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What Is The Most Effective Mosquito Control For My East Cobb Yard?


Mosquito control in East Cobb can be incredibly challenging because our warm, humid climate provides the perfect conditions for them to thrive. Many over-the-counter products marketed for DIY mosquito control are ineffective or only work for a short time. If you dread spending another summer fighting mosquitoes in the yard, there is a better solution. 

This article will review more about mosquitoes and some of the dangers they bring with them. We'll also explain how the most effective form of mosquito control comes from working with professionals and include some tips from the pros at Tuxedo Mosquito Control to help prevent mosquitoes from returning.

What Exactly Are Mosquitoes?

Most people know a mosquito when they see one, or even more likely, hear one buzzing around their head. Female mosquitoes bite people and animals because they need blood to produce their eggs. After receiving their blood meal, they lay around 300 eggs in stagnant water, and the eggs become adults within two weeks.

This rapid breeding cycle helps to explain how mosquitoes can become such a problem in the backyard. A mosquito control company that can treat these pests' entire life cycle can help you better eliminate them. Contact us at Tuxedo Mosquito Control to learn more about our services, including how we treat standing water for mosquitoes.

Is Every Mosquito Dangerous?

Mosquitoes in East Cobb are disease vectors, which means they can pick up a disease when they bite a person or animal and then spread it to the next person or animal they bite. Not every mosquito that bites you will carry disease, but they all have the potential. This list includes the possible diseases spread by mosquitoes in our area:

  • West Nile Virus
  • Chikungunya
  • Tularemia
  • Encephalitis
  • Dengue

These viruses are most active in Georgia from late spring through the fall. That makes spring the perfect time to start treating your yard for mosquitoes to help protect your family from mosquito-borne illnesses. Contact us at Tuxedo Mosquito Control to request your free mosquito control quote or learn more about our treatment services.

What Are Some Natural Ways To Prevent Mosquitoes Around My Yard?

Because mosquitoes are so prevalent in our area, it is impossible to eliminate all of them. But when you combine prevention techniques with professional mosquito control, you can help to keep mosquitoes away from your yard. Here are some natural ways to keep mosquitoes away you can start using today:

  • Use a small fan to keep mosquitoes away from your patio while sitting outside.
  • Regularly check your property for any containers with standing water, including children's toys, grill covers, and flower pots, and empty them.
  • Keep the grass cut short and remove excess vegetation.
  • Keep your swimming pool water circulating to prevent mosquitoes from laying eggs.
  • To protect yourself, avoid going outside at dusk and dawn, and when you do, wear long sleeves and pants to help prevent bites.

These natural tips can help, but working with a professional company like Tuxedo Mosquito Control is the best way to keep mosquitoes out of your yard. We're here to help you eliminate your mosquito problem and prevent them from returning.

What's The Best Way To Keep Mosquitoes Away?

If you are ready to reclaim your backyard and get rid of mosquitoes, call in the pros at Tuxedo Mosquito Control. Our mosquito technicians use the most up-to-date solutions and techniques to combat the mosquito population on your property. Contact us today to learn more or request a free quote to protect your family from these troublesome pests.

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 I would highly recommend Tuxedo Mosquito. Very professional organization. Installation was quick and service has been great. My wife, who seems to be a "mosquito magnet" spent the entire summer in our backyard without getting bit. Money well spent

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