Mosquito Control

Mosquitos are probably one of the most annoying pests we have here in Pennsylvania. We have all slapped away at mosquito bites while trying to enjoy the great outdoors during the Summer months. Mosquitos typically feed on plants and nectar from flowers but are also known to feast on blood. There are many ways that the Mosquitoes find us. They use their sense of smell and sight to locate potential targets. They are also attracted to the Carbon Dioxide we exhale. While they can feed any time of the day, they most often are out at dawn and dusk. JDA Pest Control has effective and affordable solutions for helping to minimize the invasion of mosquitos on your property.

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Are you ready to get rid of your Mosquito problem? Call today to schedule your pest control services. (267) 429-5953

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Mosquito Bites can be more dangerous than you think

When a mosquito bites, they have the ability to transfer its saliva into your body. While most of us think of these bites as an itchy temporary annoyance, that can’t be further from the truth. Mosquitoes can bite multiple people each time spreading the previous person’s blood that has been collected in their saliva to the next person. Mosquitoes have been known to carry viruses such as the West Nile Virus, Zika Virus, Malaria, and other potentially harmful infections. Don’t put yourself and your family at risk. There are proven techniques to help reduce the population of mosquitos on your property and the experts at JDA Pest Control can help institute them.

DIY Mosquito Treatment Vs Professional Mosquito Treatment

When you visit the home stores, there is typically a whole aisle devoted to pest control. You will find a large section for Mosquito control. You may have even purchased many of these items yourself like citronella candles, bug zappers, or mosquito traps and sprays. While these may provide a temporary fix, the problem will continue until a more permanent solution is created. Professional Treatment looks at the source of the infestations which typically are stagnant water areas and dark moist areas in and around your home. We look for ways to reduce these risk areas and provide treatment to other areas where mosquitoes may nest.