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Summer Mosquito Control: How To Protect Your Family From West Nile, EEE, Lyme Disease with A1 Exterminators

Mosquito biting human. Text: "Mosquitoes carry diseases. A1 Pest carries all the tool to get rid of 'em." A1 Logo.
Mosquitos are pests that are especially prevalent in the summer months. They can not only be annoying, but they can also carry diseases. There are a few things that you can do to help keep mosquitos away from your home and avoid being bitten. Most people don't think twice about swatting a fly or... more
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How A1 Exterminators Helps You Protect Your Home From Mosquitoes & Ticks

Mosquitoes and ticks are not only annoying, they can also carry disease. These pests can infest your home and yard, making it difficult to enjoy the outdoors. Mosquito and tick infestations can be difficult to control, but there are some things you can do to reduce the risk of these... more
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Residential Mosquito Control: 5 Tips To Rid of Mosquitos

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Mosquitoes are one of the most irritating pests that can invade your home. They not only bite and leave itchy welts, but they can also transmit diseases like Zika virus. Unfortunately, mosquitoes are also good at hiding and can be difficult to get rid of completely. However, there are some things... more
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The looks of a Mosquito

A mosquito, a type of bloodsucking fly. Depicted as a brown or black mosquito on its six, long legs, with wings, long abdomen, and needle-like mouth. Variously shown from above or facing... more
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How do mosquito repellents work?

A mosquito repellent doesn't actually kill mosquitoes. Repellents work by making people less attractive to mosquitoes, so they're less likely to bite you. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says mosquito repellents that contain DEET or picaridin are safe for adults and children over... more
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Five Deaths Related to Chikungunya

Reports from Puerto Rico have are saying that more than 18,000 suspected cases of chikungunya and five deaths linked to the virus.  The US Commonwealth's Department of Health said, these figures were from the week ending October 28th. Of those cases, 3,385 have been reconfirmed at laboratories of... more
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