Mosquitoes In Arlington Can Ruin Your Summer...We Can Help!

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Arlington, Texas, is known for its "Texas-sized fun." Arlington has beautiful golf courses, stunning forested trails for hiking and biking, cooling pools and water parks, and parks and playgrounds that allow parents to relax while the kids run wild! Whether your fun is visiting all the enjoyable places Arlington has to offer or simply relaxing in your yard, both have one thing in common – mosquitoes. Without pest control in Arlington, mosquitoes can soon sap the fun out of any outdoor activity.

Where Do Mosquitoes Come From?

A mosquito's life cycle begins on the water or close to the boundaries of water and land, where females lay dozens of small, oval-shaped eggs on the surface. Eggs only take a few days before they turn almost black and fully submerge under the water, hatching and beginning the larvae stage. In the larvae stage, mosquitoes resemble worms and spend their days looking for and eating food. They will shed their external covering (exoskeleton) that supports and protects their body multiple times as they grow and enter the pupa stage. 

The pupa stage is crucial because this is where they complete their development and develop their legs and wings. They eventually move to the water's surface to let their new wings dry. From here on, mosquitoes spend their time in the air or on land looking for food. Both males and females eat nectar. Females also seek out blood meals to nourish their eggs. Biting females are the mosquitoes that can spread diseases dangerous to people.

All The Ways Mosquitoes Can Be Dangerous

Female mosquitoes bite people because they need the protein in an animal or person’s blood to reproduce. Some mosquitoes can transmit viruses to people that cause disease.

Diseases common in the United States from mosquito bites include:

  • Eastern equine encephalitis
  • Chikungunya
  • Tularemia
  • West Nile virus
  • Dengue fever

Not only do mosquito bites spread diseases, but they also leave people with itchy welts. While most people only experience mild reactions, some can experience more pronounced swelling, swollen lymph nodes, low-grade fevers, hives, and soreness. Excessive scratching can also lead to infections. While most mosquito bites are simply irritants, there is always the possibility that a simple bite can turn into something more significant. Arlington area property owners can minimize mosquito problems with professional treatments from All Seasons Pest Control.

Factors That Attract Mosquitoes To Your Yard

Warmth and moisture are a mosquito's happy place, and Arlington provides the perfect environment for mosquitoes in Texas to flourish. While property owners can't control the weather, you can watch out for some natural attractions that could easily lure mosquitoes to your yards.

Four things around properties that could attract mosquitoes include:

  1. Clogged gutters
  2. Items left in yards that serve as water receptacles (flower pots, kiddie pools, bird baths, tires, buckets, and even empty soda cans)
  3. Low-lying areas around properties that don't drain properly and accumulate water
  4. Ponds, pools, and decorative water features 

While removing attractions from yards is a great way to help cut down the mosquito population around your yard, it’s never a guarantee. When and if mosquitoes seem to get the upper hand in your yard, All Seasons Pest Control offers specialized mosquito control solutions to help get rid of mosquitoes in your yard.

Professional Mosquito Control Is A Great Idea For Your Yard

The best way to ensure professional mosquito control is by using All Seasons Pest Control. Established in 1994, our family-owned and operated local pest control company has been fighting annoying mosquitoes in Arlington for a long time. We treat our customers like family and pride ourselves on offering honest and realistic services with clear expectations. Get a head start on mosquito control by contacting All Seasons Pest Control today for a free quote.