Most Singaporeans are very familiar with mosquitoes or at least the harm they may bring. However, not many know the different types of mosquitoes. The most common mosquitoes in Singapore are actually the Aedes Mosquitoes, Anopheles Mosquito and the Culex Mosquitoes. These names may not sound very relatable, but just keep in mind that mosquitoes are pests in general. Due to the recent hike in dengue and zika cases, the chase for mosquito management services rocketed too. There are several habits that Singaporeans can adopt to reduce these life-threatening cases.
Reducing Mosquito Breeding
Types of control used in Mosquito Management
Choose the correct Mosquito Management Specialist
A good mosquito control specialist will take into account the following :1. Identification and investigationDuring the initial inspection, the specialist will determine the potential risks and assess suitable treatment solutions. They should also give advice on pre-emptive measures to prevent occurrences of any future pest infestation.2. Respect the EnvirontmentAs much as there should be respect to the owner’s properties, a professional should also be environmentally friendly. Any chemical used should adhere to NEA industry standards, and any harmful substances should be used in moderation.