How To Keep The Mosquitoes Out Of Your Backyard In East Cobb

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The Life Cycle Of Common Mosquitoes

A mosquito’s life cycle goes through four different stages, namely:

  • The egg stage: Female mosquitoes lay eggs in water, at which point they are ready to hatch in just a few days, although the process can last longer if the conditions aren’t right.
  • The larva stage: After hatching, the mosquitoes become larvae, and during this stage, they will molt and grow.
  • The pupa stage: At the pupa stage, the mosquito is resting and is not feeding just yet. However, that stage only lasts a few days.
  • The adult stage: After the three stages above are completed, the mosquito finally turns into an adult. This is when it can start to feed on nectar and blood.

Because the mosquito life cycle can take anywhere between a week to several months, it is important to select mosquito control methods that can address all the life cycle stages.

The Infectious Diseases Mosquitoes Are Known To Spread

There are many infectious diseases you can get from mosquitoes. In fact, they are responsible for the largest number of animal-related human deaths every year around the globe. Some of the diseases mosquitoes can spread include malaria, Zika virus, West Nile virus, Chikungunya, dengue, and most specifically in the Georgia area, the Eastern equine encephalitis virus and the LaCrosse virus. Fortunately, it is possible to rid your yard of mosquitoes with five simple tips.

Five Simple Ways To Prevent Mosquitoes In Your Yard

If you are ready to be in control of your yard again, here are five simple home remedies to keep mosquitoes away you can try right now:

  1. Get rid of any sources of stagnant water: Mosquitoes need stagnant water to lay eggs, and it doesn’t have to be a lot of it either. Getting rid of anything that collects rainwater, such as children’s toys, car tires, buckets, etc. is a good start.
  2. Use water aerators in bird baths and ponds: If getting rid of all stagnant water is not possible, breaking the surface tension on the water fixtures you need to keep can prevent mosquitoes from laying eggs.
  3. Clear out yard debris: Yard debris such as wood piles and leaf piles can serve as shelter for mosquitoes. Keeping your yard tidy and clean can help deter mosquitoes.
  4. Get your rain gutters inspected regularly: Rain gutters can be a great place for mosquitoes to reproduce. By getting them inspected and cleaned regularly, you can both deter mosquitoes and prevent overflow and rot.
  5. Spray or mist your yard with insecticides: Mosquito misting and spraying are very effective at keeping mosquitoes at bay, and are safe when done by a professional.

If your efforts to keep mosquitoes away from your property are not working out as well as you would like, it might be time to reach out to a quality pest control company.

The Best Way To Keep The Mosquitoes Out Of Your Backyard

The best way to keep mosquitoes out of your backyard is to combine natural ways to get rid of mosquitoes in your yard, like eliminating sources of standing water, along with professional treatments. From mosquito misting and spraying, or even special events spraying, our team of licensed technicians can help you select effective and reliable methods to keep your family safe. Contact us today to schedule an inspection and get your personalized quote.

Mosquitoes cause painful and itchy bites and are vectors of diseases. But keeping them away from your property does not have to be difficult, and only requires prevention methods you can do on your own in addition to professional pest control methods that are both safe and effective.

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