Mosquitoes in Florida
Happy Fall!
We entered our rainy season a few months ago, and as a result we have been seeing mosquitoes a lot more often. Here in Florida, they typically show up all year; they're just more active around this time due to the consistent wet conditions.

There are over 200 species of mosquitoes in the US, all unique depending on their region. Some species don't even bite humans! One thing they do have in common is their life cycle, which spans anywhere from 2 weeks to 6 months.
Mosquitoes prefer standing water in order to lay their eggs, which is where you will most likely find swarms of them. Although this is good for the wildlife around them as they are a common food source for most insect-eating animals, they are still considered a nuisance to us and they also transmit diseases.

Unlike mentioned previously, a variety of species of mosquitoes do bite humans, which is what makes them a nuisance. When we get bitten by a mosquito, our skin becomes irritated due to an allergic reaction from the saliva that is injected through the straw-like mouth of the insect, resulting in the itchy red bumps we see shortly afterwards.
What We Can Do to Help
Luckily, we can provide a spray treatment to cut down on the activity you are experiencing. Pricing and treatment will depend on the size of your lawn, the amount of shrubs present, and the treatable area. Click below to request for pricing:
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