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The months from April through October bring many joys like blossoming flowers and warmer temperatures. Unfortunately, they also bring one thing that many the Southeastern United States residents dread – the return of mosquitoes. Fortunately, with professional mosquito control service from Lookout Pest Control, you can take control of your outdoors.

Call us today about our effective mosquito control service. In the meantime, read on for some additional information on how to manage mosquitoes in our area.

Mosquito treatment in Georgia and Tennessee by Lookout Pest Control

Tips for Preventing Mosquitoes in the Southeastern United States This Summer

There are a few things you can do to try to deter mosquitoes from your property.

Standing Water

1. Remove all sources of standing water.

Trim and Mow Yard

2. Trim shrubs and keep the lawn mowed

Clear Clutter

3. Clear away yard debris and clutter

Removing water is crucial to preventing mosquitoes. That’s because mosquitoes require water to breed, and they can go from egg to adult in about one week under ideal conditions. Unless you interrupt the mosquito life cycle, they can keep reproducing until October.

These DIY tips can make an impact on mosquitoes in your yard. However, with the intensity of mosquitoes in the Southeastern United States, your best bet is to hire a professional mosquito exterminator like Lookout Pest Control.

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Do mosquito bites transfer diseases in Georgia and Tennessee by Lookout Pest Control

Do mosquito bites transfer disease?

Yes, mosquito bites can transmit disease to humans. Mosquito-borne diseases are a public health problem worldwide, and they can be fatal. In the United States, mosquito-borne diseases are relatively rare. Here in the Southeastern United States area, we’re fortunate in that regard, but it’s important to know that it can happen. So, if you start feeling sick or feverish after a mosquito bite, contact a medical professional as soon as possible.

How to prevent mosquitoes in Georgia and Tennessee by Lookout Pest Control

How to prevent mosquitoes

Whether it’s a small patio or a sprawling garden, our experts have ideas that can help make your yard less attractive to mosquitoes.

Safe mosquito treatments in Georgia and Tennessee by Lookout Pest Control

Is mosquito treatment safe?

When you work with a licensed mosquito exterminator like Lookout, our experienced pest control team makes sure that it’s safe.

Mosquito repellent effectives in Georgia and Tennessee by Lookout Pest Control

Does mosquito repellent work?

Go to your local supermarket and you’ll find countless mosquito repellants on the shelf. It’s natural to wonder: how effective are they?

Seasonal Mosquito Treatments Work

Our seasonal mosquito treatments stop the mosquito life cycle before it starts. From April through October, enjoy monthly mosquito control service. Feel free to start service any time between April and October on a pro-rated plan that renews annually. We will find the most effective areas to treat on your property, such as bushes, shrubs, trees, water, and vegetation where mosquitoes like to rest.

$50 off Initial Mosquito Control Service

Mention code “SKITO” to redeem. Cannot be redeemed with other offers. Valid only on new initial Mosquito Reduction Services only.

Expires 07/31/2024

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Logan the technician who came to our home was very knowledgeable with the product he would be using in our home what if any effects on my copd and that It was pet friendly as well and he deer hunts and just a great guy. We established our service with your company because he does his job wonderfully great sales not pushy gave us options and had a plan to get the job done right. And he was very professional . Great job 5 stars here ... you will definitely want to use this company and there services. Thank you
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David from Lookout Pest Control has been treating our home for several years now. He is always very professional, courteous, on time, communicates well to setup appointments, and treats our home and us with the utmost respect. The service is excellent, we never have any real issues thanks to the quality of the service but when I do occasionally mention seeing some ants or carpenter bees on the porch he’s always extra thorough. Extremely satisfied, we wouldn’t use anyone else.
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I have used Lookout for pest control for nearly 10 years and have always been very happy with their service. Our regular tech, David W, has always done a great job communicating with us about our services and is friendly and professional. Any time we have had an issue above our regular service, they have responded immediately. Great company!
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What You Need to Know About Mosquitoes in the Southeastern United States

Mosquitoes are a common nuisance in the Southeastern United States, posing not only an annoyance but also a potential vector for diseases in these regions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Believe it or not, only female mosquitoes actually bite humans. And female mosquitoes will only ever bite when they’re producing eggs! Think about that: every time you’ve ever been bitten by a mosquito, the mosquito then flew off and laid a raft of 50 to 400 eggs.

Female mosquitoes bite to obtain a blood meal, which provides essential nutrients like proteins and iron necessary for their egg development. They use specialized mouthparts to pierce the skin and feed on the blood of hosts, including humans and animals.

Itchy mosquito bites are, well…irritating – and they can be especially hard on kids. Even worse, it’s not just the bites you need to worry about. Mosquito-borne diseases are relatively rare in the United States, but they can pose risk. Our state-certified mosquito control professionals can put your mind at ease. Give us a call today for a free quote!

Call Lookout Pest Control for a Free Evaluation

Itchy mosquito bites are, well…irritating – and they can be especially hard on kids. Even worse, it’s not just the bites you need to worry about. Mosquito-borne diseases are relatively rare in the United States, but they can pose risk. Our state-certified mosquito control professionals can put your mind at ease. Give us a call today for a free quote!

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