Pecopp Mosquito Control Treatment
PECOPP’s Mosquito Control
PECOPP provides the best mosquito pest control service through a quick, safe, effective, and stress-free solution. For mosquito control in your residential community, we rely on advanced pest treatments such as indoor residual sprays, fogging, misting, and larviciding or killing mosquito larvae.
How can PECOPP help you in mosquito control?
Keeping mosquitoes away forever is impossible and not a one-time event. Mosquito control is a tedious process, and you can trust our services to help you keep mosquitoes at bay.
Our team works diligently to deliver sustainable and long-term solutions for your freedom from mosquitoes through its mosquito control treatment.
We follow scientific practices in our mosquito control services to help you get rid of mosquitoes. Our trained and experienced technicians inspect your premises thoroughly before starting our mosquito control services.
We use different pesticide treatment combinations to break the mosquito’s life cycle. For example, we treat breeding sites to prevent the larvae in water from developing into biting and potentially disease-carrying adult mosquitoes. We also treat the harborage of adult mosquitoes as part of our mosquito control.
Our services against mosquitoes are scheduled for the time of day when mosquitoes are active, as that is a sure mosquito control method. We also interact with our customers to make them stop the water stagnation female mosquitoes use to lay eggs.
Our spray-based mosquito control treatment
We recommend the Indoor Residual Spray (IRS) within their homes for individual homeowners.
Mosquitoes are wide-ranging pests, and only a community mosquito control approach effectively tackles them in an apartment community or other types of residential premises.
PECOPP sprays a colorless and odorless insecticide on the walls to kill mosquitoes that rest on them. With newer pesticides that we use, our treatment has a three-month residual effect. That is, our pesticide kills mosquitoes for ninety days from the date of our application.
Our thermal-fogging-based mosquito control treatment
Outdoor adult mosquitoes are aerially controlled by the thermal fogging application of chemical pesticides. However, adult mosquitoes in the air die when they contact the pesticide in the hot fog.
Thermal fogging creates dense fog clouds to kill mosquitoes by an ultra-fine aerosol of the chemical pesticide.
Our misting-based mosquito control solution
Cold fogging or misting controls flying adult mosquitoes effectively in open or closed commercial areas. PECOPP’s specialized misting system has spray nozzles mounted at the perimeter of a site like a lawn or on parts of a house or fencing. The spray nozzles are connected by a tube to a supply of water-based insecticide that kills mosquitoes on contact.
PECOPP is a pioneer in cold fogging technology and deploys expensive equipment and chemical pesticides for such treatment. Our cold fogging machine uses no petrol or diesel, and the pesticide we use, Aqua K-othrine, is water soluble. As a result, cold fogs are an effective, environmentally-friendly mosquito control treatment safer than conventional thermal fogs.
Our larviciding-based mosquito control treatment
In this treatment, the PECOPP team creates films of pesticides on the surface of standing water at mosquito breeding sites. The pesticide film reduces the surface tension of the water and prevents mosquito larvae and pupae from surfacing to breathe. Larviciding effectively contains mosquitoes by preventing adult mosquito development.
We advise customers to stop mosquito breeding by filling potholes or removing containers with water. The recommended frequency of larviciding is monthly.
We sell Mosclean mosquito traps, which you can use in your kitchen, at a restaurant, pharmaceutical unit, hospital, operation theatre, sweet shop, food industry, brewery, dairy, farmhouse, and other places where mosquitoes are a problem.
Mosclean traps we sell are suitable for indoor, semi-outdoor, and outdoor use and are a non-toxic method to attract, trap and kill mosquitoes by dehydrating them.
What can you do to prevent mosquitoes at your home?
Mosquitoes are flying insects of the arthropod family Culicidae. More than just an annoyance, mosquitoes are vectors of various deadly diseases. Some ways in which you can prevent mosquitoes are:
Let’s dive into more facts and trivia about mosquito !
Life cycle and biology
Mosquitoes are very weak flyers. Only the female mosquito bites people, as the males do not have piercing mouthparts.Instead, female mosquitoes feed on human blood for protein to lay eggs.
An adult lays 100-300 eggs approximately.
A female mosquito can lay eggs in as little as one cup of water.
Some mosquitoes even lay and hatch eggs in stagnant water from rains.
A temperature rise hastens mosquito reproduction.
Adult mosquitoes live for less than two months; their favorite dining time is dawn and dusk. Adult mosquitoes seek shelter in the bush or thick weeds, caves, holes in the ground, hollow logs, or holes in trees.
What attracts mosquitoes?
Mosquitoes find their victim through odors and heat detection. They detect the carbon dioxide we exhale and our sweat odor to find us.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Several factors attract mosquitoes to people. Those factors include carbon dioxide, sweat, and other body odors. Mosquitoes also show a tendency to land on human feet.
Mosquitoes find their way into your home through the smallest openings, such as broken insect screens, or even through unscreened doors and windows. They also use kitchen and bathroom exhaust vents to enter homes. Mosquitoes also travel with people in elevators and thus reach homes in the upper stories of tall residential buildings.
Avoid being outdoors during dawn and dusk, when mosquitoes are most active. Wearing loose-fitting and light-colored clothes also helps.
The most common and highly effective repellent is N, N-diethyl-3-methylbenzamide (DEET), present in Odomos and other similar products. In other countries, products containing Picaridin are also popular. In addition, natural products containing lemon eucalyptus oil also repel mosquitoes.
You may find mosquitoes even on the top floor of three-story buildings. Mosquitoes breeding in tall trees forty to fifty feet is also common. However, mosquitoes may travel via passenger elevators up to the highest floor of a top building.