A Handy Mosquito-Prevention Guide For Your Honolulu Yard

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Have you ever wondered about mosquitoes? These pests are everywhere here in Honolulu, and they pose a unique threat to property owners. If you have not taken the time to consider why mosquitoes are a problem or to look into methods that will keep these pests out of your yard, take some time to do so today. To skip right to professional pest control in Honolulu, contact the experts at Pest Tech Hawaii. We would be happy to treat your yard and help you find freedom from potentially dangerous yard pests. If you are here to learn more about the mosquitoes in Honolulu, here are some things to consider today.

The Life Cycle Of Common Mosquitoes

A mosquito's entire life cycle only spans about eight to ten days. This includes the development from egg to larvae, from larvae to pupa, and from pupa to adult. One thing you should know about mosquitoes is that only females have the mouthparts needed to draw blood from human skin. They gather blood in order to provide nutrients for their eggs. Eggs are laid inside sources of stagnant water around properties. These areas are also called breeding grounds. You might find breeding grounds around your yard inside ornate pools, birdbaths, clogged gutters, and areas where rainwater has built up. If disturbed before hatching, mosquito eggs become unviable. 

Why Mosquitoes Are Considered So Dangerous

Mosquitoes are among the many blood-feeding insects that are capable of spreading disease with their bites. One of the most common diseases spread by mosquitoes is malaria. Although more common in third-world countries, outbreaks of malaria do occur in the United States. Mosquitoes are also responsible for the spread of West Nile virus, chikungunya, dengue fever, and Zike virus. If you suspect you are sick and are worried that it might be one of these diseases, talk to your doctor. They should be able to identify what you are sick with and get you back on a road to health. To generally reduce your chances of getting sick, do everything in your power to avoid mosquito bites and keep them away from your property. 

Five Eco-Friendly Mosquito-Prevention Tips

When it comes to how to prevent mosquitoes in your Honolulu yard, you have two options, professional mosquito control and DIY prevention. Let’s start with DIY. Here are five eco-friendly mosquito-prevention tips to use on your property.

  1. Eliminate sources of water build-up caused by rain and do what you can to prevent water from building up in the future.
  2. Make sure your gutters are in good repair, clean, and properly channeling water away from your home.
  3. Change the water in birdbaths and ornate pools once every four to five days.
  4. Install some fans around your covered outdoor lounging areas.
  5. Apply mosquito repellant to your body before going outdoors, and consider wearing light-colored clothing to be less visible to mosquitoes. 

The Most Effective Mosquito Control For Your Yard

In order to guarantee that mosquitoes stay out of your yard, you need professional mosquito control. At Pest Tech Hawaii, we know how to control mosquitoes and offer amazing Honolulu pest control options to help members of our community fight back against potentially harmful insects. To start, schedule your home and property for an inspection. We will identify what pest problems you are dealing with and offer you some quick and effective solutions. If you are only looking for yard pest control, we would be more than happy to find an option that meets your needs.

Contact us now to learn more about our home pest control services in Hawaii.

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