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23 July

Time for a Mosquito Spray

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Protect your family from West Nile disease and more with Suburban Exterminating’s mosquito spray.

Recently, four Suffolk County mosquito samples tested positive for West Nile virus. West Nile virus is a severe illness which can include high fever, headache, neck stiffness, coma and more. West Nile is spread to humans via a mosquito bite. Call today for a mosquito spray to protect your family from this serious virus.

The mosquito samples were collected by Suffolk County officials from East Northport, Blydenburgh County Park in Smithtown, Belmont Lake State Park in North Babylon, and Heckscher State Park in East Islip. Learn more on the county’s website here.

Time for a Mosquito Spray

Suburban Exterminating can help you to reduce mosquito populations in your yard with natural products. Our treatments are applied to shrubs, trees and shady areas around your yard where mosquitoes hide. You can use your yard after our natural mosquito control product has dried. You, your family and your guests will enjoy your backyard bbq and pool again =)

Long Island is home to two biting mosquitoes: Northern House Mosquito and Asian Tiger Mosquito.   Itchy, red bumps on your skin are not the only things that a mosquito bite can produce.  Besides West Nile virus, mosquitoes can spread Zika virus, Chikungunya virus, dengue, and malaria. All types of mosquitoes need a blood meal to produce eggs. You attract mosquitoes with your body heat and the carbon dioxide which you exhale.

Call today for a mosquito treatment in Suffolk County (631) 864-6900, Nassau County (516) 864-6900 or Out East (631) 287-6900.

Fun Fact? Asian Tiger Mosquitoes are mostly active during the daytime and Northern House Mosquitoes are active from dusk to dawn.  

 

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