Get Rid Of Mosquitoes Around Your Home

When mosquitoes invade your yard, the bright sunny weather can quickly turn dim, and with the increase in rain, the problem will only get worse.

Why does water attract mosquitoes? Because that’s where they lay their eggs.

Many think that since they don’t have a pool or bird bath, these blood sucking insects will leave their yard alone. But they fail to realize that they can reproduce in the most unconventional of places.

For instance, oftentimes mosquitoes will find standing water in trashcans, hoses and other places you may not have thought about. Your home could be a breeding ground for them and you wouldn’t even know it.

Mosquitoes Cause Serious Problems

Mosquitoes cause more human suffering than any other organism. Just think about all the diseases these troublesome little pests carry. From Malaria to West Nile Virus and Chikungunya, keeping these bugs at bay is more than about not being itchy.

In 2013, doctors diagnosed four human cases of West Nile Virus in Davidson County alone. Scientists have yet to identify any mosquitoes with the virus this year, but they expect that to change as the rain continues to increase.

What You Can Do About It:

The best way to prevent infection from a mosquito is to avoid getting bitten, but that can be hard to do when your yard has been overrun by them. U.S. Pest offers mosquito control services to help reduce the number of them around your home.

When you sign up for this incredible service, you will receive:

  • A mosquito control treatment preparation checklist.
  • Monthly mosquito control treatments from March to October.
  • Additional treatments as needed at no extra cost.

Start Enjoying Your Yard Again!

If mosquitoes have invaded your yard, take measures to get rid of them today. You don’t need to spend another minute living with a yard full of these harmful bugs.

U.S. Pest will work with you to transform your mosquito infested yard into a welcoming retreat where you can enjoy time outdoors without the threat of getting bitten.

Contact us today to start receiving your monthly mosquito control treatments!