How can Long Island mosquito exterminator Miracle Pest keep mosquitoes from invading
your yard? Control.
State of the art technology, proven results. Mosquitoes, gone.
Are all mosquitoes the same?
No, there are many different types of mosquitoes found all over the world. If you are local to Long Island, you will find the Aedes species of mosquito, specifically the aegypti and albopictus. The later being commonly referred to as the Asian Tiger Mosquito.
Are mosquitoes dangerous?
They can be. The Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus mosquitoes can be vectors of dengue fever, yellow fever, West Nile fever, chikungunya, and Zika virus, which has potentially dangerous health risks. Symptoms of Zika virus infection include headache, fever, rash, joint pain and muscle pain. If you are experiencing these symptoms, contact your health practitioner.
Do Mosquitoes bite during the day?
Yes! The Aedes species of mosquito bite during the morning and the evening. The females lay eggs in water, as little as a bottle cap full. Once they hatch, they bite, and while blood loss is not significant, the mosquito's saliva can cause an irritating rash.
How can I prevent mosquitoes from invading my yard?
There are some preventative measures that will help limit mosquito populations, such as eliminating standing water and piles of debris. Also, you can enroll in a mosquito protection program such as Miracle Mosquito Yard Guard, which uses state of the art traps that lure and contaminate mosquitoes with a slow killing larvacide, that is spread to other breeding sites as the mosquito travels. This eliminates the mosquito and any offspring. And it has no environmental breakdown, meaning rain will not wash it away.