Why Homeowners Trust Schendel To Eliminate Mosquito Threats
Remember the good old days, when everything you came into contact with didn’t cause you some type of harm? You didn’t have to worry about what you ate or what may be lurking in your own yard. Now it seems everything brings some kind of threat. Every week we hear about a new food that’s suddenly bad for us, or a new disease that can be transmitted by a common backyard pest. Mosquitoes are some of the major offenders. That’s why homeowners trust Schendel to eliminate mosquito threats.
What Threats Mosquitoes Cause
We all know that mosquitoes produce itchy bites that drive us crazy, but they can do a lot more than that. For insects so small, mosquitoes can actually be quite dangerous. They transmit many diseases and illnesses, and believe it or not, they are considered the deadliest animal in the world.
Here in the United States, mosquitoes are responsible for the transmission of West Nile virus, Zika virus, dengue fever, and malaria, to name just a few. Receiving a bite from a mosquito is no longer a simple annoyance, it can be dangerous.
When Mosquitoes are Active
Mosquitoes can’t handle the cold weather of winter, but once temperatures warm up in spring, they’ll be back in action. Summer is their favorite season because they thrive during the hottest months of the year.
On a day-to-day basis, mosquitoes are most active in the early morning and evening. They spend the hottest hours of the day resting in shaded areas.
How to Eliminate Mosquito Threats
Mosquitoes may seem to be an inevitable part of spring and summer, but Schendel Pest Services can help make them much less of a problem. Our mosquito treatment services use a system that attracts and eliminates mosquitoes, making our services much more effective than other treatment plans that simply try to repel mosquitoes.
Whether you want a one-time treatment for a special outdoor event or seasonal treatment to make your backyard an enjoyable place all season long, Schendel is here to help. Give us a call to set up your inspection.