Plan ahead for the warmer months of the year by having your property treated with organic pest control products to eliminate any problems that you may have with mosquitoes.
Mosquitoes are most prevalent during the spring and summer. This makes being outdoors almost impossible. Instead of being indoors all summer due to a mosquito infestation, why not seek immediate help from the preferred services of Brooklyn NYC Pest Control.
With the help of our local NYC exterminators, we are able to effectively treat the problem before it gets out of control.
Even after having your property treated, there are things that you, as the homeowner, should do to keep mosquitoes away.
Mosquitoes breed in standing water. There are lots of opportunities for water to sit in the bottom of things without your even realizing it. We often find that pools, bird baths, tarp and planters have standing water in them. There are some ways you can avoid standing water from developing.
The best way to avoid an mosquito infestation is to make sure the bottom of your pool is completely drained and that there is no standing water in the bottom. If you have any pots and planters sitting around, make sure that there isn’t any water in the bottom of them.
If there is, empty them out and turn the planters or pots upside down or hang them high, until you intend on using them. Consider having your gutters cleaned several times a year but especially when it is getting closer to summer and spring. The gutters collect rainwater and this rainwater attracts mosquitoes.
What you are trying to avoid is a breeding place for mosquitoes. Do your part in making sure that everyone in your neighborhood is able to enjoy being outdoors this summer.
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“Mosquitoes in Brooklyn NYC” was first published by brooklynnycpestcontrol.com