Backyard Bug Patrol Sheds Light On Mosquito Control Services In Great Falls, VA

Great Falls, Virginia based Backyard Bug Patrol is reaching out to share information on their mosquito pest control services. In particular, the company wants to help their customers understand what they may expect from this service and why it is so important to stay protected from these pests.

Mosquitoes are one of the most common nuisances in the US. With them being present in almost every other household in Great Falls, learning to control their population and keep them at bay is more of a necessity rather than a luxury. Pest control providers like Backyard Bug Patrol take care of this need, both by directly addressing the issue and by raising awareness of it.

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John Mitchell of Backyard Bug Patrol states, "Mosquitoes tend to be underestimated as one of the most dangerous, common pests that can invade a home. They can reproduce and increase in number quickly, growing from a mild annoyance to a serious problem in a matter of days. This can be very dangerous as they are carriers of many deadly diseases that can put you and your loved ones’ health at risk."

Mitchell explains that mosquitoes often reproduce and develop on their host's property. Any pool of stagnant water would be enough for them to set up camp and prosper, as mosquito eggs are very persistent. Female mosquitoes have the ability to lay up to 200 eggs or more every seven days. These eggs quickly develop from larvae into pupae, growing to adulthood in a mere nine days. One mosquito can be responsible for one billion offspring (assuming they all survive) in one month. This highlights why a mosquito control service in Great Falls is so vital — homeowners and their provider must directly address the source of the problem.

Mosquitoes are attracted inside the house by carbon dioxide exhaled by its inhabitants. Perspiration, physical movement and body warmth can also attract mosquitoes who, using their long antennae, palps and eyes, can pinpoint the location of a human or other warm-blooded animals in search of a meal. Once they have located their prey, female mosquitoes will go out in search of a meal, which they need in order to produce a batch of eggs after mating.

Male mosquitoes are nectar-feeders and pose no biting risk, though female ones can bite multiple times in the need to produce additional eggs. It is during this feeding cycle that mosquitoes transmit disease organisms through their saliva into the host animal or human. Diseases that are spread to people by mosquitoes include Zika virus, West Nile virus, Chikungunya virus, dengue and malaria.

Mitchell states, "All of these factors, plus the fact that mosquitoes will always be around us, mean you need to be proactive about keeping your home safe from them. Our team at Backyard Bug Patrol can enhance your safety by ensuring that your yard is properly treated and every mosquito-breeding ground is eliminated. We will take back your yard and help protect your family and pets from these pests."

Backyard Bug Patrol is one of the most respected pest control companies in Great Falls. Their mosquito control services do not only kill their targets, they also get deep into the foliage of the yard and coat leaves, bushes and grass — leaving a protective barrier that repels future infestations. If done regularly, these backyard sprays can control mosquitos and provide protection for an entire season.

The company claims that this is the safest, most effective way to rid a property of disease-carrying mosquitoes. They treat public pools, municipalities and other commercial properties for mosquitos in addition to local residences. Backyard Bug patrol is also committed to providing excellent customer service, and they make it a point to work alongside every customer to ensure that every aspect of the job is communicated effectively. As part of this commitment, they offer a 100% guarantee on seasonal contracts.

The company's website offers more information on the Backyard Bug Patrol and the services they provide. Interested parties may reach out to John Mitchell to follow up on any further inquiries. They may also connect with the company through their official social media pages.

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For more information about Backyard Bug Patrol, contact the company here:

Backyard Bug Patrol
John Mitchell
(703) 621-7116
john@backyardbugpatrol.com
Backyard Bug Patrol
Great Falls, VA 22066

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