Mosquitoes swarm at out-door events and breed prolifically in stagnant water, from bird baths to discarded tires to puddles from the latest rainfall. Swamps, reservoirs and retention ponds, along with other land features are also breeding grounds for mosquitos.
They do not require blood to live, they actually feed on nectar. The males are not blood drinkers, however, the female of the species require it in order to lay eggs. Once she lays her eggs, a female mosquito will seek more blood in order to produce more young. She will continue this cycle during her short life span of about two weeks.
Some consider mosquitoes an unpleasant nuisance, but they are responsible for more human deaths than any other insect.
A mosquito bite can transmit diseases such as West Nile Virus, E.E.E. virus, Zika virus, Dengue Fever and heartworms in dogs. As a result, mosquito control is vitally important to human health and well-being. There are many varieties of mosquitoes, some of which carry more deadly diseases then other
Our bi-weekly treatment will dramatically reduce your number of mosquitoes. We use a combination of natural organic repellants and safe, biodegradable insecticides.
We also offer single service for your special events.
A mosquito bite can transmit diseases such as West Nile Virus, E.E.E. virus, Zika virus, Dengue Fever and Heartworm in dogs. Learn more about bite prevention from the CDC: