Insects

How to Help NJ Officials Fight the Mosquito Population


Thanks to wetter weather conditions than usual, mosquitoes made an early appearance in NJ this year. This means that there’s a good chance these pests will be around in larger numbers than usual. In addition to hiring professional mosquito control services in Monmouth County, you can take other steps to reduce mosquito populations.

Keeping Mosquitoes Away

How can you and your family help NJ officials keep mosquito populations under control? Mosquitoes need standing water to lay their eggs. Making sure that your yard has no sources of pooled water is a good way to prevent these pests from being able to lay eggs and increase their population. Dump standing water in pet dishes, flower pots and other items in your yard. Check your gutters or have them cleaned to make sure you don’t have standing water in them.

Professional Mosquito Control

Having your yard professionally treated for mosquitoes can also help prevent them from becoming a problem. You can have this service done as often as needed during the season. If you already have mosquitoes, you should have pest control experts handle eliminating them from your yard. This helps cut down on these pests and the diseases they can spread to people and pets.

If your yard has a mosquito problem, contact Allison Pest Control. Our mosquito control services in Monmouth County can get your pest problem under control.

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