Mosquitoes transmit malaria throughout the world. Over 500 million people contract malaria each year and over 2 billion people carry the malaria parasite.
Mosquitoes are small biting flies, with slender bodies and long beaks used to penetrate the skin
Usually with black, white, or gray markings along the legs and body
2 wings that are long and narrow
Breed in still, stagnant water
Can be found in almost every type of landscape on earth except deserts and the arctic
Can transmit a range of diseases through their bite including Zika Virus
Most forms of encephalitis are borne by mosquitoes
Professional inspection and treatment is essential
Must be dealt with at the breeding site
Areas with stagnant water must be drained or treated with an IGR (IGRs will kill mosquitoes before they become adults)
Adult mosquitoes can be dealt with via a residual spray applied to their daylight hiding places
Ongoing maintenance throughout the mosquito season is critical March through October in Georgia
We have service centers throughout Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, and South Carolina.
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