Upland Flood Water Mosquito Control

A-Tex Pest Management of Austin, Texas is fully licensed and insured to provide our professional services to the commercial businesses and residential property home owners locally and in surrounding areas. With our specialists having the training, experience, and skills along with the use of premium quality products and equipment exclusively available to licensed professionals, we can ensure our valued customers receive nothing less than effective results. A-Tex Pest Management proudly applies family-friendly customer service, high morals, and traditional values to every service we perform in an effort to provide you with a phenomenal experience on consistent bases.

Upland Flood Water Mosquito Identification

A-Tex Pest Management includes mosquito control services for our commercial and residential customers in the Greater Austin, Texas area; among the many species are the Upland Flood Water Mosquito. These mosquitoes are easily recognized by their distinct “B” shaped marking on the abdominal segment of their body. They usually bite at night, dusk or dawn but will bite during the day in shaded areas. Upland flood water mosquitoes have the potential to spread Bunyaviridae, a disease seldom diagnosed that inflicts people. Upland Flood Water Mosquito lay their eggs in flood waters and will often be found in close proximity to them, but will venture off in search of sustenance. Avoiding these areas is recommended. A-Tex Pest Management also advises removing all standing water sources, trimming landscapes and removing clutter in your yard to help prevent mosquito populations from increasing.

Upland Flood Water Mosquito Inspections, Control & Removal in Austin, Round Rock, Leander, Pflugerville & Cedar Park, Texas

If you have a problem with mosquitoes infesting your home or business in Greater Austin, Texas or surrounding areas, contact A-Tex Pest Management. Our specialists can effectively remove the current problem and set in place preventative maintenance products to help you avoid future infestations.