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Effective Mosquito Infestation Pest Control Service for Your Home

Fight the Bite

Mosquitoes suck, literally. That’s why XPERTS mosquito control service targets these pests so they don’t target you.

XPERTS mosquito service plan provides:

  • A combination of treatments to break the mosquito’s life cycle, preventing larvae from becoming breeding, biting, and potentially disease-carrying adults
  • Monthly or one-time treatments during mosquito season safe for family and pets

Problems due to Mosquito infestation:

1. Malaria

Malaria is a disease caused by a parasite that is passed through the bloodstream of humans by the bite of an infected mosquito. Only the Anopheles species of mosquitoes can transmit malaria, and the mosquitoes pick up the parasite from the bite of a person already infected with the disease. People with malaria usually get very sick and have a high fever, teeth-squeezing chills, and muscle aches. Significant disease and death can typically be avoided if caught early and treated.

2. Chikungunya

Chikungunya virus spreads to humans through the bite of the infected mosquito. Fever and joint pain are the most common signs of infection. Other signs can include headache, muscle pain, swelling of the joint, or rash. There is no vaccine to prevent or cure chikungunya virus infection.

3. Dengue

Dengue fever, also known as breakbone fever, is a mosquito-borne infection that can lead to serious flu-like illness. It is caused by four separate viruses and spreads by bites of infected Aedes mosquitoes. A pregnant woman already infected with dengue can pass the virus to her fetus during pregnancy or around the time of birth. Symptoms include aching muscles and joints, body rash that can disappear and then reappear, high fever, intense headache, pain behind the eyes, vomiting, and feeling nauseous. There are currently no vaccines. The best method of prevention is to avoid mosquito bites.

4. Yellow fever

Yellow fever virus is transmitted to people primarily through the bite of infected Aedes or Haemagogus species mosquitoes. Mosquitoes acquire the virus by feeding on infected primates (human or non-human) and then can transmit the virus to other primates (human or non-human). People infected with the yellow fever virus are infectious to mosquitoes. Severe symptoms include High fever, Yellow skin (jaundice), Bleeding, Shock, Organ failure.

5. Zika Virus

Zika virus disease is caused by a mosquito-borne virus that is still circulating in many parts of the world and continues to be a public health concern. While the symptoms of Zika virus disease are typically mild, Zika virus infection has been linked to serious health conditions, particularly in babies of mothers who were infected with Zika virus while pregnant. Zika virus symptoms include Fever, Rash, Headache, Joint pain, Red eyes, Muscle pain

Signs of Mosquito infestation:

Mosquito Bites can cause, ranging from mildly irritating to intensely inflamed with swelling. Only the female mosquito bites humans, the males feed on nectar and other sweet things.

  1. Adults are attracted to standing water, including water trays from house plants and water bowls, where eggs are laid
  2. You can see them lingering in dim and shady areas.
  3. Larvae of mosquitoes in stagnant water.
  4. Mosquitoes make an annoying high-pitched buzzing sound.
  5. You See Them Hovering Over Food in Kitchen
  6. They Live in an Area With Humid Weather
  7. Experiencing increased Itching/Appearance of Bites
  8. More Scratching At Night
  9. Mosquitoes thrive in areas where there is standing water. The incidence of mosquito infestation increases during the wet seasons of the year requiring control. Damp, hot climates attract mosquitoes, providing them with the perfect breeding grounds for mosquito infestations.

Get Professional Mosquitoes Pest Control Help

A combination of four methods is used in the most effective and environmentally friendly pest control programs:

  1. Mosquito Surveillance:
  2. Source Reduction
  3. Larviciding
  4. Adulticiding

1. Mosquito Surveillance:

Mosquito surveillance is a prerequisite to an efficient & environmentally sound mosquito control program. Surveillance is used to define the nature & extent of the mosquito problem & to gauge daily mosquito control operations.

2. Source Reduction:

Source reduction is also known as physical or permanent control. Source reduction is usually the most effective & economical of the mosquito control techniques available and is accomplished by eliminating mosquito breeding sites or sources. Source reduction is important in Integrated Mosquito Management as it can virtually eliminate the need for pesticide use in and adjacent to the affected habitat.

3. Larviciding:

Larviciding is a general term for killing immature mosquitoes by applying agents collectively called larvicides to control mosquito production. Most mosquito species spent much of their life cycle in the harmful stage. Adult mosquitoes are often inaccessible and are widely distributed. So effective larviciding can reduce the number of mosquitoes available to disperse. The effective control of larvae/pupae is a basic principle of Technical pest management.

4. Adulticiding:

Chemical treatment for adult mosquitoes is the most visible form of mosquito control. The process of adulticiding is a stepwise process that often is considered the method of last resort in an Xperts pest control services approach to mosquito control. Appropriate equipment & chemical must be chosen for adulticiding. The chemical must reach the adult mosquitoes using the most appropriate available methods. Space sprays typically used ultra-low volume referred to as cold fogging. The space spray is short-lived & not expected to have a residual effect. For long-term effects, residual spray surface treatments are used which are used to kill or exclude adults from a resting site.

Fogging Operations:

This is done with thermal Foggers that use an oil carrier that is heated to disperse the pesticides in a dense smoke-like fog. The best time to kill adult mosquitoes by fogging is at dusk when they are most active and looking for food. The amount of insecticide used to fog for adult mosquitoes is much smaller than that used to spray fruit & vegetable insect pests. The Chemical used for fogging is a synthetic pyrethroid.

Mosquito Control FAQ's

With overall 20+ years of expertise in pest management, we believe our people, standards, and measures followed by us are the foundation of our business and the key ingredients for our success.
The first pest control service in the country by keeping abreast of the latest developments and use only those chemicals which are approved by WHOPES and EPA.
Swarming mosquitoes, as well as mosquito bites in your premises during dawn and dusk hours, is a big indication of mosquito infestation in your premises. The presence of larvae in standing water also confirms the infestation of mosquitoes on the premises.
Mosquitoes are the major carriers of vector-borne diseases like Dengue, Zika Virus, Yellow fever, Chikungunya, Malaria, and Japanese B encephalitis
Although many mosquito repellents are available on the market, it is recommended that you use a professional pest control service provider to find a long-term solution to your mosquito problem. XPERTS Pest Control Services address mosquito infestation at every stage of the mosquito life cycle.

For more information on our termite treatments, please call at +91 9866990067 or +91 9441027666 or Email us at info@xpertspestcontrol.com
One way to prevent mosquitoes from entering the house is by closing doors and windows in the dark. Also, curtains can be used to block the light from the house. Another method to prevent mosquitoes from entering the house is to fix mosquito screens on windows.
All of our mosquito infestation treatment is non-toxic and is not harmful to children, pets, or adults. We follow all guidelines that comply with the government rules for the chemical treatment we undergo.

For more information on our termite treatments, please call at +91-9866990067 or +91-9441027666 or Email us at info@xpertspestcontrol.com

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