Worldwide, mosquito-borne diseases kill more people than any other single factor. Mosquitoes can be carriers of malaria, yellow fever, dengue fever in humans. In the United States, mosquitoes spread several types of encephalitis. They also transmit heart worms to cats and dogs.
Mosquitoes do not feed on blood. The female mosquito requires a blood meal for development of her eggs.
The average life span of a female mosquito is 3 to 100 days. the male lives 10 to 20 days.
There are several measures you can take to prevent mosquitoes on your own such as removing all standing water which is where mosquito larvae emerge.
Our service technicians are experts at knowing the hidden locations for standing water. They also apply a treatment around your home help reduce the mosquito population.