I’m sure so many of you have tiki torches outside. And if you don’t, I am sure you are thinking of putting them out or may buy them this season. They not only are a great aesthetic to your back yard, but also add light and help repel mosquitoes.

It’s been all over the news and papers that bug season is going to be bad this year. Mainly due to a warm February and all the rain we have had. Our back yards are turned into prime breeding ground for these annoying bug. Which is why so many of us constantly spray our yards, stock up on foggers, drench ourselves in repellent, and will try any new product that says it will repel mosquitoes. But what if I told you there were other ways to help rid your space of these bugs. For more on the possible mosquito invasion, click here for an article recently published.

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Well here it is!

Garden State Irrigation offers tiki torches WITH low voltage lighting. What this means is that you are not only helping to rid your back yard of mosquitoes but it also adds great light to your space. Giving you the ability to spend more time outside this season. We only use quality, made to last products that are made to withstand the outdoor elements. These tiki torches are made to retain their look and work for years to come.

You can also add mosquito repellent to your sprinkler system. This way, each time your system is set to water, a mosquito spray is evenly applied. This eliminates the need to call a company and have the property sprayed. It’s basically a hands off way to keep your family safe from these pests all season long. All you need is the tank installed and the repellent to fill it with.

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Imagine being able to enjoy your backyard this season without the worry of getting bit all night long. And with the tiki torches, you also allow yourself to extend the time you spend outside. Fire pits become even more fun when you aren’t swatting bugs away very minute.