Mosquitoes can lay an average of 100 eggs in a container the size of a bottle cap. And while not all mosquitoes bite (only the females) an average mosquito takes 3 milligrams of blood, while the number may not seem like much, it is equal up to 4 times their actual weight. So, the amount of blood loss from a swarm of mosquitoes can be deadly as they carry deadly diseases, such Zika and West Nile, and also cause welts and severe itching. If left freely a single mosquito can lay up to 3,000 eggs within a couple of weeks.
ANy environment is fine
A mosquito can live in almost any environment, with the exception of cold weather. They favor forests marshes, tall grasses and weeds and ground that is wet at least part of the year. However, because they must have water in order to thrive, their habitats can be breaken down into two types: Permanent water mosquitoes(lakes and ponds) and Floodwater mosquitoes(Drainage, woodland pools, Floodplains etc..).
Mosquito control Measures
We employ the best practices in removing mosquitoes from your homes and areas using practices such as: An Integrated approach, Larvicides, Adulticides, Misting Systes and DDT's.
Inspection and Identification
We inspect the areas in and around the place of infection where the mosquitoes may have laid their nests and use the appropriate methods to cleanse the environment such that the area may not be infected again.