There are over 120,000 species of mosquito worldwide. Mosquito are considered pests because they pose a health risk to humans, pets and livestock. They can infest your home or business and spread diseases like Salmonella and E. coli. A few species may even bite humans and animals. If a small fly problem is left uncontrolled, it has the potential to turn into a serious infestation. Some fly species are able to mature from eggs to adults in just seven to ten days.
Using a professional fly control service is the most effective way to guarantee the complete removal of mosquito from your property.
Mosquito can be a nuisance when buzzing around the home particularly if in large numbers. However, some species of fly also pose a health risk.
In particular, house mosquito transmit a wide range of diseases including salmonella, dysentery, tuberculosis, cholera and parasitic worms.
In this country, mosquitoes are less likely to spread disease than in the tropics, but the irritation caused by the bites can still be distressing particularly for children.
Adults 6-7mm. Female houseflies lay 400-600 eggs in decaying matter or faeces which develop into maggot larvae. Attracted to any uncovered food or organic waste. Mosquitoes are infamous for spreading extremely dangerous diseases such as malaria, dengue, brain fever, cerebral malaria and filariasis.
A professional pest control service will be required for larger or multiple infestations.
Kalinga Pest Control technicians understand the habits of each species and also have a range of powerful insecticides to deal with flies and provide the reassurance that the problem has been fully dealt with.