Are you tired of getting bit by mosquitos while you are outside enjoying your yard? Or, do they get in your home just by opening your doors? Have you thought about using a mosquito control through your sprinkler system? Imagine how easy, safe and smart it is. Easy to connect to your irrigation system. Safe for kids, pets and the environment. Smart because it saves time and money. This system allows you to use it with your irrigation system to control mosquito’s pests.
The mosquito control attaches to your existing sprinkler system and injects specific amounts of all-natural product while running each sprinkler zone.
Mosquitoes may seem harmless due to their size but they can cause sickness and death through the many diseases they can carry.
The World Health Organization reports that “Mosquitoes are one of the deadliest animals in the world. Their ability to carry and spread disease to humans causes millions of deaths every year. In 2015 malaria alone caused 438 000 deaths. The worldwide incidence of dengue has risen 30-fold in the past 30 years, and more countries are reporting their first outbreaks of the disease. Zika, dengue, chikungunya, and yellow fever are all transmitted to humans by the Aedes aegypti mosquito. More than half of the world’s population live in areas where this mosquito species is present. Sustained mosquito control efforts are important to prevent outbreaks from these diseases. There are several different types of mosquitoes and some have the ability to carry many different diseases.
According to the CDC in the United States alone since 2001 over 30,000 people have been infected with West Nile Virus. Of those 30,000 infections 1,200 have resulted in death. Almost everyone in the world has been bitten by a mosquito. Although most kinds of mosquitoes are just nuisance mosquitoes, some kinds of mosquitoes spread viruses that can cause disease. For most viruses spread by mosquitoes, no vaccines or medicines are available. Mosquitoes bite during the day and night, live indoors and outdoors, and search for warm places as temperatures begin to drop. Some will hibernate in enclosed spaces, like garages, sheds, and under (or inside) homes, to survive cold temperatures. Except for the southernmost states in North America, mosquito season starts in the summer and continues into fall.
Experience the Sunrise Irrigation difference serving select areas in Tampa Bay. If you are interested in getting more information or installing the Mosquito Control system to your sprinkler, please contact us.