Mosquitos are considered to be the most dangerous creature on the planet, causing over 1 million human deaths a year. Most severe mosquito-borne diseases include Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya, Yellow fever, etc. When a mosquito bites anyone, it sucks any bacteria or virus present inside the person’s body. Those bacteria and virus can be passed on to the next person the mosquito bites. So, it is inevitable to get rid of the mosquitos from your property through the help of professional mosquito control service providers.
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One or two mosquitos inside your home don’t mean you have an infestation. If they appear more frequently, then it can be a problem. Mosquitos are more active at night. If you see more mosquitos during the day in shaded areas, it can mean you have a mosquito infestation.
Mosquitos are aquatic till they reach the adult stage. Female mosquitos lay their eggs in stagnant or still water. While, it is not necessary that all stagnant water has a mosquito breeding, but it’s still at risk. If you have an unused pool or bucket of water just lying still, it can be a potent place for mosquitos.
Female mosquitos feed on our blood to produce their eggs. Mosquito bites are different than other pests as they do not appear in clusters. When they bite, they release some proteins, for which our body sends histamine hormone to fight. This hormone causes itchiness. If you find itchy bite marks frequently, you might be having mosquito infestation.