Posts tagged with: mosquitoes

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...
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  • pest prevention after rain
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...
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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,...
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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...
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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...
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  • natural mosquito bite remedies
We all need food to survive, right? Unfortunately for us, mosquitoes live off of blood meals from people and animals, which is obtained by biting their victims. Ouch! And chances are, even if you practice strict mosquito prevention, you’ll still be bitten...
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  • summer pest control
While pests in the house are a year-round nuisance here in the South, certain bugs are more active in warmer months. If you own or rent a home or apartment, you’re likely to come across one or all of these 5 summer...
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  • zika virus
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is now warning everyone that Zika is scarier than they originally thought. Over 300 cases of Zika virus have now been confirmed in the U.S. And while most of these occurrences are in people who...
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  • zika virus georgia
According to the AJC and the State Department of Public Health, the first case of Zika virus in Georgia was confirmed today by Center for Disease Control and Prevention. It’s believed the affected individual contracted the virus while traveling to Columbia...
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  • mosquito control atlanta
This weekend marks the official start of summer and Memorial Day. It’s a great time to honor those that have served our country and enjoy a long weekend with friends and family. Summer-goers beware, though. Atlanta was recently “awarded” the top mosquito...
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