The mosquito is classified as a stinging insect and flying insect. The species has a unique set of eyes, which consists of small visual units known as “ommatidia”. The compound eyes allow the mosquito to view its surrounding in three-dimensional form.
Mosquitoes have two wings, two antennas, and a banded abdomen. The legs are elbow-shaped, with a tibia, tarsus, and femur. The body is divided into three sections, including the abdomen (lower section), thorax (mid-section), and head (top section).
Mosquitoes spread diseases through bites, transferring bacterium to the victim’s bloodstream. These “blood-suckers” spread a broad range of illnesses, including the Zika virus, plague, malaria, West Nile virus, yellow fever, chikungunya, and dengue.
Mosquito-borne illnesses are dangerous to pregnant women and their fetuses. The bite of a mosquito infected with the Zika virus bites the mother. The virus spreads to the mother who spreads the virus to her unborn fetus. The unborn fetus may develop microcephaly, a condition characterized by a smaller than normal head.
We have joined forces with other local pest control companies and contractors to minimize the local mosquito population. Our high-quality pesticides and eco-friendly treatments are effective in eradicating mosquitoes in all settings.
The bite of an infected mosquito poses a grave danger for you and your family. People who live in mosquito-ridden areas are at the highest risk of developing malaria and other related illnesses.
When visiting mosquito-ridden areas, you can protect yourself by utilizing deterrents, mesh netting, thick clothing, and light-colored attire. Utilizing essential oils, such as eucalyptus, lavender, citronella, thyme, cinnamon, and tea tree, may help keep mosquitoes at bay.
Our Mosquito Experts
Our technicians specialize in mosquito management. These experts have successfully completed accredited courses to above their pest control certifications. They will not hesitate to step in to help a local community member combat mosquito problems.