Diseases Of Mosquitoes

Mosquitos are the #1 vector for pest related illness globally with over 700 million contracting mosquito born illness and over 1 million deaths.  They are considered the worlds deadliest animal. 

Diseases Of Mosquitoes

Anyone from Texas can tell you that we have Texas sized mosquitos.  While traditional methods of simply spraying mosquitos work temporarily to control mosquitos and other methods such as mosquito mist or spraying systems and mosquito CO2 traps are more consistent at preventing and reducing mosquito populations our goal is to construct a complete program for our customers to reduce overall mosquito populations on their property. Our goal is to not only strive to build a more robust mosquito program to manage mosquito problems but prevent and deter mosquitos. 

We leverage the very best methods as part of our Integrated Pest Management solutions.  We focus on a sustainable approach to managing mosquitos by combining biological, cultural, physical, and chemical tools in a way that minimizes economic, health and environmental risks.   Our approach targets mosquitos at all stages of a mosquito’s lifecycle and is customized to each customer’s area.

Most common Dallas Fort Worth Mosquito Types






Common Diseases Caused by Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes are considered the most deadly insect on the planet with over 241 million cases of malaria worldwide in 2020 (World Health Organization).  Although the global malaria burden is predominantly African Region 95% Texas having very similar to tropical climate does allow for a higher than average mosquito illnesses.   



Dog Heartworm (does not affect humans)


 Dengue Fever - Severe Headaches, Joint Pain, Rash, Bleeding

West Nile Virus – Flue type symptoms Malaria

Encephalitus - Fever Chills and Death