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Texan Mosquito Systems

Texan Mosquito Systems helps Dallas and the Greater Houston area. We understand how hectic mosquitoes can get. These insects usually start appearing slowly in the spring, peak in the summer, and thin out in the fall. They prefer warm weather, which can make picnics or other outdoor events challenging to enjoy. After all, no one wants mosquitoes biting them as their lounging outside or eating a meal. Knowing the fact that these pests suck on your blood as soon as they make contact is unsettling.

Once you know there is a possibility that they can spread pathogens into your bloodstream, their presence becomes a health concern. Therefore, knowing you have a company like Texan Mosquito Systems on your side makes all the difference. Making sure our customer’s welfare isn’t compromised is necessary. Our mosquito misting systems ensure they are free from the potential issues mosquitoes may cause when present around their outside environment. According to a recent study, There are ten cities labeled as the worst where mosquitoes congregate. These areas include:

  • Atlanta, GA
  • Washington, D.C.
  • New York City, NY
  • Dallas, TX
  • Charlotte, NC
  • Raleigh-Durham, NC
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • Charlotte, NC
  • Houston, TX
  • Detroit, MI

As you can see, Dallas and Houston are among the cities who experience mosquito issues the most. When spring temperature starts to come, mosquitoes breed above eighty degrees. Therefore, July through September are the months mosquitoes appear the most. If you take precautionary measures with our mosquito misting system, you’ll be better prepared once the season rolls around. Hence, if you want an outdoor barbeque for you and friends, you can enjoy it with mosquito-free consequences. Moreover, West Nile virus, dengue, chikungunya, and Zika threatens the health of humans and pets.

Therefore, you need to look out for your furry friend as well. You and your pet can potentially be in danger. Our misting systems prevent those irritating bumps that follow with a mosquito bite. Also, there are precautions you can take yourself to ensure these situations don’t happen. For instance, you can wear long-sleeve shirts. Insect repellents that contain DEET, lemon eucalyptus oil, and picaridin also help to prevent bites. Also, rainwater builds up in the tiniest nooks or small items we don’t really pay attention to. By keeping an eye on your outdoor items, you can prevent a swarm of mosquitoes from invading your home.

Small products outside of your home tend to collect water, turning it into standing water. Unfortunately, mosquitoes like laying eggs on this type of water. If you take small steps to prevent mosquitoes from appearing, it can make a huge difference. These precautionary measures and our misting systems will aid in keeping mosquitoes away from your property. As an owner of your property, you have every right to want to keep it safe from potential dangers. Additionally, people you know may also become affected by the pathogens mosquitoes bring. So we serve Dallas and Houston to help you prevent these worst-case scenarios to your health.