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Mosquito Identification & Prevention

Protecting Your Boerne Property from Mosquitoes

Are you tired of dealing with pesky mosquitoes buzzing around your property, causing discomfort and potential health risks? Covenant Pest Control is here to help you take back control of your outdoor space. Our expert team is equipped with advanced pest identification techniques to pinpoint the culprits causing you trouble. Among the common mosquito species we encounter, the Asian tiger mosquito stands out as one of the most prevalent and bothersome. In this guide, we will provide you with essential mosquito control information to give you the upper hand in dealing with these persistent pests.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Mosquitoes

What are mosquitoes?

Mosquitoes are small flying insects belonging to the family Culicidae. They are known for their distinctive long legs and elongated mouthparts, which they use to pierce the skin and feed on blood. Female mosquitoes require blood meals to lay their eggs, while male mosquitoes mainly feed on nectar and other plant juices. With thousands of species worldwide, mosquitoes are widespread and can become a significant problem, especially in areas with standing water.

Are mosquitoes dangerous?

Yes, mosquitoes can pose health risks to humans and animals. While most mosquito bites result in mild irritation and itching, some species can transmit dangerous diseases. In our area, the Asian tiger mosquito (Aedes albopictus) is of concern due to its ability to carry viruses like Zika, dengue, and chikungunya. These diseases can lead to severe symptoms, particularly in vulnerable individuals such as pregnant women, young children, and the elderly. Utilizing the services of a professional mosquito control company like Covenant Pest Control can protect you and your family from these risks.

Why do I have a mosquito problem?

Mosquitoes seek out properties that offer suitable breeding and resting sites. Female mosquitoes lay their eggs in standing water, including ponds, bird baths, clogged gutters, and even small containers like discarded tires or flower pots that collect rainwater. Additionally, overgrown vegetation and damp areas provide resting spots for adult mosquitoes. If your property provides these conditions, mosquitoes will likely be attracted to it. Covenant Pest Control can help you get rid of mosquitoes by identifying what’s attracting them and providing effective solutions.

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