San Antonio Pest Control – Mosquitos

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San Antonio Pest Control – Mosquitos

Mosquitoes and ticks are a nuisance, but they’re just a part of summer, right? They go with the territory with warm weather, outdoor living, and summer rain. Perhaps we can’t afford to acknowledge that ticks and mosquitoes go with the territory of summer and outdoor living. Two months ago, there were 2 cases of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever reported in the area. More on this website @
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever is a tick-borne illness transmitted from infected humans through a tick bite. The scary thing about tick bites is we often don’t even know we’ve been bitten.More on this website @
Nymph stage ticks (or baby ticks) are the size of a poppy seed. You won’t even know you’ve been bitten if the bite is from a nymph/baby tick. We have a testing program to test potential disease carriers to alert residents to take extra precautions. The bad news is that mosquitoes have been identified here carrying the disease. The good news is there are no reported human cases yet. So what are we to do to protect ourselves, our children, and our pets? Should we stay inside all summer? Of course not. That’s neither practical nor necessary.

Your approach should be 2-tiered: Treat your yard for mosquitoes and ticks. Check yourself for ticks after time spent in grassy or wooded areas. Most of your summer’s outdoor time will be spent right in your own yard. We can treat your yard for mosquitoes and ticks. Our lawn/yard spray acts as a protective barrier around your property, eliminating mosquitoes and ticks from your yard. Not only will your yard be a haven from mosquitoes and ticks, but our customers tell us their house is the most popular on the block because it’s the place to hang out without getting mosquito bites. Another important step is to check yourself after spending time outdoors in grassy and wooded areas. Ticks seek warm dark areas, so they will often crawl under your sock, into your hair, or other covered areas. Check your body for any visible ticks. Another great thing to do is jump in a quick shower after gardening or hanging outside. This may wash off any nymph/baby ticks. We want to help you protect your yard. If you sign up for service for the rest of the season and mention this blog post, ask for $50 off your seasonal spray package. Expires November 15th. It cannot be combined with any other offers. Call or email to protect your yard for the rest of the season.

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