Mosquitoes Don’t

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Mosquito Control St. George Utah

Mosquito is that one insect that draws the blood out of you, quite literally, and with the approach of summer, its travel into your property is undeniable.

Mosquitoes are tiny, flying insects that are ancient and date back to almost 400 million years. That is how persistent and resilient these insects are. They are mainly characterized by their tiny bodies with a pair of wings, and they make a buzzing sound that is very distinct when they fly near you.

A mosquito bite can cause swelling, itching, red marks, and even rashes. However, their damage does not stop at that. They are carriers of various diseases and have been spreading life-threatening diseases all over the globe. You may have noticed their mention in the news constantly during the summers. The consequences of a mosquito bite can instantly flare-up from just an itch to a disease that may cause deathly health concerns to you and your loved ones, and St. George isn’t a new place for mosquitoes.

As tiny as they might seem, controlling and getting rid of them is a Herculean task and is not quite possible without professional help. At Six Brothers Pest Control, we offer the best services to get rid of the disease-carriers and make sure they do not make your home theirs.

Things You Need to Know About Mosquitoes

 

  • Belonging to the Diptera group, mosquitoes are tiny insects with a pair of wings, long legs and make an incessant buzzing noise.
  • They breed on stagnant water bodies where they hatch their eggs, and tiny larvae are born.
  • In most species of mosquitoes, it is the female who sucks on human and animal blood. They do so to reproduce eggs. The male mosquitoes are comparatively smaller than the females and feed on vegetables and fruits.
  • A major problem in most parts of the United States is Encephalitis that is spread by mosquitoes.
  • They are mostly drawn to dark areas rather than the lighter ones, which is why most mosquito bites occur at night.

 

Health Hazards Brought About by Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes are vectors for diseases, and they carry major health-threatening diseases such as Dengue, Malaria, Zika Virus, West Nile Virus. No wonder they are called the deathliest insect on the planet. From itchy, swollen spots and disturbing sleepless nights, mosquito bites can swiftly escalate into severe diseases, as mentioned above. According to the World Health Organization, mosquitoes are found globally except for Antarctica. They spread the various diseases they carry around in all these parts, killing more than 700,000 people worldwide. Mosquitoes outnumber other species regarding the loss of human lives every year.

Not only do mosquitoes give diseases to humans, but they are also capable of bringing diseases to your pets. Mosquito-borne illnesses are a significant health concern for your pets, such as heartworm disease that can affect both dogs and cats. Taking all these dangerous concerns in mind, it is best to consult the Six Brothers Pest control at the earliest notice and keep your family and pets safe.

Mosquito Infestation: Cause and Identification

The most common and important cause of mosquito infestation is standing water because this is where they are born. The female mosquito lays its eggs on a stagnant water body. The eggs hatch, and the larvae live and feed off it till they develop into a mosquito. The reproduction and the hatching process is very swift, and before you realize it, the will be swarms of mosquitos out and about. The other causes may be leaving your doors and windows open, especially in the darker hours, through which the mosquitoes get in and make a place for themselves in the darker corners hampering your sound and safe environment.

Here are a few ways in which you can identify any signs of infestation:

  • The most important one is to look out for any stagnant water that may be in or around your property. It may range from big waterbodies to anything small, be it a pond, a lake, a clogged drain, stale water in the birdbath, a puddle, or even a water spill near your plants.
  • A lot of swelling, red bumps, and itching is also a sure sign of an infestation, as mosquitoes tend to bite in the night time without your notice.
  • Spotting a couple of mosquitoes itself may be a sign. If you notice a swarm of mosquitoes usually high in number, it may be an infestation that must be attended to immediately.
Mosquito Treatment

Prevent Mosquitoes From Infiltrating Your Peace

Although an intervention from experienced professionals in the early stage itself is highly recommended, there are a few steps that you can take to prevent the carrier of diseases from entering your house and wreaking havoc. However, it is important to keep in mind that these are only preventive measures. Seeking professional help is essential. The steps you may take are as follows:

  • Empty or cover any place that can hold water. Go around your property regularly to check if there are any stagnant water bodies or water that has accumulated. Make sure to empty them or clean them and cover them.
  • Ensure regular filtering of swimming pools and ponds or add fish in such ponds as they are known to eat the larvae.
  • Ensure that your drains are not clogged. If they are, clean them regularly to ensure water flow.
  • If you have old tires around, clean them and store them in a dry place.
  • Keep your doors and windows closed or seal them with nets.

Mosquitoes are swiftly flying insects. Therefore when they come into your house, they may already have sucked on the blood of other humans and animals, making you more exposed to health risks. As they dwell around and sit on unhygienic surfaces, they pose a threat to you and your loved ones. Contact Six Brothers Pest Control immediately and save yourself from potential threats with assured and excellent services designed to eradicate mosquitoes. We have advanced mosquito control measures in St. George, Utah, so that you and your family can live in peace.

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