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Mosquitoes Control Service in Scarborough,

Toronto

Contact us at Pest Control Guard to free your home from mosquitoes. We implement a four-stage treatment method to completely eliminate mosquitoes from your home.

Mosquitoes Control Service in Scarborough, ON

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What are Mosquitoes?


Mosquitoes are small insects that cause sharp bites and can be quite harmful to people. When a female mosquito pierces human skin to suck its blood, a small red spot is formed known as a mosquito bite. Mosquitoes usually bite more than one host and are liable to spread extremely dangerous infections such as Lyme disease, malaria, bird flu, and West Nile or Zika virus. And for people who are allergic to mosquitoes, a bite is a serious matter.

Physically mosquitoes are small midge like flies. In Canada, mosquito season typically starts during May and disintegrates by late August. Typically, mosquito larvae develop between April and May. You will notice the most mosquitoes in June.

Where are mosquitoes found?


Mosquitoes are most often found in damp moist areas. Most mosquitoes like living near people and animals, however, some others prefer forests, marshes, or tall grasses. All mosquitoes like water since mosquito lays egg near water and their larvae and pupae live in the water. It can be noticed that different types of water bodies attract different types of mosquitoes.

Some mosquitoes lay eggs near the edges of lakes and ponds, in swamps and marshes, or in containers that hold water. Other kinds of mosquitoes lay their eggs in moist soil or in containers above the waterline. The eggs dry out, then hatch when rain floods the soil or container.

Why are mosquitoes dangerous?


The most common impact is mosquito bites which can cause skin irritation through an allergic reaction to the mosquito's saliva. This is what causes the red bump and itching.

Mosquito bites can be injurious when people develop swelling around mosquito bites. Besides scratching can leave scarring on the body. Besides, a mosquito bite can cause a reoccurring rash.

However, the worst side of these bites are the transmission of harmful diseases like malaria, chikungunya, zika virus, dengue virus, West Nile virus etc. which can lead to disabling and potentially deadly effects.

Along with humans some mosquitoes spread and transmit diseases and parasites that dogs and horses are very susceptible to. These include dog heartworms, eastern equine encephalitis, and West Nile virus.

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Signs of Mosquito Infestation


Warm and humid weather is the best atmosphere for mosquito breeding. These are signs to look out for in the summer to check if you have mosquito infestation:

  • Mosquito eggs grow and hatch in water. Some areas in your home where mosquitoes can be laying are dog bowls, toys that hold water, or even puddled areas. So, it’s very important that you keep these areas clean and free of standing water.
  • If you notice a lot of mosquitoes invading your backyard and homes it’s quite evident that you might have an infestation. Other signs may include increasing mosquito bites.
  • Mosquitoes being cold-blooded prefer warm and humid places. So living in a hot and humid area likelihood of having a mosquito problem is much greater.

Mosquito Treatment Process


At Pest Control Guard we use a four-stage procedure to completely get rid of the mosquitoes from your home.

step 1

Inspection

During the initial inspection, our expert team of exterminators will identify the breeding and the severity of the infestation to determine the type of extermination process that will be required.

step 2

Control Plan

Following that our team will devise a custom Control Plan specially designed to remove the mosquitoes. This plan will include the type of mosquito treatment, the expected timeline of the treatment, instructions for the homeowners, and other information.

step 3

Extermination Process

At Pest Control Guard we use a multitude of techniques to free your home from mosquitoes. Our extermination plan includes physical control methods, biological control methods, pesticides, and fogging. Our number one concern is the health and wellbeing of our clients, so we prefer using natural methods and biopesticides that are human and environmentally safe.

step 4

Prevent further infestation

At Pest Control Guard we want you to remain free of pest infestations. So, our treatment plans always include measures to ensure that you do not have further infestations. Our expert team will supply you with instructions on how to clean and maintain your property in order to keep the pest under control.

FAQs


1. How much does it cost to hire mosquito control?

Mosquitoes control can cost approximately $100-$500 depending on the type and also the severity of infestation.

2. Should I call pest control for mosquitoes?

Mosquitoes are notoriously known for fast-breeding, and they are liable to spread diseases. So in order to protect your home and family, it is important to call for pest control if you have mosquito infestation in your home or backyard.

3. How long does it take for pest control to work on mosquitoes?

In most cases, you can expect to see a noticeable reduction in mosquito activity within 24 hours.

4. How often should pest control be done for mosquitoes?

Professional mosquito control can last 4-6 weeks. However, large infestations can require monthly visits depending on the scale of the treatment.

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