Unlike some mosquito removal companies, we quote what you pay, so there is no confusion.
All of our mosquito removal jobs are individually priced which is how we end up being the cheapest available solution.
We are a part of the FM Solutions Group, one of the UK's most tried and trusted facilities management groups.
As a part of our mosquito removal packages, you can pick a time that best suits you for dealing with the most persistent pests.
We're a proudly East Midlands based pest removal company, covering the length and breadth of the East & West Midlands.
We use the most cutting edge technology to give you the best results possible for pest control.
We have been around for quite a while now which means we know our way around professional mosquito removal.
We guarantee we won't rest until we remove every last pest. Direct Pest goes above and beyond to provide service satisfaction.
If you are looking for great value, mosquito pest control in the Midlands and surrounding areas, you’ve come to the right place. We have teams of mosquito pest control professionals that are ready in an instant to rush to your rescue. Mosquito eradication can be a difficult pest control problem due to high breeding levels, temperate climate conditions and requires highly specialised kit specifically designed for mosquito eradication.
For mosquito eradication, get in touch with our friendly team of experts. We will then get one of our team to give you a call back at a time that suits you best. Phone 0800 088 6392 today to call out our trusted pest controllers and get your mosquito pest control problem dealt with!
Mosquitoes are part of the insect order, Diptera, which are 2-winged flies. Diptera are one of the most successful groups of organisms on the planet, as they are very biologically diverse. In the UK there are 30 species of native mosquitos and they can also be found all across the world. They are capable of carrying various diseases, some of which can prove fatal! A few ways to help prevent whether you have a mosquito problem is to try steps from the following list:
Mosquitoes will first begin to appear in early spring. They are acclimatised to warm but damp conditions. Once mosquitoes begin to appear they will breed quite rapidly. A female mosquito can lay between 100 to 200 eggs at a time. They can also repeat this cycle every 3-4 nights, therefore covering a wide area quickly.
On a daily basis the times that mosquitoes will be most active is at dusk and at dawn. This is in line with their internal body clock.
From early spring mosquitoes will remain prevalent until Autumn, usually around September/October when the temperature becomes cool again.
In the UK mosquitoes don’t pose as much of a health threat as in other parts of the world. However, this does not mean that they pose no risk . Both male and female mosquitoes feed from plant nectar, although only the females blood feed. This means it is only the female capable of causing infection and spreading disease. Luckily in the UK, this means that a mosquito is more of an inconvenience than a health risk.
Mosquitoes have been recorded as carrying diseases such as Malaria, West Nile Virus, Dengue Fever and Zika Virus as well as many other diseases too. Whilst this is true of mosquitoes, which disease they might carry can depend heavily on geographical location, and not all mosquito species are capable of transmission.
As a rule of thumb it is very rare for someone, in the UK, to contract a disease through mosquito-based infection.
The Asian Tiger Mosquito (Aedes Albopictus) is native to the tropical regions of Southeast Asia. Over a long period of time, since the 1970’s, it has made its way across southern Europe. This was confirmed in 2016 when 2 separate cases of Asian Tiger Mosquito larvae were found in separate locations in Kent.
This particular species of mosquito have been known to carry diseases such as West Nile Virus, Dengue Fever and Chikungunya. All of these diseases have the potential to cause sustained health issues. Therefore, the potential for Asian Tiger Mosquitoes to gain a footing within the UK has to be taken very seriously.
There are 2 particular UK species that hold physical similarities to Aedes Albopictus, they are Culiseta Annulata and Aedes Geniculatus.
Due to their viral transmission rate the government did in fact put into place a national contingency plan in case the Asian Tiger Mosquito begins to appear more frequently in the UK. They also advise that if you locate and identify Asian Tiger Mosquitoes that you should contact a Mosquito Pest Control service immediately! You can read further information about Aedes Albopictus and the contingency plan constructed by the government.
Our mosquito eradication experts are based in Leicestershire, which gives us the ability to solve mosquito problems around the Midlands. This includes Northamptonshire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and the surrounding areas. We are a growing business, so if you have found us, we likely cover your area. Find out more about the areas of the Midlands we cover for mosquito eradication here.
If your business has come under siege from an infestation of mosquitos then it’s time to call in the cavalry. Here at Direct Pest we handle everything from small pest problems to dauntingly large invasions, so that your business can keep running smoothly. Find out how Direct Pest can help your company today.
Depending on the scale of your mosquito infestation, the price varies, but we pride ourselves on offering a great value service. Contact us to find out how much it will cost for our mosquito eradication.
Our mosquito pest control experts have got it down to a science, but it still takes us a few days work to ensure your mouse problem is resolved.It can depend on the extent of the mosquito infestation.
In short, yes. Whilst it is very unlikely to happen in the UK, there are so many different species across the planet that are capable of carrying many different diseases. This makes it impossible to completely rule out.
It is also due to the severity of some of the specific diseases mosquitoes have been recorded carrying. In the case of the Asian Tiger Mosquito is why it can be imperative for mosquito eradication.
One of the most effective ways to block mosquitoes gaining entry to your property is to use insect screens for windows and doorways. When moving from inside to out, or vice versa, it allows opportunity for them to get in. However, it will massively deter and prevent them.
Another good practice to keep is whether or not you use floral air fresheners. These can make a mosquito believe there are plants within and lead to enticing them in.
If your mosquito problem is persistent it is worth buying over the counter mosquito repellent. There are sprays for spraying directly onto skin and ones specially designed for clothes that won’t stain fabric.
Whilst these steps should improve the problem, it does not guarantee they won’t still find a way in!
If you would like more information on mosquito eradication, please contact us or call our technicians on 0800 088 639.