Skeeter Dave Mosquito Treatment Columbia SCMatthew Rings2022-02-23T11:07:55-05:00
Skeeter Dave Mosquito Treatment
We Make Outdoors Great Again!®
If you’re tired of losing the war to biting mosquitoes, then Skeeter Dave & Cayce Exterminating can help. Are you tired of smelly citronella candles, oily bug repellent, and ineffective bug zappers? Our Mosquito Management Plan is designed to control where mosquitoes live and breed so you can reclaim your outdoor living.
Did you know that mosquitoes are the deadliest insect in the world? They can transmit a variety of diseases including the Zika virus, malaria, West Nile, and dengue fever.
How Our Mosquito Reduction Plan Works
A Cayce Exterminating expert will provide an onsite evaluation of your property and outdoor living areas and customize our Mosquito Management Plan to fit YOUR outdoor living lifestyle. Our Seasonal Plan normally runs from March through October but can be customized to fit your needs. We target areas where mosquitoes LIVE and BREED such as shrubbery, standing water and other shady areas around the property.
Our mosquito control program is safe and effective so rest assured that your pets and children can roam free with reduced risk.
If you’re having a backyard party, wedding, or special event that doesn’t require our on-going reduction plan, we offer One-Time Mosquito Management Treatments that will allow you and your guests to focus on family and friends rather than pesky mosquitoes. We can also help with those annoying Yellow Jackets, Fire Ants and Flies so you can have a pest-free event.
We Make Outdoors Great Again!® with Skeeter Dave.
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Want to know more about Mosquitoes?
Imagine an endless ocean of mosquitoes. They buzz around your head, each one a potential meal for some creature or other-you don’t have time to think about their feeding habits because there are so many of them! You need help from Skeeter Dave! The life cycle begins with eggs that can be found on the water’s surface until they hatch into larvae who feed off aquatic algaes and organic matter before becoming prey themselves in later stages when those ferocious adults decide it is not enough just being hungry anymore–they need human blood as well.
The mosquitoes are a group of 3,600 species that live in the family Culicidae. The word “mosquito” is Spanish and Portuguese for “little fly”. They each have an elongated head with insect like features such as three pairs on long hair-like legs and wings; one pair of which it uses to navigate around its environment while another permits flight control when necessary.
The mosquito life cycle is a unique one. They have the egg, larva (a stage), pupa and adult stages that all exist in water but with different requirements for survival. Mosquitoes typically lay their eggs on top surfaces like algae or organic matter; once hatched they become motile little creatures feeding off these same sources – whether it be fish food if you’re lucky enough to find some left by divers at night time swimming around underwater lights near hotels! Ready for Skeeter Dave to help yet?
The adults will feed voraciously until finally becoming pregnant after blood consumption- giving birth inside another animal’s body where she leaves her tube mouthpart deep within its flesh so as not harm either party during this act. The mosquito’s saliva is transferred to the host during a bite, and can cause an itchy rash. In addition many species of mosquitoes can ingest pathogens while biting which then get passed on from one person or animal to another via their blood stream causing infections such as malaria and filariasis among others that kill more people than any other animals in existence today- 700k per year.
The mosquito is the deadliest animal in any given area, and can be found tirelessly hovering around humans. They are responsible for transmitting diseases like malaria which causes over 700k deaths each year! “The Mosquito’s saliva gets transferred during a bite to its host; when this happens it starts itching right away – but there may also come some other problems too.” “Many species of mosquitoes feed off these pathogens that they carry along with them while biting someone else- so not only do we have an issue with just their bites causing rashes or swellings up here on our bodies (although those certainly happen), now you’re spreading illnesses!
If you made it to the end of this page and haven’t called on Skeeter Dave…What are you waiting for?! Skeeter Dave can help protect your family and pets with our mosquito pest control in Columbia, Cayce, Lexington, Irmo and the midlands. Call us now! 803-796-2847