We can’t emphasize enough how important it is to make sure your yard is as safe as it can be from mosquitoes. Removing standing water and investing in professional mosquito control is paramount in protecting yourself and your family from these pests. Mosquitoes like to breed in even the shallowest pools of water, so let’s try and get rid of any opportunities for them to set up camp in your back yard.
We’re at the peak of mosquito season here in North Carolina, and experts recommend doing one thing to keep the pests out of your yard. It’s impossible to completely get rid of mosquitoes, exterminators say, but getting rid of still water in your backyard will make a huge difference. Mosquitoes bite us as part of their breeding cycle, and experts say they usually stay very close to where they breed. That means the best way to get rid of them is to get rid of those potential breeding places.
Our homes are a space for enjoyment, relaxation, sanctuary, comfort and safety, so the last thing you need is these buzzing critters making your haven a misery.
We found this useful checklist for protecting your home against these pests.
Mosquitoes are not just annoying – some mosquitoes can carry serious diseases. Remember, it’s best to try to prevent mosquitoes getting into your home in the first place! Follow this simple checklist to stop mosquitoes breeding on your property and from getting inside your home.
What tips do you have for keeping your property pest free? When was the last time you checked your mosquito control? These disease spreading, needle nosed bugs are proving to be a problem all year round. Don’t just wait for mosquito season. Be safe 365 days a year!