Miami Mosquito Control


It may surprise you, but mosquitoes are known to be more dangerous than other animals or insects. If you combine this with the fact that they are better adapting to the urban conditions then you can see why we’re concerned.

Although exterminators can decrease the number of mosquitoes in a specific area, they’re not able to promise a customer that there will be no further threat. At Miami Bed Bugs Exterminator, we make it our goal to decrease the mosquitoes in your area by 70%. We know that our clients would like to get rid of them completely, but that’s not something that any pest control company is going to be able to do.

How To Get Rid Of Mosquitoes?

Did you know that mosquitoes grow in water? Our treatments involve a huge amount of effort. It also involves source reduction and the use of chemical products. With the use of source reduction, we will eliminate the water sources where they breed. For the long-term approach, source reduction is much more effective.

The treatment plan that we offer begins with a thorough inspection of your property. Then next step, we will identify the type of mosquito causing you trouble. After the inspection pace, we will then prepare and customize a treatment plan suited to your problem. We will also recommend some of the chemical products for you to use.

How Do They Get Inside Your Home?

Mosquitoes are members of the fly family. They’re big enough that most people can easily see them with the naked eye. They usually rest in dark, hidden areas and they are known to breed in a pool of water that does not flow. Some of their species are active at day but most of them emerge before dusk and are active at night. At night, they will search for food or blood meal. They will find a way inside your home through open windows and open doors. You will mostly find them around your laundry rooms, under sinks, and in closets.

Mosquito Bites

Mosquitoes are small and they have very short lifespans, but they can put human lives in danger with their itchy bites that might carry diseases. They choose their human victims based on the scent of their carbon dioxide.

The female ones have long, tubular mouthparts that are allowing them to pierce through your skin and suck on your blood. They inject saliva into your body when biting. Their saliva contains proteins, but most people are allergic to these proteins

Give Us A Call!

After you call one of our exterminators, we’ll come out to inspect the area near the bite site. During the inspection we will attempt to identify the type of mosquito and their breeding spot.

Our exterminator is trained well to help prevent and manage pests. We believe that every building and home are unique, which is why we design a unique program for your situation.

The goal of our professionals is to target the mosquitoes at both the larva and adult stages. If you’ve been bitten then call our professionals at (786) 269-0530 immediately!

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