude Valley
  • Herston
  • Highgate Hill 
  • Kangaroo Point
  • Kelvin Grove
  • New Farm
  • Newstead 
  • Paddington
  • Petrie Terrace 
  • Red Hill 
  • South Brisbane
  • Spring Hill 
  • Teneriffe 
  • West End 
  • Woolloongabba

Northern Suburbs

  • Albion  
  • Alderley  
  • Ascot  
  • Aspley  
  • Bald Hills  
  • Banyo  
  • Boondall  
  • Bracken Ridge
  • Bridgeman Downs  
  • Brighton  
  • Brisbane Airport  
  • Carseldine  
  • Chermside  
  • Chermside West  
  • Clayfield  
  • Deagon
  •  Eagle Farm  
  • Everton Park  
  • Ferny Grove
  •  Fitzgibbon  
  • Gaythorne  
  • Geebung  
  • Gordon Park  
  • Grange  
  • Hamilton  
  • Hendra  
  • Kalinga  
  • Kedron
  • Keperra  
  • Lutwyche  
  • McDowall  
  • Mitchelton  
  • Myrtletown
  •  Newmarket  
  • Northgate  
  • Nudgee  
  • Nudgee Beach  
  • Nundah  
  • Pinkenba  
  • Sandgate  
  • Shorncliffe  
  • Stafford  
  • Stafford Heights  
  • Taigum  
  • Virginia  
  • Wavell Heights  
  • Wilston  
  • Windsor  
  • Wooloowin  
  • Zillmere

Southern Suburbs

Eastern Suburbs

  • Balmoral
  • Belmont 
  • Bulimba 
  • Camp Hill 
  • Cannon Hill 
  • Carina 
  • Carindale 
  • Chandler 
  • Coorparoo 
  • Gumdale 
  • Hawthorne 
  • Hemmant 
  • Lota 
  • Lytton 
  • Manly 
  • Manly West 
  • Moreton Island 
  • Morningside 
  • Murarrie 
  • Norman Park 
  • Port of Brisbane 
  • Ransome 
  • Seven Hills 
  • Tingalpa 
  • Wakerley
  • Wynnum 
  • Wynnum West

Western Suburbs

  • Anstead 
  • Ashgrove 
  • Auchenflower 
  • Bardon 
  • Bellbowrie 
  • Brookfield 
  • Chapel Hill 
  • Chelmer 
  • Chuwar 
  • Corinda 
  • Enoggera 
  • Enoggera Reservoir 
  • Fig Tree Pocket 
  • Graceville 
  • Indooroopilly 
  • Jamboree Heights 
  • Jindalee 
  • Karana Downs 
  • Kenmore 
  • Kenmore Hills 
  • Kholo 
  • Lake Manchester 
  • Middle Park 
  • Milton 
  • Moggill 
  • Mount Coot-tha 
  • Mount Crosby 
  • Mount Ommaney 
  • Oxley 
  • Pinjarra Hills 
  • Pullenvale 
  • Riverhills 
  • Sherwood 
  • Sinnamon Park 
  • St Lucia 
  • Taringa 
  • The Gap 
  • Toowong 
  • Upper Brookfield 
  • Upper Kedron 
  • Westlake