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Mosquito Awareness And vector-borne diseases
Before we started this business, there were so many things we didn’t know about mosquitoes. Important things. Serious things. Scary things. But now we know mosquitoes don’t just make you itch – and it’s our mission to make sure everyone else knows that too. So we put together a free guide to share with our customers and the general public. Inside you’ll find what you need to know about mosquitoes, mosquito-borne disease, and mosquito control:
- THE 5 THINGS EVERY MOM SHOULD KNOW ABOUT MOSQUITOES
- 7 THINGS EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT PROFESSIONAL MOSQUITO CONTROL
- 3 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR DOCTOR ABOUT MOSQUITO-BORNE DISEASE
- 4 THINGS TO LOOK FOR IN A REPELLENT
- HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM MOSQUITOES
- SO YOU’VE BEEN BITTEN? 4 SYMPTOMS TO LOOK OUT FOR
our mosquito awareness guide
MOSQUITOES aRE OUR BUSINESS
We at Mosquito Authority aim to give you and your family peace of mind by eliminating mosquitoes from your outdoor space. Apart from being a bothersome pest, mosquitoes also transmit dangerous diseases such as Zika virus, malaria, dengue fever, and more.
In this guide we have provided precautions that can be taken to help prevent mosquito bites, as well as additional steps when an infestation happens.
Don’t wait until mosquitoes have invaded your backyard to do something about it. Find your local Mosquito Authority company here.
how You can protect yourself from infected
WHAT CAN I DO TO KEEP MOSQUITOES OUT OF MY YARD?
- Work to remove any standing water in your yard.
- Regularly trim your grass and plants.
- Remove objects that collect water, such tarps and buckets.
- Purchase foliage that repels (or doesn’t attract) mosquitoes.
- Schedule regular mosquito control treatments.
Mosquitoes Don’t Just
Make You Itch.
It’s more important than ever that you protect your family from mosquitoes. While everyone knows that mosquitoes are a nuisance, they can also be exceptionally dangerous. Mosquitoes transmit serious illnesses, even in the U.S., leading to severe consequences.
176 species of mosquitoes present in the United States.
Mosquitoes transmit 28 diseases including West Nile, Encephalitis, Dengue, & Malaria.
Mosquito-borne diseases kill more people each year worldwide than any other single factor: nearly 700 million people contract mosquito-borne illnesses yearly, with close to 1 million dying as a result.
Mosquito Control FAQs
Answer: We ask that you give us 48 hours of notice to get to your property. Depending on our schedule, we may be able to be there faster.
Answer: That will depend on your unique situation. Oftentimes, we can eliminate mosquitoes after just one visit. However, we’ll want to set up a commercial or residential mosquito repellant plan to ensure that they stay away.
Answer: Contact your local team for details on pricing in your area.
Answer: Check out our free mosquito awareness guide below! It has a lot of useful tips on how to prevent infestations, and what to do when they occur.
No Mosquitoes. GUARANTEED.While nothing can eliminate every mosquito from your property, our service works so well we guarantee you won’t be bothered by mosquitoes between treatments. If you are? Well, all you have to do is call. We’ll come back out, re-assess your property, and, if necessary, re-treat at no additional charge.
No Commitments, No Contracts. Cancel Anytime.We’re so confident in our mosquito barrier treatment services, we don’t require long-term commitments. The most effective way to keep mosquitoes under control is to set up a regular maintenance program. Some exterminators ask customers to commit to regular treatments in advance, but that’s not how we do business at Mosquito Authority. We’re so confident that you’ll love our services, you choose to enlist our team for future treatments without any contracts.
For more information on the
mosquito-borne disease: the zika virus
The Zika Trap project is a nation-wide, community-based initiative to track & monitor the types of mosquitoes capable of transmitting diseases like Zika – and you can help! You set the traps, collect the eggs, and mail them back to us. We grow the mosquitoes, ID the adults, and update the database. Visit ZIKATRAP.COM to learn more.
Scientists across the globe are studying Zika, and more information is available every day. To help you stay informed, we’ve created an information site and Facebook page that focuses on keeping you up to date on Zika-related news and helping you reduce your risk of contracting the virus. Visit STOPZIKA.ORG to learn more.
As the summer starts to hit, you will be using your backyards more and more often. While we are having fun, playing with our friends and family, mosquitoes are often