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St Charles’s Finest Mosquito Control and Exterminator

With their obnoxious company, they can rapidly destroy your patio or pool party. Their prickling bites might cause discomfort for several days. They make a humming sound at night, which disturbs sleep. I’m awake at night. Mosquitoes are not only annoying, but they can also cause illness and disturb daily activities. From April until September, the mosquito season is in full swing. Anyone who has ever gone camping or fishing near a stream or lake, or picnicked in an insect-infested region knows how annoying mosquitoes can be.

It is pricey, challenging, and time-consuming to try and eradicate a mosquito infestation by yourself. The longer you leave it, the more serious the problem becomes and how difficult it is to eliminate. Pezz Pest Control is a trusted company with years of industry experience. Our company is committed to providing the best customer service possible, so you are assured of your complete satisfaction. If you’re not happy with our services, let us know.

Don’t let mosquitoes ruin your health or the health of your loved ones. Pezz Pest Control can help you. To schedule an inspection of your St Charles home by our mosquito control specialists today, call or email us.

What You Need To Know About Mosquitoes

Ideal Time to Treat Mosquitoes

The majority of mosquitoes arrive in April and remain until September. Between such times, we recommend treating your St Charles yard at least once a month. Pezz Pest Control provides mosquito control services that are both economical and effective.

Although they are inexpensive, over-the-counter insect repellents are not the greatest solution for mosquito control. They also have a strong odor and must be sprayed several times throughout the day. Pezz Pest Control repels mosquitoes with an odorless, colorless mist spray application. It also acts as a barrier, shielding you from further infestations. Spraying around your St Charles property, such as balconies, decks, and trees will be done by our team of licensed professionals. Mosquitoes can be controlled with a few sprays each year.

Mosquitoes thrive in St Charles, especially in areas where there is standing water. The easiest approach to avoid a mosquito infestation is to hire a professional mosquito management firm. Ensure that any standing water in your yard is drained, including pails, birdbaths, and kid pools. Mosquitoes can be deterred by using the smoke from a fire. You may also use your fire pit to burn herbs to naturally repel mosquitoes.

A bunch of mosquitoes can ruin your outdoor activities faster than any other way. The mosquitoes will cling to any debris or water source on your property and feed on your family and guests. The problem with dealing with mosquitoes lies in reducing the amount of moisture and wet environments where they breed, such as these areas:

  • Flat roofs without proper drainage
  • A gutter that has become clogged by leaves
  • Close to tree stumps or around dying branches
  • Close to streams, creeks, and puddles
  • Potted plants on your patio or porch;
  • Window screens that are damaged or not properly installed can be damaged or torn.
  • Close to junk and discarded tires
  • Your yard may have hot tubs, ponds, or fountains.

In spring, the first signs of mosquitoes are usually seen when they swim in standing, still water. Pezz Pest Control in St Charles is available to help you. To schedule an inspection and discuss the solution, this is the ideal time. It is usually easier to eliminate mosquitoes in the larval stage before they become fully-fledged adults.

Overview of Mosquitoes Behavioral Characteristics & Hazards

Before they may breed, several mosquito species require blood meals. Further than itchy skin, being bitten by mosquitos has no other consequences. Although a high number of mosquito bites can lower your enjoyment of life, they can also spread deadly diseases. The majority of those infected with the mosquito-borne virus show no signs or symptoms. They may, however, experience mild flu-like symptoms. This may not always imply that you should see a doctor. Only a few people have serious symptoms as a result of the illness.

Female mosquitoes utilize blood protein to grow and nurture their eggs. Mosquitoes are drawn to St Charles for a variety of reasons, including genetics.

They are drawn to areas in St Charles where there is standing water. As a result, they serve as a breeding habitat. A single mosquito can lay 100 to 300 eggs per hour, which hatch in 24 to 48 hours. Because mosquitoes can proliferate quickly, expert mosquito management and control services are essential.

They are drawn to blood, particularly type O.

They can detect carbon dioxide by using their antennas.
Your movement and heat are what attract mosquitoes.
They are attracted by sweat, certain odors, and the lactic acid released during sweating.
Certain bacteria on the skin attract mosquitoes.
Dark clothing allows mosquitoes to locate you more easily.

Mosquitoes are drawn to pregnant women who exhale significantly more carbon dioxide than usual. Females are more attracted to mosquitoes due to greater hormone levels.


They are not just nuisances; mosquitoes can transmit diseases such as the Zika virus and West Nile virus. The risk of becoming ill from mosquito bites is very low because only a small number of Missouri mosquito species can transmit diseases. The diseases these mosquitoes can transmit are serious and it is important to reduce the chance of getting sick.

West Nile Virus

Mosquitoes can get West Nile after infecting birds with the virus and then become carriers. By biting humans, infected mosquitoes can spread the virus. Fever and headaches are common symptoms, which are comparable to those of the flu. In severe circumstances, the virus can induce seizures and even death. The West Nile virus is easily transmissible to others.

Zika Virus

Infected people can experience flu-like symptoms, lasting up to a week. The greatest risk from this virus to pregnant mothers and unborn babies is, however. Although a Zika-infected mosquito may bite a pregnant woman, the virus could be passed to her unborn child. It can cause severe birth defects and increase the risk of stillbirth.