MOSQUITOES; WORLD’S DEADLIEST ANIMALS!

 In Auburn, Mosquitos, Pest Control

Mosquito Borne Disease

Mosquitoes are responsible for more human deaths than anything else in the world.  That is a heavy statement, but it is true.  While most of these cases are found in South America and Africa, these is still a minor problem here in the United States.  The most common mosquito borne disease is the West Nile Virus.  In the United States during the last 10 years, there have been just under 25,000 reported cases and just under 1,100 deaths.  In 2014, the first cases of another dangerous disease were confirmed, the Chikungunya Virus. The most common symptoms are fever and joint pain. Other symptoms may include headache, muscle pain, joint swelling, or rash.

Mosquitoes are also particularly harmful to pets.  Mosquitoes are the number one transmitters of heartworms to dogs and cats.

What do they eat and why do they bite me?

Mosquitoes feed on vegetation for the essential nutrients they need to survive.  Only female mosquitoes bite humans and animals.  They do this to get proteins out of the blood needed to reproduce.

What can you do to help eliminate your risk of being bitten by mosquitoes?

  1. Regularly empty out any containers that hold water
  2. Clean out gutters
  3. Remove any decaying material such as grass clippings
  4. Eliminate dark damp areas from yard
  5. Call SafeSpray Pest Control

SafeSpray Mosquito, Flea, & Tick Control

One of our trained professionals will treat all of the vegetation on your property. When the mosquitoes and other pests go to rest in or feed on the vegetation, they will ingestion the solution and die. This effectively sets up a barrier around the property. Under normal conditions, the solution will dry in 30 minutes posing a negligible chance of transferring to people or animals that brush against the vegetation. Once the solution has dried, there is no odor or visible residue. Our treatments will provide you and your family a pest free yard for 21 days. We will come back and reapply every three weeks throughout the mosquito season.

Call us today to TAKE BACK YOUR YARD!

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