At the beginning of spring, mosquitoes make their annual debut; invading homes and businesses throughout western North Carolina. In NC alone there are 60 species of mosquitoes that are active during much of the year. The most prevelant (which property owners are constantly swatting from their heads, shoulders, knees, and toes) is the infamous Asian Tiger mosquito. Go-Forth provides our customers with professional mosquito control in WNC.
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Controlling mosquito infestations can be a daunting task, but with our efficient control methods we know how to get rid of mosquitoes quickly. First, we locate the areas where eggs are laid including areas of water such as gutters, drains, areas with large amounts of vegetation or the areas where people complain about being bitten. We then utilize the best mosquito control measures to resolve the infestation. Contact us today to get $25 off your next treatment or inspection - and put an end to these pests!
It is believed that the in the 1980's, this type of mosquito was accidentally imported from Japan in a shipment of tires. Then, the tires were shipped all over the eastern part of the US, but mainly in North Carolina. The Asian Tiger mosquito (Aedes lbopictus) is also known as the forest day mosquito. Luckily (for the rest of the US, anyway) these insects are weak flyers.
These flying insects are rather small, measuring in length at about 1/8 of an inch. Its body is black with tiny white stripes painted on the legs and body. It has a unique single white stripe that stretches from the center of the head to the back. It definitely isn't the booming roars of these mosquitoes that give them this powerful name, but the white stripes.
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