Ticks, mosquitoes, ants and many other pests are projected this summer increasing the risks of infectious diseases such as West Nile virus, Zika virus and Lyme disease as per NPMA infographic. A meticulous prevention plan is necessary to create a pest free space. Call Heritage Pest Control for Free Estimates.
Experience the joy of a mosquito free environment. Heritage Pest Control will help to reduce and repel the mosquitoes, so you can invite your friends to watch the sunset in front of the pond without a single complaint.
Mosquito Season Is Here. Don't wait until you have been bitten to begin the mosquito control process. Take steps to make your yard less inviting to mosquitoes, and make sure they don’t have easy access to the inside of your home. Contact Heritage Pest Control for a Free Estimate Today.
Did you know? Ticks generally cling to plants near the ground in brushy, wooded, or grassy places. The edges of woodlands and leaf litter are high risk areas. So, keep grass cut short and keep bushes trimmed to let sunlight in and moisture out. Want to learn more? Schedule Your Free Estimate Now!
Most mosquito bites will only result in itching or skin irritation. However, some kinds of mosquitoes found in Massachusetts carry viruses (germs) that can cause illness. For more information request a FREE Mosquito Control Estimate from Heritage Pest Control.
In 2016 more than 5,200 U.S. residents had Zika, and more than 220 people have caught Zika from local mosquitoes carrying the virus. The best defense against Aedes mosquitoes turns out to be small individual actions: destroying their habitat, repairing windows screens, wearing bug repellent and having a Mosquito Control Program from Heritage Pest Control.
Keep mosquitoes away this summer. Choose a repellent that really works, two effective ones are DEET and Picaridin. Because mosquitoes are very weak fliers, you can also run a fan on your feet and legs. Request a FREE Mosquito Control Estimate from Heritage Pest Control today.
Did you know? A mosquito, as small as it is, it's the most deadly animal in the world transmitting diseases to almost 700 million people resulting in 2 to 3 million deaths every year. Climate change is altering the environment in ways that increase the potential for viruses like Zika. Consider Heritage Pest Control to help reduce and eliminate mosquito populations in your community.