Lake Nona Has an Ally in the Fight Against Mosquitoes
Due to the sheer numbers of mosquitoes found in Central Florida, residents have joked that the mosquito has now taken over as Florida's state bird. Any Florida resident knows that sitting in the backyard on a warm summer night can be an exercise in futility, unless the yard has been properly treated for mosquitoes. This has helped to make us the mosquito control Lake Nona counts on to make yards a lot more comfortable and inviting.
Lake Nona Mosquito Control is Paramount to Enjoying Outdoor Spaces
Who wants to be forced into wearing long pants and long sleeves on a warm day, or spraying sticky mosquito sprays on skin? The better option once you've discovered a mosquito infestation in your yard is to call the experts in mosquito eradication to solve the problem.
Well educated and well equipped technicians know the specific treatments needed for the most effective Lake Nona mosquito control. We know where mosquitoes hide and we go to the source for a solution that really works. Mosquitoes are attracted to any source of water, and they look for the carbon dioxide emitted when people breathe. They find exactly what they want in Central Florida backyards.
The Two Main Things Mosquitoes Need
The two main things mosquitoes are looking for when they decide to settle in your yard are food in the form of blood meals that contain protein, which they get from Florida residents, and attractive breeding grounds. Mosquitoes breed in wet areas, and especially in sources of standing water. You may not even realize that these water sources are nearby, but mosquitoes have a real knack for finding them.
Planters left in the rain can fill with water and so can other items like discarded tires, children's pools, planter saucers, water dishes for pets and bird baths. In nature, mosquitoes find ponds, rivers, creeks, streams and puddles to be ideal for their breeding purposes. They can be pretty creative when it comes to finding the perfect place to call home and to multiply. And mosquitoes do know how to multiply. In fact, a single female mosquito can lay 500 eggs at a time.
Mosquitoes are More Than Nuisance Pests
When mosquitoes bite, the bumps and welts they leave behind are itchy and annoying. The bigger problem is that mosquitoes are also carriers of some of the world's most serious illnesses, making getting rid of them more important than ever before. They can cause diseases like West Nile Virus, Malaria, Encephalitis, Yellow and Dengue Fevers and the one in the news most recently, the Zika virus that leads to Zika Fever. Side effects from Zika alone include Microcephaly in infants and Guillain-Barre Syndrome in adults.
Removing Mosquitoes Enhances Safety and Comfort
Making your yard an attractive, safer and pest-free place to be is your goal and our goal as well when you call the mosquito control Lake Nona trusts. We'll be out promptly to advise you about your specific situation, the level of mosquito infestation you have, and where mosquitoes are coming from and breeding.
Then we'll begin treatment, and return again for more treatment if that's necessary to keep your yard as free from these uninvited and unwelcome pests as possible. Our years of experience and specialized expertise in mosquito eradication make us a terrific resource for Lake Nona mosquito control. Your yard will soon become the place where everyone will want to gather to create the best warm weather memories together. We hope to become your best ally in your goal to have a mosquito free yard.
Call today and make an appointment. (407) 269-8400.