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Mosquito Control

Mosquitoes might not be the first thing you think of when it comes to pest control, but in reality, mosquitoes continue to not only be a nuisance, but spread deadly diseases as well.

Why Mosquito Control is Important

Mosquitoes and the diseases they carry can cause serious health issues to Arizona residents. Maricopa county is a hot bed for mosquito activity.

You don’t have to be a victim you can fight back!

Aside from Mosquito Fogging, here are some tips on how to reduce mosquito activity around your home:

  1. Check flower pots and other containers for excess water
  1. Flush out the water in bird-baths and fountains every few days
  1. Remove water that collects in depressions in tarps covering boats and other equipment or objects.
  2. Rinse off water collecting on backyard trampolines and other items.
  1. Keep rain gutters free of leaves and other debris that prevent water from draining.
  1. Correct drainage problems in yards and playing fields to prevent rain and irrigation water from pooling for prolonged periods; report drainage problems in ditches or along roadways.
  1. Repair leaky pipes and outside faucets, and connect open waste-water drains to a sewage system or construct separate sump or leach lines.

With education and awareness, we can limit the health threat posed by these pests in our community.

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Number of deaths annually caused by mosquitoes (world wide)

Why we offer Mosquito Fogging

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Mosquito Treatment

Many pest control companies in Arizona only spray chemicals over the tops of bushes and foliage. While this creates a layer of protection it doesn’t quite penetrate to all areas where mosquitoes live and breed. A much more effective method of dealing with and preventing mosquito problems in the first place is our fogging treatment. This ensures a much more thorough treatment of mosquitoes for your home.

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What homeowners can do to help prevent mosquitos

Arizona stays warm enough that mosquitos breed all year long. Standing water, even a little, is a haven for mosquito activity. Flower pots, bird feeders, old tires, wheelbarrows, and buckets are just a few places of you should be wary of. Keeping your property free from clutter and debris and checking for puddles of water are some of the best ways to prevent mosquitos from making your home theirs.

West Nile and other Diseases in Arizona

Mosquitos are uniquely dangerous because of the diseases they carry. While you have heard of Zika, and Dengue, West Nile (WNV) is by far the most common mosquito-bourne disease in Arizona.  Since there are currently no human vaccines to treat West Nile Virus, the Arizona Department of Health Services recommends avoiding mosquito bites by wearing protective clothing and using EPA approved Insect Repellent that contains Permethrin.

West Nile virus cases are common between May and October, coinciding with peak mosquito activity in the Arizona.

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