Where Do Mosquitoes Go in the Winter?

The presence of mosquitoes in any residential area is cause for concern. These tiny insects appear to bite human flesh, but the really just pierce the skin and leave a trace amount of saliva that becomes infected. Sometimes, the body’s immune system reacts to the saliva without any infection present, and this is why the bites may or may not appear red around the itchy area. Our service professionals can handle any mosquito infestation with expert precision. However, many of our customers also ask us frequently about the mosquito problem during the cold winter months. Winter Mosquito Hibernation Mosquitoes are known...
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Happy Holidays from MosquitoNix

MosquitoNix is always looking for new ways to improve our services for customers. We are excited during this time of year on behalf of our clients. This is a great opportunity for us to have because we are committed to improving the quality of life for our clients. There is no better time to do this than the holidays. This is the season where we are often flooded with inquiries about our pest-control programs. As our clients become aware of the dangers of a holiday pest infestation, they turn to us for fast and effective solutions. The team at MosquitoNix is...
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The Deadliest Creature in the World

What comes to mind when you picture the world's deadliest creature? You might think of a lion, tiger, or even a shark. However, you'd actually be incorrect. It may be shocking that something so tiny can be deadly, but it turns out that the seemingly insignificant mosquito leads the way as the globe's most dangerous creature. How is this possible? What is so risky about mosquitoes? How can you lower your mosquito population? We will address these important questions below. Mosquito Facts There are well over 3,500 different species of mosquitoes throughout the world, making them the most common pest. Not...
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MosquitoNix Stands Ready

To Our South Florida Family, We hope this letter finds you safe and in the best spirits possible. We hope that the damage left behind by Hurricane Irma was minimal.We wanted to let you know that we anticipate that we will resume all operations on Thursday or Friday this week depending on road conditions and power restoration.If you have sustained damage to your misting system, feel free to respond to this email and we will schedule an appointment to evaluate your misting system. For all of our valued misting system owners, we will be providing mosquito fogging if your system is...
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Tips For Your Labor Day BBQ

In 1882, rival union leaders came together in New York City to protest the unfair labor practices that they were subjected to, and Labor Day was born. Fast forward 135 years, and now Labor Day marks the unofficial end of the summer. If you plan on hosting family and friends for a barbecue to celebrate, follow these tips to prevent pests. Drain All Sources of Standing Water Around Your Yard If there's one way to invite mosquitoes to your Labor Day barbecue, it's to leave standing water around your yard. That's because female mosquitoes love to lay their eggs in it....
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