West Nile Mosquito Control in San Angelo
We provide Automatic Misting Systems for homes, dairies, businesses, tennis courts, resorts, sports facilities, farms and ranches, barns, and more. But mosquito control is something everyone can and should do – whether your at home or your business.
Since 1999, there have been no less than 66 mosquito species detected by the CDC to carry the West Nile virus. (https://www.cdc.gov/westnile/resources/pdfs/MosquitoSpecies1999-2016.pdf). And although not all species of mosquito are found in Texas, the West Nile virus has infected humans in Texas, as well as birds, sentinel animals, and/or veterinary animals.
In 2017 in Texas alone, we saw 135 total West Nile Virus disease cases, and 6 deaths steaming from this virus. (https://www.cdc.gov/westnile/resources/pdfs/data/WNV-Disease-Cases-and-PVDs-by-State-2017_08082018-P.pdf) The West Nile Virus can bring on such issues meningitis, encephalitis, and acute flaccid paralysis. There were a total of 146 deaths in the United States as a direct result of this disease.
In 2016, the CDC reported the West Nile Virus active, so let’s not have a repeat! Let’s stop this together!
Automatic Misting Systems
The easiest and best way to avoid West Nile Virus is to prevent Mosquito bites. Controlling the mosquito population around your home is key.
San Angelo Mosquito Control offers an easy to use timer, allowing pre-set times to emit the mist; offering the Automatic luxury of taking care of the misting for you.
This system will offer the home owner up to a 95% reduction in mosquito activity around their homes, pools,gardens and outdoor facilities. This will also offer a better alternative than the usual over the counter remedies. Lotions, gels,pump sprays and outdoor candles can leave an undesirable scent and more often than not are ineffective.
Let us take care of your mosquito problem!
West Nile Facts
- Spread to humans through infected mosquitos
- People typically develop symptoms between & 14 days of being bitten
- Approximately 80% of people who are infected will not show symptoms
- Currently there is no vaccine for West Nile
- People over the age of 50 are at a higher risk of developing serious symptoms
- Mosquitos are most active at dusk & dawn
- Mosquitos use standing water sources to breed
- Only the female mosquito can bite
- Mosquitos can carry yellow fever, dengue & encephalitis
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Interested in protecting your family? Call our team at (325) 313-3466 and we will provide you with a comprehensive estimate on an Automatic Misting System for your home or business. You can also submit a form on this page, and a representative will rely just as soon as possible.