Mosquitoes – Etown Exterminator

Mosquitoes


MOSQUITOES

Protect yourself from the West Nile Virus.

E-town Exterminating offers customized solutions for all mosquito challenges, including the West Nile Virus, St. Louis Encephalitis and other mosquito-borne diseases. From launching a comprehensive mosquito control program to enhancing your current program, our experts can help with surveillance, application, education and more. Whatever your mosquito challenge, E-town Exterminating can help.




ETOWN EXTERMINATING MOSQUITO CONTROL

Barrier Treatment

E-town Exterminating utilizes a barrier treatment to help eliminate and control mosquito infestations. The barrier treatment uses a power backpack blower. This controls mosquitoes within the property and prevents re-infestation by treating the natural vegetation around the house and perimeter of the estate. When mosquitoes come in contact with the treated vegetation, they die.


WHAT YOU CAN DO TO CONTROL MOSQUITOES

GENERAL MOLE INFO

Moles are insectivores. They are not rodents. They will consume grubs and insects, but get the vast majority of their dietary needs from earthworms.

Moles have an incredibly high metabolism. This means they have an insatiable appetite and are always on the lookout for food. In fact, they consume 80%-100% of their body weight every day.

HOW MUCH DAMAGE CAN MOLES DO?

Moles use/create tunnel systems as the means to locate food. They can move rapidly through existing tunnel systems, but can also create up to 100 feet of new tunnels in a day… causing extensive lawn and landscape damage.

DO MOLES HIBERNATE?
Moles do not hibernate and are active year-round.
DO MOLES LIVE IN FAMILIES?

Moles are anti-social and typically do not coexist within the same tunnel system. The one exception is for reproduction. Moles typically breed in late winter/early spring. After the young are weaned – 7-12 weeks after breeding - you are likely to see the highest level of activity.

Moles will reoccupy a vacant tunnel system if food is abundant.

HOW LONG DO MOLES LIVE?
Moles live their lives underground, rarely coming to the surface. Expected life span for a mole is approximately 2-3 years.