Here’s an amazing statistic: mosquitoes are responsible for more human deaths each year than any other animal. That’s because they can pass along a host of diseases from malaria to dengue fever that claim millions of lives.
HOW TO IDENTIFY MOSQUITOS
If you live in North Carolina then you know that mosquitoes here are no joke! Mosquitoes have a tendency of ruining outdoor fun and they also expose us to insect-borne disease. Mosquitoes present both a public health concern and a community nuisance to citizens, particularly with emerging mosquito-transmitted diseases such as Zika and West Nile Virus, Eastern Equine, and LaCrosse encephalitis.
Lucky for you, Pro Chem Pest Management has you covered, offering a variety of services so you and your family can enjoy the outdoors. Whether you are looking to have us keep your yard bite-free all summer or planning a special outdoor event, we have the right service for you. We've dealt with a wide array of yards and know exactly what to look for, making sure to not only eliminate the mosquitoes you already have, but to also identify and remove any places that mosquitoes could breed or live.
HOW PRO CHEM HANDLES MOSQUITOS
The best control for mosquito populations is the removal of standing water sources which support their existence. When sources cannot be permanently eliminated, then various physical, chemical, or biological control measures can be put in place. One such method is the use of larviciding pesticides which control the breeding of mosquitoes while they are in their larval or pupal stages.
The program's control (of mosquitoes) philosophy is a preventive, long term one whereby we attempt to interfere or stop the mosquito's life cycle before they become biting adults capable of transmitting disease and creating community nuisances. Since mosquitoes go through several growth stages in standing water prior to emerging as flying adults, control strategies always focus on identifying, managing, treating and eliminating artificial and natural bodies of standing water capable of supporting mosquito populations.