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Mosquitoes are not only a common summer nuisance often disrupting special events, but they also pose a serious threat to our health. Mosquitoes can transmit harmful infectious diseases including Malaria, Dengue, and Yellow Fever. Reducing mosquito populations is absolutely necessary for your protection and safety. Go Green Lawn and Pest Control is the solution you’ve been looking for with highly effective, environmentally-friendly mosquito control. Check out the Pros and Cons of Organic-Based Pest Control!
Some homes and landscapes are more susceptible to large mosquito populations and breeding grounds than others. To make your lawn less appealing to mosquitoes, you can try to minimize standing water and cut back vegetation. However, it is important to note that a mosquito life cycle has four stages:
All stages of life can occur in water with the exception of the adult stage. DIY mosquito control attempts of eliminating standing water sources will not provide long-term results. Plus, it is nearly impossible to eliminate each and every source of water. Mosquitoes will lay eggs in something as small as a plastic bottle cap or something as inaccessible as a clogged gutter. Professional help is needed to ensure mosquito removal and prevention is seen for every stage of the mosquito life
While other at-home tricks can reduce your susceptibility to mosquito populations, we strongly urge you to utilize professional treatments for the best protection. When you partner with Go Green Lawn and Pest Control to get rid of your mosquito problem, you’ll receive:
Our company is dedicated to protecting your family from disease-carrying mosquitoes. We proudly offer our services in Delaware, Montgomery, New Castle, Lancaster, Bucks, and Chester County. This includes residents living in all of the following areas:
Don’t see your neighborhood listed above? Don’t worry -- take a look at our service area map to see all of the locations that benefit from our eco-friendly mosquito control! Have any questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions.