Mosquito ControlLet Us Help Protect You from Bites and Diseases

All winter long we look forward to warm summer evenings in the backyard, unfortunately mosquitoes can drive the family indoors again in a hurry. No one should have to suffer from itchy red mosquito bites or the potential diseases they cause. We understand how important it is to have a space where everyone can play, without worries of bites and disease.

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Property Inspection

Identification of Potential Mosquito Breeding and Resting Areas

Larvicide Treatment

Targets Breeding Sites – Bird Baths, Ponds, Flower Pots, Containers, Marshes, Creeks, Flooded Areas

Adulticide Treatment

Targets Adult Mosquito Resting Areas – Shrubs, Ivy, Weeds, Small Trees, Shaded Areas

Mosquito Quick Facts

  • There are over 3,000 mosquito species worldwide
  • Over 150 mosquito species inhabit the US
  • A relatively small number of species transmit dangerous disease
  • Only adult female mosquitoes bite
  • A Female mosquito needs one blood meal for every batch of eggs produced
  • Mosquitoes feed on nectar, plant juices and decaying plant material
  • All mosquitoes have 4 distinct life stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult
  • Mosquito eggs require standing water to hatch into successful larvae
  • Mosquito eggs can survive up to seven years before hatching
  • Learn more about mosquitoes here.

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What you don’t know could hurt you.

More than just an annoyance, the mosquito is the deadliest animal on the planet. Over one million people are killed by mosquito-borne diseases each year globally. In the US, we tend to be less aware of the deadly role mosquitoes play, but over 1,000 Americans each year experience serious illness or death as a result of a mosquito bite.

Mosquito-borne Diseases

West Nile Virus (WNV)

First found in Uganda in 1937, WNV has spread globally. Its flulike symptoms include fever, headache, and body aches. More serious symptoms include disorientation, muscle weakness, neck stiffness and more. Eighty percent of West Nile cases will never display any symptoms.

Heartworm

This parasitic roundworm infects dogs and other animals. The heartworm larva is transmitted through the bite of a mosquito and proceeds through a variety of life stages. The heartworm takes residence in the host’s heart where it grows to impressive lengths. It is of the greatest concern in canines where it most frequently leads to serious repercussions.

Encephalitis

Among the most serious condition linked to mosquitoes, encephalitis is the inflammation of the brain. It starts as a virus that usually resolves itself, but in the cases that it worsens, it can invade the central nervous system and cause encephalitis. Eastern Equine encephalitis (EEE) is the most common encephalitis and can affect humans and horses.

Malaria

Eradicated in the US in the 1940s, malaria continues to kill millions in Africa each year. Malaria is both preventable and treatable. To help fight the spread of malaria, Mosquito Squad is a proud supporter of Malaria No More, a nonprofit working to make sure every family in Africa has timely access to the tools they need to prevent, diagnose and treat malaria.

Zika Virus

Spread through the bite of an infected mosquito, the Zika virus is an emerging virus garnering much media-attention. Symptoms of the virus include fever, skin rash, and conjunctivitis and typically last less than a week. A connection between Zika in pregnant women and birth defects is currently being investigated.

Chikungunya

With outbreaks in Africa, Asia, and Europe, the Chikungunya virus was first found in the Americas in 2013 in the Caribbean. This mosquito-borne disease causes fever, joint pain, headaches, rash and swelling. There is currently no vaccine for chikungunya and travelers to affected areas are encouraged to protect themselves against mosquito bites.