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A Potent Pesticide

Katy Mosquito Control Systems, LLC is proud to carry Bug Armor. This pesticide uses the same formulation it always has, with a new, lower price of $65! Ask our Katy, Texas-based staff about barn mosquito and fly misting chemicals as well, and protect your animals from flies.

Bug Armor 1/2 Gallon Bottle 

Formally called Pynamite 10/10 Synergized Concentrate, Bug Armor is a water-based permethrin insecticide designed especially for misting systems. Bug Armor provides knockdown, kill, and residual control of the toughest pests, including mosquitoes, flies, and other nuisance insects.

Bug Armor is ideal for high mosquito populations or hard-to-kill insects like gnats and biting midges (no-see-ums). This solution is perfect for preventing the spread of Chikungunya, West Nile Virus, Eastern equine encephalitis, Western equine encephalitis, and St. Louis encephalitis. Bug Armor does not harm most common ornamental plants, and its unique formula combines permethrin with the synergist PBO for a higher level of performance. The half-gallon bottles are even premeasured for use with 55-gallon systems. Use Bug Armor to kill:

 » Mosquitoes
 » Flies
 » Biting Midges (No-See-Ums)
 » Ticks
 » Roaches
 » Fleas
 » Fire Ants
 » Spiders
 » Gnats
 » Wasps
 » Hornets
 » Yellow Jackets
Bug Armor


Installation & Service

Bug Armor pesticide can be used in any pest misting system on the market, and we install systems quickly and easily throughout the Katy/Houston area. Whether you need a residential or commercial project done, we handle every step. The system goes around the perimeter of your property to create a barrier to pests. Not sure how to design it? We'll lay out your system and help you choose exactly what you need.

We also offer maintenance and repair for local customers. This maintenance for fully automatic systems includes cleaning for all tubing and nozzles, as well as replacement if the system is damaged. We do not require a contract to maintain your equipment, but we recommend checking your equipment every two months to make sure it's running properly.