Mosquito Barrier Service
If mosquitoes have taken over your backyard patio area, get the mosquito barrier service solutions you need to avoid itchy, painful, and sometimes severe bites. Mosquitoes are more than just a nuisance; they carry many severe and even deadly diseases. In the United States, West Nile and Zika are the most prevalent mosquito-borne illnesses, killing hundreds of people each year. Mosquitoes cause more human suffering than any other organism — over one million people worldwide die from mosquito-borne diseases every year. Don’t allow this fact to keep you lying awake at night; get an effective mosquito service for your home from the most trusted mosquito authority in the MidSouth – 901 Pest Control. Please keep reading to learn how we effectively control mosquito infestations or call now to get started with a free inspection.
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Professional Mosquito Infestation Control
If you need help ridding your commercial or residential property of these creepy, blood-sucking pests, our team offers a few different approaches worth learning about. We’ll determine the extent of your property’s infestation and decide which of the following control solutions would be best for your unique situation.
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Life Stages of Aedes Mosquitoes
- Adult, female mosquitoes lay their eggs on the inner, wet walls of containers with water, above the waterline.
- Mosquitoes generally lay 100 eggs at a time.
- Eggs are very hardy; they stick to the walls of a container like glue and can survive drying out for up to 8 months— even over the winter in the southern United States.
- It only takes a very small amount of water to attract a female mosquito. Bowls, cups, fountains, tires, barrels, vases and any other container storing water makes for a great “nursery.”
- Larvae emerge from mosquito eggs, but only after the water level rises to cover the eggs. This means that rainwater or humans adding water to containers with eggs will trigger the larvae to emerge.
- Larvae feed on microorganisms in the water. After molting three times, the larva becomes a pupa.
- Pupae will develop until the body of the newly formed adult flying mosquito emerges from the pupal skin and leaves the water.
- After adult mosquitoes emerge: male mosquitoes feed on nectar from flowers and female mosquitoes feed on humans and animals for blood to produce eggs.
- Female mosquitoes are the ones that bite and feed on blood. After feeding, female mosquitoes will look for water sources to lay more eggs.
- Aedes aegypti only flies a few blocks during its life.
- Unlike other mosquito species, Aedes aegypti mosquitoes prefer to bite people.
- Aedes aegypti mosquitoes prefer to live near people. They can be found inside homes, buildings, and businesses where window and door screens are not used or doors are left propped open.
OUR MOSQUITO BARRIER SOLUTIONS
Get rid of mosquitoes and enjoy your back yard again! A 901 Pest Control certified service technician will treat your yard for an immediate knockdown of mosquito population and show you how to help prevent mosquitoes from breeding on your property.
901 Pest Control will apply products to those areas where mosquitoes rest and breed to significantly reduce populations and help provide a protective barrier against those annoying mosquito bites! Please note that the 901 Pest Control Mosquito Barrier service is done on a monthly basis from March through October. However, you can start the service and see good results even in mid-to-late summer in the Midsouth region.
Ongoing applications are applied every 25-35 days targeting adult mosquitoes as well as their developing eggs and larvae. This works to greatly reduce the mosquitoes and help keep the population in check, preventing them from being a nuisance to you and your family.
Comprehensive Pest Control
We recommend our mosquito barrier services as a general pest control life-hack. That’s because our mosquito product is also effective on a wide variety of outdoor pests, such as ants, roaches, and especially spiders, ticks and even wasps! This one service can help keep all these pests at bay with our professional mosquito prevention treatments.