In Riverside, you might feel safe from pests, but in reality, they are more prevalent than ever before. Mosquitoes are among the most common Riverside pests you have to worry about here, so you should learn how to get rid of mosquitoes on your property before it is too late. Mosquitoes are especially dangerous, which is why pest control in Riverside is so important. Learn how professionals can protect your home and family.
Why Do Mosquitoes Bite?
Many types of mosquitoes can invade your Riverside home, and no matter what kind shows up on your property, you still want to get rid of them no matter what. Unfortunately, getting rid of mosquitoes is a bigger challenge than you might think.
The most common mosquitoes in Riverside that you will find are:
Of these mosquitoes, Aedes encompasses the greatest number of species in California. These mosquitoes attack for blood meals in order to produce viable eggs, and we are a great source for them. They can obtain blood from almost any host, but they will choose you if your property appeals to them.
What Attracts Mosquitoes To Some Properties More Than Others?
The reason mosquitoes are infesting your property over others is they have found the most ideal and hospitable conditions on your property. Your property provides them with plenty of hosts to meet their blood needs, nectar to feed on, and, most importantly, standing water for them to lay their eggs.
Mosquitoes seek out standing water to lay their eggs, often laying 300 at a time. Beyond this, mosquitoes have also shown preferences in blood types and the naturally occurring bacteria on your skin. They will come to your property because of its favorable conditions, but when they bite you and not the person next to you, it can be because of these hidden factors.
Why Do Mosquitoes Usually Bite Arms and Legs?
Similar to their attraction to your blood type and your skin bacteria, mosquitoes are also attracted to the especially warm parts of your body. Areas close to your feet, armpits, and hands can be some of the sweatiest parts of your body, emitting the most smells.
Bug spray works by hiding these smells. They conceal your natural odors and are full of things that repel mosquitoes, such as DEET. However, dealing with mosquitoes is a much bigger challenge than using bug spray and other things that repel mosquitoes. You have to deal with what is bringing them to your property in the first place, and that is where Compass Pest Management comes in.
How To Control Mosquitoes Around Your Yard
Compass Pest Management understands mosquitoes and knows what is bringing them to your property in the first place. Before mosquitoes come onto your property, to begin with, you can make sure to eliminate sources of standing water in your yard to deter them. But, when they are already infesting your property, professionals are the best option.
Compass Pest Management uses foggers to create a barrier for your yard. On top of this, we also use mosquito stations. These stations are black buckets that mosquitoes go into and prevent mosquitoes from reproducing. These stations will supplement our foggers and help get rid of mosquitoes, significantly reducing the overall population. Reach out to us to learn more about our mosquito reduction solutions.