BTI Services, Inc.


Protect your home or business from mosquitoes with BTI Services Inc. – expert identification and control techniques.


Identifying Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes belong to the same group as the true flies, Diptera. As such, they have a single pair of wings. They typically have long, thin legs and a head featuring a prominent proboscis. Mosquito bodies and wings most often are covered in tiny scales. Adult sizes may range from 3 to 9 mm.

Mosquitoes are known for their itchy bites and can transmit diseases such as malaria, dengue fever, and the Zika virus. They are attracted to sources of standing water where they lay their eggs, such as bird baths, flower pots, and even clogged gutters. Mosquitoes can quickly multiply and become a nuisance, making it important to take steps to prevent and control their populations.


How Do I Get Rid of Mosquitoes?

Getting rid of mosquitoes can be difficult on your own, as they can breed in standing water and can be difficult to locate and eliminate. At BTI, we understand the complexities of mosquito control and offer comprehensive pest management services to effectively eliminate infestations.

What BTI Does

BTI’s comprehensive mosquito control services begin with a thorough inspection to identify any current or potential problems. Our experienced technicians use safe and effective treatment methods to target mosquitoes at every stage of their lifecycle and prevent them from breeding and infesting your property. We also provide recommendations for minimizing mosquito attractants and breeding sites, and offer ongoing monitoring and maintenance to ensure your property remains mosquito-free.

If you are dealing with a mosquito infestation or want to take preventative measures, don’t hesitate to get a quote and discuss your options for mosquito control with BTI.

Common Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Mosquitoes are a common household and outdoor pest that can be found nearly anywhere in the world. They are typically attracted to warm, humid environments and stagnant water. Mosquitoes can enter your home through open windows and doors or small cracks in walls, while outdoor areas such as gardens, patios, and swimming pools are popular breeding grounds for mosquitoes. In addition, mosquitoes can be attracted to your home if you have standing water or an abundance of vegetation in your yard.

While mosquitoes may seem like just a nuisance, they can carry and transmit diseases such as West Nile virus, Zika virus, and malaria. In severe cases, these illnesses can be life-threatening.

The most obvious sign of a mosquito infestation is the presence of the insects themselves, especially in large numbers. Additionally, mosquito bites on humans or animals can indicate their presence.

Yes, pest control services can help with mosquitoes. Professional pest control companies like BTI use a variety of safe and effective methods to target mosquitoes at every stage of their lifecycle and prevent them from breeding and infesting your property. This includes treating standing water, trimming vegetation, and applying targeted treatments to areas where mosquitoes are likely to breed and rest. Additionally, pest control technicians can provide recommendations for minimizing mosquito attractants and breeding sites to reduce the likelihood of future infestations. If you are dealing with a mosquito problem, contact BTI for effective and comprehensive mosquito control services.

Mosquitoes feed on the blood of humans and animals and are most active during the evening and nighttime. They are attracted to sources of standing water, warmth, carbon dioxide, and body odor.

The lifecycle of mosquitoes has four stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Female mosquitoes lay their eggs in standing water or in areas that may become flooded. The eggs hatch into larvae, which live in the water and feed on microorganisms and organic matter. As the larvae grow, they molt several times until they enter the pupa stage, during which they undergo metamorphosis. Finally, adult mosquitoes emerge from the pupa and are ready to mate and continue the lifecycle.

The length of each stage of the mosquito lifecycle varies depending on factors such as temperature and humidity. In warm, humid conditions, the lifecycle can be completed in as little as seven days. In cooler conditions, it can take up to a month or more.

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