Mosquito Exterminators, Control & Removal
Serving Georgia & Tennessee
Mosquitoes are small flying insects that have ruined outdoor fun for most people at one time or another. They fly around, annoy us, and females have the ability to bite with their long mouthparts and leave behind red, itchy welts. They range in size from 1/8th- 3/8th of an inch in length. They are gray to black in color- some may have green or blue markings on them.
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Our specialists inspect your property to determine potential sites that retain water, vital to mosquito breeding, and shaded areas, where adult mosquitoes rest. These sites include structural and natural areas, such as flat roofs, blocked or poorly drained rain gutters, drainage lines from air conditioning units, as well as landscape features including ditches, tree holes, heavy weeds or shrubs. In short, any place likely to hold water or shaded resting sites.
As part of our comprehensive mosquito management program, we’ll reduce breeding and resting sites, and implement a proper treatment program to control mosquitoes. Treatment methods work to prevent new mosquitoes from emerging and to cut down adult populations as well as establish barriers for ongoing mosquito reduction. Other mosquito treatment methods may also include fogging or sprays. Contact Allgood Pest Solutions today to learn more.
Why Choose MayDay Pest Solutions?
When you need protection from pests, you can count on Allgood Pest Solutions. Here’s a few reasons why:
We are QualityPro Certified
We are ranked the 29th largest pest control company in the US
We offer the Allgood Repair Warranty- 100% Guarantee against any damage while under warranty- no deductible
We guarantee results or we’ll come back and make it right
We employ long-term, well-trained professionals
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Is it possible to completely eradicate mosquito activity?
Mosquitoes have the ability to fly up to 20 miles when looking for a blood meal and because of this it is impossible to completely eradicate mosquitoes from your property. However, you can do things around your property to help deter them. Females need a thin layer of water to lay their eggs on, so limiting things and areas around your home that can collect water will be a big help. Also, cutting back overgrown vegetation, keeping your grass mowed short, and limiting the amount of flowering plants on your property can support the reduction of mosquito populations.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Do Mosquitoes Bite?
Males are not capable of biting but female mosquitoes are. Both males and females feed on nectar, but females also feed on the blood of mammals. Females use the proteins and iron found in the blood to help develop her eggs.
Where Do Mosquitoes Hide?
Mosquitoes are most active during the cooler parts of the day-at dusk and dawn. During the warmer parts of the day they can be found hiding in tall grasses, shrubs, weeds, and overgrown vegetation.
Are Mosquitoes Dangerous?
Mosquitoes are considered to be dangerous, because not only can the females bite, but mosquitoes can pass along dangerous diseases to people and other animals. Malaria, dengue fever, West Nile virus, yellow fever and Zika are just some of the viruses that they are known to pass on. For more information about the Zika virus, click here to visit the Center for Disease Control’s website.