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NJ Mosquito Control– Where Mosquitoes Breed

Mosquitoes breed constantly in water that is stagnant and swarm outdoor events especially during the summer. Puddles, discarded tires, and bird baths are areas of stagnant water in which they breed. Reservoirs, retention ponds, and swamps are breeding grounds for mosquitoes. Even one New Jersey mosquito can cause havoc in your home.

Common Misconceptions About New Jersey Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes do not require blood to survive they feed on nectar which is contrary to popular belief. Female mosquitoes require blood in order to lay eggs; the males are not blood drinkers. A female mosquito will seek more blood to produce more young once her eggs are laid. She will continue this life cycle until she passes away after about two weeks. Contact our professional NJ mosquito control company at Coastal who can safely treat your property to eradicate mosquitoes in all stages of development.

Mosquitoes are responsible for more deaths among humans than any other insect even though many just consider them a nuisance. They easily infect hosts when they feed off of animals and humans. Diseases such as encephalitis, malaria, dengue fever, and the West Nile virus can be transmitted through New Jersey mosquitoes. The West Nile virus first appeared in 1999 in the western hemisphere and quickly spread to infect people in every state within the US.

Mosquito Control Systems in NJ – Preserve Human Health and Well Being

As a result mosquito control systems are vitally important to human health and well-being. Some mosquitoes carry more deadly diseases than others do. You can use mosquito insecticide on a wide scale basis which has been proven to be effective when exterminating mosquitoes in NJ. Contact a professional mosquito control company to assess and manage your situation if your property is prone to attracting a mosquito population. Coastal can help you with mosquito control in Monmouth County, Ocean County, Middlesex County, and the surrounding areas in New Jersey.

Contact a mosquito exterminator in NJ from Coastal Pest Control about how to get rid of New Jersey mosquitoes at 732-922-6200 or use our email form and contact us today.

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