The mosquito is comprised of about 3,500 small insects that are flies. This pest will lay their eggs on the surface of bodies of water and when those eggs hatch they will feed on aquatic algae or organic material. When the female mosquito enters adulthood they will feed on blood from various hosts like: mammals, birds, reptiles and some fish in order to produce eggs. During the bite the saliva from the mosquito can cause an itchy rash and could also transfer pathogens that could possibly lead to a number of diseases such as: West Nile, yellow fever, malaria and others. This is why it is important to bite back with a treatment to keep you, your family or your employees safe.
Treatment can consist of fogging back yard grass, shrubs and bushes, trees and other vegetation with a repellent and knockdown. Along with the treatment we will look for breeding sites and make you aware so that they can be eliminated. Some areas of concern could be standing water in the yard, streams, pools, or any kind of still, stagnant bodies of water.