Asian Tiger Mosquito Control
A-Tex Pest Management of Austin, Texas is completely licensed and insured to provide commercial business owners and residential homeowners locally and in surrounding areas with quality pest control services at affordable rates. Our elite team of technicians have the training, experience, and skills necessary to perform the services we offer with superior workmanship. Additionally, A-Tex Pest Management exclusively utilizes high-end products and equipment to ensure ultimate results. A-Tex Pest Management prioritizes our valued customers, which is why we consistently apply friendly customer service, high morals, and traditional values with every service we executed with precision and efficiency.
How Did the Asian Tiger Mosquito Get to America?
After first being found in Houston, TX, the Asian tiger mosquito species has quickly spread to other areas within the State of Texas and America. This mosquito species is believed to have been brought into the United States via shipments of old tires from Asia.
Asian Tiger Mosquito Inspections, Control & Removal in Austin, Round Rock, Leander, Pflugerville & Cedar Park, Texas
If you have Asian tiger mosquitoes infiltrating your home or business in the Greater Austin, Texas area, contact A-Tex Pest Management and let our skilled pest control experts take care of the rest.
Tailored SolutionsWe know every home & business is unique and we will work with you to find the best solution for you.
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A-Tex Pest Management takes care of the many species of mosquitoes that terrorize local businesses and homes in Austin, Texas and surrounding areas, including the Asian Tiger Mosquito. The Asian tiger mosquito is approximately 1/4” long with a black and white pattern like a tiger, hence their name. The white stripe runs down the center of the head and down the back with white bands on the legs. These mosquitoes will lay their eggs natural or artificial water-filled containers and do not lay their eggs in ditches or marshes. Asian tiger mosquitoes do not fly more than ½ mile away from the breeding site generally. The Asian Tiger mosquito is a carrier of Dengue Fever, and a potential carrier of other diseases and illnesses such as Yellow Fever, encephalitis, and heartworm in pets. They are persistent biters
“We will not hesitate to call them if the problem arises again, and we will certainly be contacting them for all of our future pest control needs.”