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BERG’S BUG REMOVAL – WE SPRAY MOSQUITOES!
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Summer is filled with backyard BBQ’s and celebrations, don’t let mosquitoes ruin your big event.
Contact Berg’s Bug Removal for a mosquito control treatment.
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Dirty little buggers!
They have been waiting all winter to hatch. As soon as the snow melts and the temperature rises, the spring mosquitoes start biting!
Contact Berg’s Bug Removal to get on the spring schedule. Our barrier treatment and standing water treatment will give you a jumpstart on the mosquito season. firstname.lastname@example.org
A common group of mosquitoes, called floodwater early spring mosquitoes, lay eggs directly on the ground in late summer. The eggs spend the entire winter under the snow; while the adult mosquitoes die. When the snow melts, the mosquitoes hatch in the meltwater and begin their life cycle, emerging as adults that start biting sometime in early May.
Towards the end of May, the eggs of mosquitoes that need higher summer temperatures will hatch. These floodwater summertime mosquitoes account for most of those that bite us, and they usually start appearing around Memorial Day.
It’s hard to think about mosquitoes and warm weather when you are shoveling snow from your driveway; don’t let your guard down. As soon as the snow and ice have melted from your roof, clean the debris from your gutters and remove all water from containers.
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Mosquitoes love gutters clogged with water, wet leaves and other debris. In fact, a significant percentage of mosquitoes in your neighborhood are bred right at home, in your own wet gutters. Experts say all it takes is one tablespoon of standing water to breed hundreds of mosquitoes.
Mosquitoes are known to carry many infectious diseases including malaria and West Nile virus, making them a public health menace. And you may be inadvertently giving them a place to reproduce and attack your family with your gutters.
Reduce the mosquito population:
All this will guarantee a much quieter time on your deck…and give those blood-sucking annoyances one less place to pester.