Are You Safe from Mosquitos When Winter?

The changing of the season is inevitable and for that, people have always been wary of the things they can and can’t do for a particular period of time. But did you know that you are not the only one who take shelter at your house and seek refuge from the cold of winter? One misconception most people do is to believe that by the end of summer, even though we’ll miss the warmth of the sun, they may bid adieu to mosquitos because it’s the start of frigid days of winter. Unfortunately, it is not true because mosquitos don’t simply die off during the frigid cold days of winter.

Get to learn the mosquito seasonal activity so you can take care of your house and be more prepared in handling one of the unwanted pests that may cause harm and disease not just to you but to your entire family. Know the signs if mosquitos have infested your home and use these effective tips to prevent mosquito problem!

 

  • Be cautious and keen with water-holding items inside your house. You must be careful with what you place inside and outside your home property. Take time to thoroughly clean your house and check every corner to reduce the chances of mosquitos. Make sure to inspect water-holding items such as flowerpots, grill covers, indoor vases, tire swings, birdbath and other items that can be filled with water.  As long as mosquitos found an object where water collects even it is half an inch of water, they may deposit mosquito eggs.

 

  • Check and Get Everything Fixed. As a homeowner, it is your responsibility to manage the house and make sure that it is indeed a good place to live in. After all it is your home is your sacred haven so it is important to check for parts that might be broken and need some repair. If it is to prevent mosquitos, you must take a look first and unclog gutters, ensure that trash cans are tightly sealed, and there are no containers that may hold water, even lids that are flipped upside down. Fix leaky pipes or faucets and if you have a tire swing, drill a hole at the bottom so there’ll be drainage for the water that might be collected during rainy days.
  • Insect Repellent is Important. When going outdoors, since it is always fun to spend a day out, you must apply insect repellent. Important note to remember is the repellent must contain at least 20% DEET, oil of lemon-eucalyptus or picaridin.
  • Find the Best Pest Control Service! Yes you can personally take actions in fighting off the mosquitos. However nothing beats a professional service when it comes to pest control. That is why you have to find the best there is – and that is us! East Pest Control Fort Lauderdale is here to help you solve your pest and mosquito problems.

 

 

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