Mosquitoes are blood sucking insects that feed on birds, dogs, cats, mice, rats and other warm blooded animals. Mosquito breed in all kinds of water from small containers to treeholes and in old tires and in large bodies of water like ponds and mashes. Mosquitoes don’t care if the water is salty or fresh, or polluted.
Mosquitoes can be controlled either as adults or larvae. Adult mosquitoes can fly away from the breeding site and become difficult to find. Controlling mosquitoes after they reach the adult stang requires expensive equipment. Mosquitoe treating equipment must create a very fine mist for the insecticide to kill adult mosquitoes.
Many times mosquitoes that are a problem to homeowners result from a problematic breeding site that is in ther own backyard. Water-holding containers suck as bird baths, treeholes, tires, tin cans, uncovered boats, leaf clogged gutters all are mosquitoe breeding sites.
Emptying the water from these places can be a quick and effective way to reduce mosquito populations around your home. These following tips can also help reduce your mosquito breeding places.
- Empty all buckets, tires, bottles, uncovered containers which hold water – this will prevent mosquitoes from laying eggs.
- Change bird bath and pet bowls at least once a week
- Stock ponds witn fish eating mosquitoes – The gambusia
Our Mosquito Treatment
D & D Pest Control Co. will protect your family (and pets) from the nuisance and danger of mosquitoes by focusing on the areas of your yard and property where mosquitoes are most likely to breed and harbor. Once applied, D & D Pest Control Co. provides even greater protection as mosquitoes attempt to feed off your greenery, as the residue from the mosquitoe treatment will kill them in ther tracks.
For best protection, season-long control is highly recommended, every 21 days. D & D Pest Control Co. will text or call you in advance of an upcoming service and leave you notice that we’ve been there. You don’t even need to be home during the application. Just make sure all gates are unlocked.