Turner helps to keep you safe outdoors with mosquito control services.
In Palm Bay, mosquitoes can almost be a year-round threat with nearly constant activity. Because there’s only a brief winter break, it can be hard to keep the population of these biting insects down. DIY methods often don’t work well or, when they do, not for very long. Sometimes, DIY treatments even worsen the problem.
If you’ve had enough of them being on your property, extermination experts at our mosquito control company in Palm Bay, FL are well equipped to address the issue. That way, you can enjoy being outdoors again.
Here’s why. The presence of this swarming insect goes beyond being a nuisance. Mosquitoes can spread deadly diseases that are dangerous to people’s health and that of your pets: West Nile virus, the Zika virus, malaria, equine encephalitis, and more. So, we first eliminate the presence of their breeding spots from your yard. Then, you can have regular professional treatments to continue to protect your family, guests, and pets.
Turner recognizes how people have different sizes of yards. So, we set the prices at our pest control company in Palm Bay, FL according to the size of yours. First, our expert technicians will inspect your yard and then provide a no-obligation quote that includes our personalized recommendations for you.
Penetrating low-volume mist
Monthly mosquito-season treatments
Pause service during winter months
To keep the mosquito population under control on your property, we offer affordably priced plans for our treatments. It’s very important to control these biting pests, so we provide comprehensive mosquito control treatments.
Mosquitoes will always be in Florida. That said, there’s plenty of ways to reduce the likelihood of getting bitten. Here’s what you can do:
More than a dozen, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): thirteen viruses and three parasites. Mosquitoes can spread the following: Cache Valley, Chikungunya, Dengue, Eastern Equine Encephalitis, Jamestown Canyon, Japanese Encephalitis, La Crosse Encephalitis, Rift Valley Fever, Ross River Virus Disease, St. Louis Encephalitis, West Nile, Yellow Fever, Zika, Drofiarisis, Lymphatic Filariasis, and Malaria. Because they pose so many risks, it makes sense to protect yourself and your family during the entire mosquito season. This can last at least seven months a year, or even longer.
They can get inside in plenty of ways, including riding in on you or a pet or flying in when a door is open for just a few seconds. Unfortunately, there isn’t much you can do to prevent that from happening. Make sure, though, that the mosquitoes aren’t getting in through holes in window or door screens. They can fly in through tiny tears. As a bonus, repairing these holes can also prevent other pests from getting inside.
Once they get inside, they may breed in standing water in your home: leaks from faucets, water left over in a vase, or in trays for indoor plants that contain water. They can even use water collected in plant leaves or toilet water when the toilet isn’t regularly flushed. Address any sources of standing water to keep the problem from getting bigger.
If you suspect an indoor presence, adults should wear insect repellent, and cribs and beds of babies and young children should contain mosquito netting to protect them till the problem is solved.
Unfortunately, they can live for quite a while. This is especially true with female mosquitoes of certain species who have recently fed off people or pets. In those cases, they may live up to three weeks. Males will only live a week or so. They don’t bite, so they aren’t getting the same nourishment.
We apply fast-acting, long-lasting barrier sprays: ultra-low volume (ULV) treatments. We use a backpack mister, focusing on foliage undersides in shady places in your yard; that’s an ideal environment for mosquitoes to lay eggs. We offer recurring Palm Bay mosquito control services to keep them away. (When winter arrives and these pests are less active, you may decide to pause treatments.) Plus, if you’re planning a special outdoor activity, you can contact us for affordable one-time treatments.
How do I schedule my free inspection?
Just contact us online or call (321) 329-9500.
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