Centerville, UT – Cities in Utah offer picturesque landscapes and abundant opportunities for residents and visitors alike, catering to those who prefer urban exploration, museum visits, stargazing, or even saying hello to zoo animals. While these cities are ideal for hiking and outdoor enthusiasts, they can pose challenges for homeowners due to the prevalence of mosquitoes, fleas, and ticks during the warm seasons.

Fortunately, a team of licensed and insured technicians from Greenix Pest Control can help property owners reclaim their yards, health, and peace of mind without bug sprays, homemade remedies, and other DIY pest removal practices. The Pest Control company thoroughly inspects homes, creates detailed custom treatment plans, and builds long-term client relationships.

Apart from causing itchy discomfort, mosquitoes pose significant health threats by transmitting diseases such as malaria, Zika, yellow fever, dengue, St. Louis encephalitis, and West Nile virus. To mitigate these risks, the pest control company advises individuals to take precautions when spending time outdoors, including covering exposed skin, using mosquito repellent, repairing rips or holes in screens, and keeping doors closed. Furthermore, they recommend discouraging mosquito breeding by minimizing sources of standing water, such as buckets, clogged gutters, pet water dishes, and birdbaths.

Similarly, flea infestations often go unnoticed until individuals experience bites, as these tiny insects can be challenging to detect, particularly for pet owners with furry companions. Fleas tend to hide and lay their eggs in items like couches, rugs, carpets, and furniture, which can lead to health issues such as allergic reactions. To prevent the spread of fleas, homeowners are advised to maintain regular vacuuming of their living spaces, wash pet bedding in hot water, keep their lawns trimmed and well-landscaped, and use flea shampoo on their pets as part of a regular hygiene routine.

In the US, ticks transmit Lyme disease, heartland virus, Colorado tick fever, anaplasmosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and babesiosis. As the most common vector-borne disease, Lyme disease severely impacts health if left untreated, resulting in fevers, rashes, arthritis, facial paralysis, migraines, and more. According to Greenix Pest Control, owners can prevent ticks from taking over the yard by removing debris, maintaining lawns, clearing trees/bushes, moving/storing wood piles, and keeping play sets in sunny areas. Though these prevention methods keep pests away, they are short-term solutions that don’t guarantee future invasions.

As the unseasonably warm conditions continue, Greenix Pest Control is offering a one-time, tick, flea, and mosquito treatment service, available until September 30, 2023. This limited-time offer provides property owners with an effective solution for ensuring effective pest management services during this extended warm period.

When contacted, the team handles flea, tick, and mosquito control for first-time clients or those requesting a one-time or recurring service. They perform a thorough 20-point inspection to identify high-risk areas and locate any existing pests within or surrounding a property. Once they have an individualized plan, they use backpack foggers in shrubbery, bushes, and trees to remove full-grown fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, eggs, and larvae. The company’s proprietary liquid concentrate prevents future invasions while protecting families/pests, maintaining surrounding properties, and preserving the environment.

Clients can visit to schedule a service or call 385-471-0485 for more details. Greenix Pest Control is at 1251 W 75 N, Centerville, Utah, 84014, US.

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