Mosquito Treatment


Mosquito treatment refers to the process of controlling and managing mosquito populations to reduce their numbers and minimize the risks they pose to human health and well-being. Mosquitoes are vectors of various diseases, and their bites can cause discomfort and itching.
Why got Mosquito?
Standing Water
Mosquitoes require water to lay their eggs and complete their life cycle. Stagnant water in containers, puddles, ponds, and other water sources can attract mosquitoes.
Breeding Sites
Any area with standing or slow-moving water can become a breeding ground for mosquitoes. This includes flowerpots, buckets, clogged gutters, discarded tires, and more.
Warmth and Humidity
Mosquitoes thrive in warm and humid environments, making regions with such conditions more prone to mosquito populations.
Carbon Dioxide
Mosquitoes are attracted to carbon dioxide, which is exhaled by humans and animals as they breathe.
Our Mosquito Treatment
Thermal Fogging
Oil-based solutions are better in bad weather, though. For example, let's say that you live in a coastal town near the sea and there aren't many days with just a light breeze. If you often experience strong wind, you won't have to wait for calm days if you use an oil-based solution. You can fog anytime and the solution will still work because it is heavier than water-based solutions and less prone to being blown away.
Water-Based Fogging
Water-based insecticides are lighter and will disperse quicker. This makes them perfect to use a little while before a party or a BBQ so that by the time the guests arrive, the insecticide will be out of sight and the mosquitoes will be, too.
They are applied directly to water sources that hold mosquito eggs and larvae. When used properly, larvicides can help to reduce the overall mosquito population by limiting the number of new Larvae that are able to develop.

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