MosquitoNix Infographics – Pest Control Resources


At MosquitoNix®, we’ve put in the research to find the very best solutions for mosquito and pest control. In addition to delivering better results when it comes to eliminating insects from homes and businesses, we want to share the facts about pest control so that customers can better protect themselves from these pests. Check out our infographics to learn more about what attracts insects, what dangers they can potentially pose and how to prevent infestations.

Mosquito Borne Illnesses

Mosquitos are undeniably annoying, especially considering the itchy, red welts they leave behind after biting to feed on blood. However, mosquitos can actually be quite dangerous, as they can potentially carry and transmit diseases. From heartworm in dogs to West Nile in humans, these tiny little flying insects can inflict a lot of damage. Check out this infographic to learn more about mosquito borne illnesses, including what symptoms to watch for.

Peak Mosquito Season

Depending on where you live, mosquitos may be active only during certain times of the year. Or, you might live in an area where mosquito season never really stops. The length of peak mosquito season depends on temperature and humidity, which is why you might find that these pesky insects are especially prevalent during the warmer months of the year. Learn more about when peak mosquito season occurs in your region so you can actively prepare with well-timed pest control solutions from MosquitoNix.

Where to Find No-See-Ums

No-see-ums are another biting bug that is especially annoying for homeowners and business owners. But the presence of these insects can vary quite a bit from one area to another. Check out this infographic to find out if no-see-ums are an issue near your home or business.

Check back regularly to see new infographics from MosquitoNix. And if you’re ready to get rid of pesky insects for good, be sure to contact us for more information about our affordable services and to receive a free cost estimate. 

Infographic Images: