Don’t let mosquitoes make your place a breeding ground! Call the experts!
Mosquitos are really annoying, are blood-suckers and disease carriers. Let us help you protect your home and yard from this irritating pest.
Things That Mosquitoes Are Attracted To
Standing water is a breeding ground for mosquitoes. These breeding grounds exist near ponds, marshes, containers, and any other area that holds water. This is especially dangerous during the rainy season. Since Northwest Arkansas gets a lot of rain, there are many potential areas for mosquitoes to breed.
It is always important to dump standing water at your home or nearby areas to avoid any risk.
Like many insects, brightly lit areas around houses do attract mosquitos.
Warm humid weather
Warm weather with high humidity is prime time for mosquitos. Since we live in a humid climate, it is even more important to take preventive measures when it comes to mosquito prevention.
Dangers of mosquitos
Other than disturbing your peace, mosquitos are a nuisance. They carry a lot of health hazards and have different variants that can spread diseases. Mosquito bites can cause problems if scratched and infected, but even more worrisome are the diseases they can carry.
Diseases Associated With Mosquitoes
Diseases carried by mosquitoes vary around the world, with some of the most widely known diseases being these:
West Nile virus
West Nile virus results in fever alongside body aches, headache, pain in the joints, stiffness in the neck, rashes, and diarrhea. Although the infected person can recover through proper treatment, body weakness and fatigue lasts for weeks, and in even some cases for months.
Zika virus has similar symptoms to West Nile virus, but the symptoms can be mild compared to the West Nile virus. However, the Zika virus stays in the body for some time and it can be transmitted from a pregnant woman (affected by the virus) to the baby. This can result in damages to the neural stem cells of the newborn baby causing microcephaly.
An infected mosquito can cause malaria. People with malaria get extremely sick including body aches, chills, very high-grade fever, abdominal pains, and flu. It is a serious disease, and patients can take a long time to recover from it.
Yellow fever is a high-grade fever which in serious symptoms include jaundice, as well as nausea, vomiting, and body chills. Uninfected mosquitoes that bite a person infected with yellow fever can then transmit the disease.
Dengue fever is transmitted from the Aedes mosquito. The recovery time usually takes 2-3 weeks with the infected person having symptoms similar to other mosquito diseases. However, it can be a fatal disease. Moreover, post-recovery, there are still signs of weaknesses.
Get Rid of Mosquitoes Today!
This is where Aspect Pest Control can help you formulate a better and more organized strategy to get rid of mosquitos. Here’s how we treat your property for mosquitoes:
A thorough inspection of your premises to locate the sources where mosquitos have formed their breeding sites.
Depending on the situation, a customized treatment that best fits safety and health standards. It can be as simple as getting rid of any standing water at your premises and using targeted sprays, especially during the breeding season.
Aspect Pest Control team realizes that once banished, mosquitos can come back again. We offer one-time mosquito treatments in addition to our routine services so you can specifically get targeted mosquito treatment when you need it.
Have an outside graduation party, wedding, or other event coming up? This is where our one-time mosquito service comes in handy.
Our EDGE Framework to Get Rid of Mosquitoes –
Aspect Pest Control’s EDGE framework won’t let you fear or worry about mosquitos ever again.
E – Emergency solutions to make the mosquitos go away from your premises
D – Developing customized solutions keeping in view of the magnitude of the problem at your premises
G – Guiding you throughout the treatment and post-treatment process securing all possible ways to not allow mosquitos nearby your premises
E – Ensuring proper protocols of health and safety are in place during the treatment
Need help? Contact us today at (479) 319-0212
Make an appointment today and forget about mosquitos ever causing you trouble again.
Rely on our team and relax.