Western Encephalitis Mosquito Control
Commercial and residential property owners in the Greater Austin, Texas are has come to know A-Tex Pest Management; fully licensed and insured professional pest control experts, providing services to the community at affordable rates. Our superior execution on all services rendered are exceptional, and at A-Tex Pest Management, we apply family-friendly customer, high moral standards and work ethics, as well as traditional values on a consistent basis to ensure your experience with us is phenomenal every time. A-Tex Pest Management technicians are among the elite, having advanced training, remarkable skills and experience in the field. They are more than qualified to perform any of the valuable services we offer. In addition, A-Tex Pest Management exclusively utilizes high-end products and equipment to ensure maximum results.
Western Encephalitis Mosquito Inspections, Control & Prevention in Austin, Round Rock, Leander, Pflugerville & Cedar Park, Texas
If you have a mosquito problem on the grounds or inside your home or business in Austin, Texas, contact A-Tex Pest Management to ensure you are not threatened by the potential diseases they carry.
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A-Tex Pest Management offers mosquito control service to commercial and residential customers in Austin, Texas and surrounding areas, including the Western Encephalitis Mosquito. Preferring to feed on birds, these mosquitoes will still bite other animals including people and can potentially spread disease, such as St. Louis encephalitis and more recently, West Nile virus. Western Encephalitis Mosquito are recognizable with their distinctive white band of scale patterns and the legs have white banding on each side of the joints. Males primarily feed on the nectar, and though the females also feed on the nectar. They will perch on a host to consume blood for protein in order to produce eggs. They need standing water to lay their eggs so removing standing water goes a long way to mosquito prevention in your yard.
“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.”