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Mosquito Control Services in Omaha

Mosquito and Tick control services for residential and commercial properties in Omaha, NE.

Mosquito And Tick Control Services For Residential And Commercial Properties In Omaha Nebraska.

We eliminate mosquitos from your property and lay down a barrier that prevents them from returning all season long.

Omaha's central location and its extensive transportation infrastructure have helped make it a leading center for trade and commerce. The city is home to five Fortune 1000 companies, and with a population of 413,581 people, Omaha is the largest city in Nebraska and the 44th-largest city in the United States.

Summer in Omaha can be quite lovely, but it also comes with some not-so-nice visitors: mosquitoes. These pests are more than just a nuisance; they can transmit potentially harmful diseases to both humans and animals.

There are more than 3,000 species of mosquitoes worldwide, but only a handful of those species are found in the United States. In Nebraska, there are about 60 different kinds of mosquitoes. Of those 60, only a few species are known to bite humans. The most common type of mosquito in Omaha is the Culex tarsalis.

If you're looking for a reliable and effective mosquito control service in Omaha, look no further than Mosquito Shield®. Our team of experts has the experience and knowledge to provide you with the best possible protection against these pests.

Our service is backed by a money-back satisfaction guarantee, so you can be sure that you're making the best decision for your family. Contact us today to learn more about our services or to schedule a free consultation!

Mosquito Control In Omaha NE

Killing adult mosquitoes and larvae is important for many reasons.

1. Disease Control
Adult mosquitoes are known to transmit diseases such as Zika virus, West Nile virus, and malaria. These diseases can cause serious health problems, including birth defects, neurological damage, and even death. By preventing the spread of these diseases, mosquito control can save lives.

2. To Keep Pets Safe
Many types of mosquitoes are known to bite both humans and animals. This can be a major problem for pet owners, as mosquito bites can cause serious health problems in pets, including heartworm disease. Mosquito Shield® offers a special treatment plan for pets that is designed to protect them from these pests.

3. To Keep The Yard From Being A Breeding Place
Mosquitoes can be a major nuisance, and their presence can completely ruin an outdoor gathering or barbeque. Not only are they annoying, but they can also be dangerous, as mosquitoes can transmit diseases to humans and animals. By using Mosquito Shield®, you can keep your yard looking nice and mosquito-free.

4. To Promote Public Health
Mosquito control is an important part of public health. By preventing the spread of diseases, mosquito control helps to protect the general population from harm. Mosquito Shield® is proud to offer its services to the people of Omaha and help keep them safe and healthy.

Reducing Mosquito Populations In Omaha Nebraska

We Provide Year-Round Mosquito Control - Here Is Our Process:

Mosquito Control Experts
1. Apply Seasonal Treatment
Mosquito Shield® offers seasonal treatments that are designed to reduce the mosquito population in your area. We use a variety of methods to achieve this goal, including targeted spraying, larvicide treatment, and barrier protection.

2. Inspect Properties Regularly
Our team of experts regularly inspects properties to ensure that they are free of mosquito breeding sites. We also treat any areas that we find that are likely to attract mosquitoes, including standing water and common places they lay eggs.

3. Monitor Weather Conditions
We continuously monitor weather conditions to ensure that our services are meeting the needs of our clients and seasonal mosquito populations. We also make changes and adjustments as necessary in order to provide the best possible service.

Control Mosquito Larvae

Mosquito Shield® offers a variety of services to remove mosquito larvae from your property. We use a variety of methods to achieve this goal, including targeted spraying, larvicide treatment, and barrier protection.

Our team of experts uses a targeted spraying method to identify and remove mosquito larvae from your property. This method is particularly effective for areas that are difficult to reach or that have a large mosquito population.

We also offer larvicide treatment, which is a chemical that is used to kill mosquito larvae. This treatment is safe for use in both indoor and outdoor areas.

Barrier protection is another method that we use to remove mosquito larvae from your property. This method involves creating a physical barrier between the larvae and their breeding sites.

Tick Control And Prevention

Mosquitoes are not the only pests that can cause problems in your yard. Ticks can also be a major nuisance, and they can transmit diseases to humans and animals. Mosquito Shield® offers a special treatment plan for ticks that is designed to protect you and your pets from these pests.

Mosquito Shield® offers seasonal treatments that are designed to reduce the tick population in your area. We use a variety of methods to achieve this goal, including targeted spraying, larvicide treatment, and barrier protection.

Our team of experts regularly inspects properties to ensure that they are free of tick breeding sites. We also treat any areas that we find that are likely to attract ticks, including tall grass and wooded areas.
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Mosquito & Tick Frequently asked questions

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What Is A Mosquito Borne Disease?

A mosquito borne disease is a disease that is transmitted by mosquitoes. Some of the most common diseases include malaria, dengue fever, and West Nile virus.

Is A Female Mosquito Worse?

A female mosquito is more likely to bite humans than a male mosquito. Female mosquitoes need blood in order to produce eggs.

Adult Mosquito Populations Vs. Mosquito Eggs

The number of adult mosquitoes in an area is not always a good indicator of the number of mosquitoes that are present. The majority of mosquitoes in an area are actually eggs. It can take up to two weeks for these eggs to hatch into adults.

What Causes Mosquitoes To Bite?

Mosquitoes are attracted to certain things, including body heat, carbon dioxide, and movement. They will bite humans and animals in order to feed on their blood.

What Is The Difference Between A Mosquito And A Tick?

Mosquitoes are small, flying insects that are attracted to light. Ticks are small, crawling insects that are attracted to dark areas. Mosquitoes can transmit diseases to humans and animals, while ticks can only transmit diseases to animals.
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