In most areas of Massachusetts you may be annoyed with mosquito’s flying around and hindering your outside experience in the evening. Although some areas of our Bay State are more susceptible to larger volumes of mosquitoes than others, they are certainly an unwanted pest to ruin your plans. Mosquitoes are irritating but they also may be carriers of serious diseases.
By working together we have ways to prevent and remove mosquitoes on your property. The best well known ways to prevent mosquito’s is to eliminate standing water around your property, prevent stagnant water from collecting in objects, checking gutters for proper drainage, keeping your lawn trimmed, moving play structures or patio equipment away from dense foliage and possible using fans to keep the air circulating where you are congregating.
If you are unsuccessful with these prevention tips we have an enhanced solution for home and business owners, we have products to minimize the mosquito population at your home and offer additional techniques to keep them away from your property. Our products removes adult and larval mosquitoes and their eggs so you can enjoy the outdoors during dusk and dawn without having to worrying about mosquito bites.
When a mosquito bites it injects saliva which contains an anesthetic and anticoagulant that prevent the blood from clotting in the puncture wound. These chemicals often produce an allergic response ranging from the typical small red bump to much rarer episodes of severe systemic reactions.
While primarily a nuisance, mosquitoes represent a serious public health threat because of their ability to transmit life-threatening diseases such as dengue, yellow fever, chikungunya and West Nile Virus. According to the World Health Organization, there are more than one million deaths a year attributable to the diseases carried by mosquitoes. That makes them the deadliest animal on the planet. Not only can mosquitoes carry diseases that afflicts humans, but they also transmit several diseases and parasites that dogs and horses are very susceptible to.