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Mosquitoes are seasonal pests that can cause trouble if left unmanaged. At a minimum, they can be a nuisance when you’re trying to enjoy your backyard with family and friends, but they can also cause itchy bug bites and transmit dangerous diseases.

At Joshua’s Pest Control, our thorough treatment process reduces the mosquito population around your home’s exterior. All it takes is one phone call to begin getting mosquito relief today.

Mosquito Relief Around Your Home

Professional methods for mosquito pest control are a great way to repel these insects while caring for your home. At Joshua’s Pest Control, we focus on sustainable, effective methods to control pests around your home.

Our safety-centered, family-friendly approach to pest control is designed to keep your home protected both inside and out. And with customizable, year-round treatments, we control pest populations so you can enjoy the great outdoors regardless of the season. Call Joshua’s Pest Control to learn more or get a free quote today.

What You Need to Know About Mosquitoes

With more than 3,000 species of mosquitoes worldwide, these blood-sucking pests trigger a similar aversion in humans and animals alike.

The only creatures that truly seem to enjoy mosquitoes are their natural predators: birds, bats, dragonflies, and frogs.

Mosquitoes vary in shape and size, but the most common species in the United States are about 0.04-0.16″. This minuscule size allows them to easily slip through the smallest of rips or tears in weather stripping and window screens. The largest mosquitoes can grow to just over an inch in length!

Regardless of their size, all mosquitoes have a three-segmented body consisting of a head, thorax, and abdomen

The body part that causes the most trouble for us humans is the female mosquito’s proboscis (a.k.a. the insect’s mouthpart). The proboscis includes dual tubes that female mosquito uses to plunge into the skin and feed. One of the tubes releases an enzyme that stops the blood from clotting, while the other allows the mosquito to feed. Most female mosquitoes bite because they need a blood meal in order to reproduce and lay fertile eggs.

For food, both male and female mosquitoes consume nectar or other plant sugars. That’s why we focus our mosquito treatments on plant foliage areas (where these insects feed and shelter). We use a combination of products to eliminate mosquitoes on contact as well as prevent their reproduction.

Call Joshua’s Pest Control to get relief from your mosquito woes. Our team of friendly, helpful field experts are standing by to provide you and your loved ones with effective mosquito control.


over the phone, and say goodbye to your pest problems!