Have you considered investing in mosquito control? Are you on the fence as to whether or not it is right for you and your family? Today, we're going to give you a few reasons why professional mosquito control is definitely the way to go. Here's what every North Reading resident should know.
Because Mosquitoes Are Annoying
Let's start with the most basic of reasons you'll probably want to invest in professional mosquito control. Mosquitoes are pests. When mosquitoes attack you in your backyard, they can turn any fun, outdoor activity into sheer misery. When you invest in mosquito control for your property, you directly address the mosquitoes on your property and reduce the number of mosquitoes that will be biting you while you're trying to enjoy some time outside.
Because Professional Mosquito Control Works
Mosquitoes don't fly around your neighborhood, going yard to yard in search of someone to torment. The mosquitoes that bite you in your yard are probably living in your yard. Mosquitoes spend a lot more time resting than they do flying. For this reason, they stay within about 100 yards of where they hatch. If you invest in professional mosquito control, you get seasonal treatments to key areas on your property where mosquitoes hide. This stops the cycle of reproduction and makes your yard a nicer place to be.
Because Personal Mosquito Prevention Is Inconvenient
The last thing you want to do when you go out into your yard is spray chemical bug repellent on your skin, especially if you want to have a cookout or something else that has to do with food. Professional mosquito control helps to make your yard a safe zone. You can leave all of the mosquito repellent for when you go somewhere away from your home.
Because DIY Mosquito Control Often Falls Short
Candles, bug zappers, torches, and other DIY mosquito control products just don't cut it. Female mosquitoes need blood in order to reproduce. And they are highly motivated to bite you. You'll have only minor success keeping them away with things that smell bad, or zapping them with a device before they've had a chance to lay eggs. They're highly focused on the survival of their species.
Because Mosquitoes Can Carry Diseases
While the vast majority of the mosquitoes that bite you won't' present a threat to you—partly because they live in your yard and primarily feed on your family—there is a potential for disease transmission. A mosquito can bite an infected animal, or it can bite an infected person passing by on the sidewalk. When exposed to a disease-causing organism that it is able to transmit, mosquitoes can become a serious threat to your health and the wellbeing of your family.
Because Professionals Use The Most Trusted Products
Mosquitoes aren't the only things that present a threat to your health. There are mosquito-control products that should not be sprayed in your yard. Professionals use EPA-approved products that target the development process of mosquitoes, ticks, and other simple organisms. The use of insect growth regulators (IGRs) is a common method for mosquito control. IGRs are synthesized products that mimic the hormones of young insects and disrupt the growth process.
Mosquito Control In North Reading
If you are concerned about the diseases carried by mosquitoes or ticks, or you'd just like to be able to go out into your yard without being bitten, we can help. At Master Mosquito Control, we specialize in mosquito reduction and control. Residents in North Reading choose us because:
We use naturally derived synthetics.
Our treatments are ideal for families with kids or pets.
The products we use help with fleas and ticks.
We provide one-time service for special events or year-round service.
Our barrier sprays repel mosquitoes and disrupt reproduction.
We have the expertise to provide the best results.
We don't make you sign a contract.
Do you have questions? We can guide you in selecting a mosquito-control solution that is right for you and your family. You don't have to let those mosquitoes rule your backyard. Reach out to us today for immediate assistance and take your backyard back.