Memphis, TN- Summer in Memphis is often a humid or muggy season, which can lead to the increased breeding of mosquitoes. The most common of bloodsucking insects, mosquitoes are not only a pest control concern, they can be a danger to the health of local residents as well. Mosquitoes can carry a variety of diseases, including Zika and West Nile, which they transmit during feeding. All-State Pest and Lawn is doing their best to cut down on the Memphis mosquito population this year, and is urging local residents who have a mosquito or any other pest problem to call the company as soon as possible.
At least 2 million people a year perish from diseases carried by mosquitoes, according to several leading healthcare sources. Because they carry disease-causing pathogens, mosquitoes are one of the most important public health pests in the world. These mosquito-borne pathogens cause a number of diseases, including West Nile Virus, Zika Virus, Malaria, Yellow Fever, Dengue Fever, and Encephalitis. In warm weather, the mosquito population can explode virtually overnight, overwhelming local homeowners before they can blink. All-State Pest Control offers preventative treatments, as well as extermination treatments in order to help Memphis residents stay safe and comfortable throughout the summer.
All-State Pest Control has spent years modifying and perfecting their reduction program, which has been developed to help with Memphis mosquito control. This reduction program is centered around the homeowner, and helps with controlling and even eliminating the threat of disease from large populations of mosquitoes. Controlling mosquitoes is a technical, ecological, and particularly fiscal challenge when compared to other types of pest management. By providing specially targeted strategies, the company aims to reduce the mosquito population in the Memphis area, which in turn reduces the chance of disease and provides a comfortable, safe environment.
“It’s no big secret that mosquitoes are a problem in Memphis over the summer, and they’re particularly bad this year,” explains Joe Walton, a spokesman for All-State Pest and Lawn. “The more mosquitoes floating around, the higher the chance that people are going to get bitten and catch some form of disease. The Memphis residents that we service are like family to us, so we want to do anything that we can to cut down on the risk of disease from these bloodsucking pests. Our mosquito reduction program has been specially created to do just that for homeowners throughout the area. There are a lot of things to worry about in the summer, and mosquitoes shouldn’t be one of them.”
The professionals at All-State Pest and Lawn are dedicated to helping local residents create and maintain a safe and comfortable environment for themselves and their families. With the mosquito population in Memphis on the rise this year, the company is doing everything they can to help cut down on that population, effectually helping to cut down on the spread of potentially fatal diseases like Zika, West Nile, and Malaria. All-State Pest and Lawn is urging Memphis residents with a mosquito or other pest problem to call them as soon as possible, hopefully preventing a pest problem from becoming an all out infestation.
About the Company:
All-State Pest and Lawn
1220 Vermeer Cove
Cordova, TN 38018
Company Name: All-State Pest and Lawn
Contact Person: Joe Walton
Phone: (901) 757-9111
Address:1220 Vermeer Cove
Country: United States