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Mosquitos are particularly pesky because of how fast they reproduce. Follow these tips to prevent them from reproducing and causing you a big headache.
The warning goes out. There is a new tropical storm brewing in the Atlantic. You check the internet and watch it develop. You hear about it in your car. It's on the television when you get home. You keep track of its path and the strength of those winds with one purpose: To make sure your family is safe. Then the unmentionable happens. The storm starts to track toward your town. You board the windows. You bring everything into the garage that could take flight. Once you are sure that your home and property are as safe as they can be, you pack the family in the vehicle and head north. The route is already planned out. You know exactly where to go to wait for the storm to pass. If you've lived in Florida for a while, you are familiar with this scenario. Hurricanes go hand in hand with living in the Sunshine State. But we've painted this image for a reason.
There are many pests that can attack your Florida home, your pets, your children, and you. Carpenter ants chew tunnels and pockets inside your walls. Carpenter bees bore up into eaves, porches, decks and stairs. Fleas leave painful itchy bites on the skin of your pets. Wasps crawl in places where they come in contact with your back, your arms and your hands. Cockroaches spread disease. Spiders bite. Scorpions sting. Ticks and mosquitoes spread illness, and the list goes on and on and on. It is time to fight back! It is time to improve your quality of living and put a barrier between your home and these invasive pests.
Do you love the 4th of July? So do mosquitoes and other blood eating pests. If you're going be out enjoying all that Ocala has to offer on this Independence Day weekend, be sure to take some precaution. Many pests--mosquitoes especially--are spreaders of harmful bacteria, diseases and viruses. Don't take the chance that you get the bite that brings on flu-like symptoms or worse.