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Xpert Mosquito Control

The simple mosquito while small in stature, can be annoying at best, and deadly at worst. Unlike ticks, fleas, and other insects that are exclusive blood feeders, mosquitoes rely on sugar for energy, obtaining it from plant nectar and juices. Female mosquitoes bite because they need blood to extract all of the proteins and nutrients to produce fertile eggs. This biting process we're all familiar with, is how disease and bacteria is spread.

Generally, mosquitoes need water to complete their life cycle. This can include water backups in gutters, water trapped in the top of planter pots, birdbaths, discarded tires, cans, pool covers, pet water bowls, and any other containers capable of holding moisture.

The Complete Xpert Mosquito Control:

  • Our Xperts will assess the property for standing water and other breeding grounds.

  • Our Xperts will treat property for resting areas including bushes, trees, shrubs, and other plant life.

  • Additional Xpert recommended service: With Pruning, and our Xpert Lawn Care Applications it will help disrupt mosquito breeding cycles completely.

NEWS ALERT

  • 01/05/2016
    We've linked to the official CDC page for the Zika Virus if you have any questions or concerns. - CDC, Center for Disease Control.

  • 01/05/2016
    First identified in Brazil, it appears Zika has now been found in Puerto Rico and is most likely expected to reach the U.S. - Newsweek, read the article HERE.

  • 01/16/2016
    A travel alert for pregnant women is being strongly recommended. The first case of Zika-related microcephaly has been confirmed in Hawaii. The mother had traveled to Brazil while pregnant. - Yahoo, read the article HERE.

  • 01/25/2016
    The World Health Organization has made an announcment saying they fully expect the Zika virus to spread across the Americas. - BBC, read the article HERE.

  • 01/29/2016
    The Zika virus has made landfall on continental U.S. with the first case confirmed in Florida. Scientists there are expecting more outbreaks. - WLRN Miami|South Florida, read the article HERE.

  • 02/01/2016
    "Experts are worried that the virus is spreading far and fast, with devastating consequences. The WHO alert puts Zika in the same category of concern as Ebola." - BBC, read the article HERE.

  • 02/04/2016
    With the revelation that Zika can be spread between sexual partners The Centers for Disease Control has updated their recommendations for pregnant women and women trying to become pregnant. Be sure about your male partners and where they've traveled from. - CNN, read the article HERE.

  • 02/04/2016
    Brazilian researches have determined saliva and urine and other bodily fluids can possibly transmit Zika. - The Washington Post, read the article HERE.

  • 02/09/2016
    Two cases of Zika confirmed in Pennsylvania. The two positive cases are among 21 possible subjects infected with Zika. Further testing is required. - WTAE Pittsburgh, read the article HERE.

  • 02/13/2016
    If Zika isn't scary enough, researchers are investigating if the cause of an Illinois woman's miscarriage. - Chicago Tribune, read the article HERE.

  • 02/19/2016
    The Zika virus continues to reach farther north. Iowa is the new breeding ground for Zika mosquitos. - KCCI Des Moines, read the article HERE.

  • 03/30/2016
    Scientists are attempting to create a genetically modified mosquito that will kill off Zika and Malaria carrying mosquitos. The male mosquito will have a gene that kills the offspring. - Wisconsin Public Radio, read the article HERE.

  • 04/07/2016
    A really creative, and eco-friendly design by a Canadian team of scientists to eliminate Zika carrying mosquitos. It's a trap system tested in Guatemala. Xpert tip: If you want to test mosquito traps, Guatemala has plenty of mosquitos. - Eureka Alert, read the article HERE.

  • 04/011/2016
    This list of the 30 American cities most at risk for Zika Virus outbreaks mostly focuses on southern states. It's important for anyone planning on traveling. - Eureka Alert, read the article HERE.

  • 04/011/2016
    The Zika Virus is continually being linked with other brain disorders and nerve damage and is being described as much more dangerous than originally thought. - Eureka Alert, read the article HERE.