When you hate mosquitoes as much as we do, you want to surround your home with the very finest mosquito barrier for ultimate mosquito control.
Well, look no further. You just found it at Mosquito Squad of El Paso – the original and still the finest mosquito control available – anywhere.
Here in El Paso, we understand the annoyances and health dangers that mosquitoes pose to you, your family, and your pets.
Dangerous and annoying mosquitoes are more than a nuisance – they also transmit serious diseases.
That is why Mosquito Squad is committed to doing everything in our power to eradicate these irritating bloodsuckers. Since 2005, our Traditional Mosquito Barrier Treatment has been countless mosquitoes' worst nightmare.
When you subscribe to our El Paso mosquito barrier plan, our mosquito control specialists will automatically return to your property every 21 days – all season long. This 3-week schedule is the best way to ensure your property receives continuous protection.
Our clients love how we have given them the joyful luxury of having their yards back the way they belong – without fear of coming into contact with a mosquito.
Our mosquito control team ensures that each mosquito barrier application does just what it is intended to do – reduce the root cause of disgusting mosquitoes, especially in residually damp areas in your yard and around the exterior of your home.
Deemed the deadliest animal in the entire world, mosquito diseases, such as Malaria, West Nile Virus, and Eastern Equine Encephalitis, are responsible for the deaths of more than 600,000 people every year.
Other mosquito-borne diseases that cause terrible health consequences include:
West Nile Virus (WNV): First found in Uganda in 1937, WNV has spread globally. Its flulike symptoms include fevers, headaches, and body aches. More severe symptoms include disorientation, muscle weakness, neck stiffness and more.
Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE): This is the inflammation of the brain that starts as a virus and can invade the central nervous system. Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) is the most common Encephalitis and can affect humans and horses.
Zika Virus: This virus is an emerging disease with symptoms that include fever, skin rash, and conjunctivitis that typically last less than a week. A connection between Zika and birth defects is currently under investigation.
Heartworm: This parasitic roundworm infects dogs and other animals. The heartworm takes residence in the host's heart as it grows. It is a significant concern in canines.
Malaria: Eradicated in the United States in the 1940s, Malaria continues to kill millions in Africa each year. Malaria is both preventable and treatable. To help fight the spread of Malaria, Mosquito Squad is a proud supporter of Malaria No More, a nonprofit that envisions a world where no one dies from a mosquito bite.
Chikungunya: This mosquito-borne disease causes fever, joint pain, headaches, rash, and swelling. There is currently no vaccine for chikungunya.
Yellow Fever: This is a disease found primarily in tropical regions in both Africa and South America that is spread through the bite of an infected mosquito. The "yellow" refers to jaundice, which is a common symptom.
If you're not sure how you can help to control the mosquito population in your yard, our mosquito control experts are always ready to help.
Our team of highly-trained mosquito reduction technicians provides you with helpful tips to protect your family and home from mosquitoes, now famously known as The 7 Ts.
Tip: Get rid of standing water in your outdoor spaces. Standing water may be in your child's plastic toys, areas underneath downspouts, plant saucers, or dog bowls. Other areas may include traps, gutters, and flat roofs.
Toss: Remove excess grass, leaves, firewood, and grass-clippings from your yard.
Turn: Turn over larger yard items that could hold water, like children's portable sandboxes, plastic toys, or birdbaths.
Remove Tarps: If tarps stretched over firewood piles, boats, or sports equipment aren't taut, they may be holding water that you should remove.
Take Care: Take care of home maintenance needs that can lead to standing water. This includes cleaning out gutters, making sure downspouts are adequately attached, keeping your grass cut low, and checking your irrigation systems for leaks.
Team Up: Despite taking all precautions in your own home, talking to neighbors is a crucial component to mosquito and tick control. Homes with little space between lots can mean that mosquitoes breed at a neighbor's house and affect your property.
Treat: Utilize a mosquito barrier treatment around your home and yard.
And if you think this is too much information to remember, we got your back on that, too. Ready? Set? Rap!
Help yourself reduce mosquitoes on your property by following the 7 Ts of mosquito control. And if you're ready to NOT have to worry about mosquitoes, call our team today to at 915-800-0343 to request a free quote for El Paso mosquito barrier services. Or just click here.
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