Protect Against Disease With Mosquito and Tick Control
Mosquitos and ticks may be teeny tiny pests, but they’re teeny tiny pests that cause big problems. Mosquitos and ticks are known carriers of dangerous diseases and illnesses, including Lyme disease, West Nile Virus and Malaria. These bugs have even been known to cause heartworm in pets. Protect your family and your furry friends with all natural tick and mosquito control by Mosquito Squad® of Mount Laurel.
Knowledge is Power: Know the Deadly Role These Pests Play
Ticks and mosquitos aren’t just a nuisance. They also happen to be some of the deadliest animals on the planet. In the U.S., we are less informed of the dangers of mosquitos and ticks than other countries, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist. The mosquito kills approximately 1,000 Americans each year, while the tick is responsible for some of the deadliest disease outbreaks in the country.
Some mosquito and tick-borne illnesses to be aware of include:
- Lyme Disease
- West Nile Virus
- Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
- Powassan Virus
- Zika Virus
- Tick Borne Relapsing Fever
Though some areas are more prone to ticks and mosquitos than others, these pests don’t discriminate. Protect your family with all natural tick and mosquito control by Mosquito Squad of Moorestown-Mount Laurel.
What You Can Do To Keep Your Family Safe
Though professional tick and mosquito treatment is your best bet against these disease-carrying pests, there are a few things you can do to reduce your risk for tick and mosquito-borne disease:
- Remove standing water
- Toss excess grass, leaves, firewood and lawn clippings
- Clean out gutters
- Keep your grass short
- Check hiding places
- Invest in tick treatment for pets and humans
- Team up with Mosquito Squad
Protection Against These Vectors of Infection
Professional mosquito and tick control can help to eliminate adult bugs and kill eggs and hatchlings. Don’t take a chance on your family’s health. Contact Mosquito Squad of Moorestown-Mount Laurel to schedule your free quote today.