Skip to main content

Posts filed under: Mosquito

  • Link to Mosquito Prevention – How Does A Mosquito Reduction Program Work?
The best approach to controlling mosquitoes takes advantage of every life stage of a mosquito. This approach is known as an Integrated Pest Management approach (IPM). IPM employs a variety of different pest management techniques with an emphasis on pest...
Continue Reading →
  • Link to Common Summer Pest Problems in Georgia
Summer is in full-swing here in Georgia, the heat is rising, and the bugs are coming out to play (bite!). Here are 5 common summer pests to be on the lookout for and tips on how to prevent and get...
Continue Reading →
  • A spider crawling up a wet tubular web surrounded by leaves
Common pests you’ll see after rainy weather: Ants Roaches Spiders Millipedes Mosquitoes The best way to prevent rainy day bugs: Proactive Pest Control Keep shrubbery and trees trimmed and away from your home’s exterior Take out garbage daily Clean up spills immediately...
Continue Reading →
  • Link to How to Prep Your Yard for a Mosquito Bite-Free Summer
The sun is shining, the warm breeze is blowing, you’ve got your feet up, unwinding from the week, when…OUCH! That moment of relaxation you’ve been waiting for was suddenly interrupted by a painful mosquito bite. At this point you’re annoyed,...
Continue Reading →
  • Link to Mosquito Diseases: Are You at Risk?
Mosquitoes are known carriers of several viruses, transmitting disease and parasites to people and animals that come in contact with them via painful bites. While some of these diseases don’t pose serious health risks, others can be deadly (over one million...
Continue Reading →
  • Link to Spring is Here & So Are Mosquitoes! Here’s How You Can Prevent Mosquito Bites & Diseases Like Zika
It’s the first official week of Spring (aka Mosquito Season)! Time to start thinking about mosquito prevention. The risk of contracting mosquito-borne Zika virus in the U.S. is at an all-time high, specifically dangerous for pregnant women or those trying to conceive as...
Continue Reading →
  • Link to 10 Ways to Make Your Home Healthier
Improving the health of your home offers major benefits to your family. Reduce waste, minimize exposure to chemicals & toxins, breathe healthier, lower your risk for sickness, and improve the overall health of your environment with these 10 healthy home...
Continue Reading →
  • Link to Rainy Day Bugs
It’s raining, it’s pouring… the bugs are exploring! You may notice an invasion of pests like ants, roaches, and spiders into your home after a rainy day. Why? In most cases, their shelter is compromised, forcing the bugs out of hiding...
Continue Reading →
  • Link to Latest Development in Zika Virus: Brain Damage in Adults
With every passing week, Zika becomes more dangerous and is spreading to new areas. Until now, Zika has been a threat mostly to pregnant women, their partners, or couples that are trying or planning to conceive due to the birth defect...
Continue Reading →
  • Link to CDC Confirms Local Transmission of Zika Virus Near Miami Florida
The first cases of locally transmitted Zika virus were reported this week in Florida. On July 29th, 4 people infected with Zika virus in Miami reportedly were bitten by mosquitoes within the city. On August 1st, that number grew from...
Continue Reading →