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Don't let pesky mosquitoes ruin your outdoor fun. Mosquito Squad is ready to serve you! Contact us today by filling out the brief form below and we’ll be in touch soon.

4 days ago

Mosquito Squad

Enter the #ProtectMySquad Contest for a chance to win a FREE SEASON of Mosquito Protection!
• 100 Winners nationally
• Post a photo or video of your squad on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram
• Include #ProtectMySquad, your Zip Code & tag us
• Each social media platform counts as an additional entry - so post it everywhere for a better chance at winning!

Mosquito Squad
Enter the #ProtectMySquad Contest for a chance to win a FREE SEASON of Mosquito Protection!
• 100 Winners nationally
• Post a photo or video of your squad on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram
• Include #ProtectMySquad, your Zip Code & tag us
• Each social media platform counts as an additional entry - so post it everywhere for a better chance at winning!
• Visit ProtectMySquad.com for full details
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5 days ago

Mosquito Squad

Our #ProtectMySquad Contest begins NOW.

Last year, one lucky winner won a Full Season of Mosquito Protection (Congrats, Kirby!). This year, we are giving away 100 FULL SEASONS OF MOSQUITO PROTECTION across the country! And more good news… you're allowed 4 ENTRIES PER PERSON. Ready for us to quit blabbering so you can enter the contest already? Visit ProtectMySquad.com for full details or read below. Get ready. Get set. Show us YOUR Squad!

1. Take a PHOTO or VIDEO of a Squad (friends, family, pets) you’d like to protect
2. Post it on social media or at the form on ProtectMySquad.com with the HASHTAG #ProtectMySquad
3. TAG US in your post (Twitter or Instagram @MosquitoSquadCo & Facebook @MosquitoSquadCorp)
4. Include your ZIP CODE! This is very important.

Got that? PHOTO or VIDEO, include #ProtectMySquad, TAG US (@MosquitoSquadCorp or @MosquitoSquadCo), & your ZIP CODE.

Additional Entries: This year, each social media platform counts as an additional entry! You’re allowed one post per social media platform and the form at ProtectMySquad.com throughout the duration of the contest for a total of FOUR entries.

Mark your calendar! The contest closes on May 18th and winners will be announced the week after!The #ProtectMySquad Contest is back! And this year we're GIVING AWAY 100 FREE SEASONS OF MOSQUITO PROTECTION. 🎉🎉🎉🎉See details below & at ProtectMySquad.com

How to enter----------------
1. Take a PHOTO or VIDEO of your Squad (friends, family, pets)
2. Post it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or on ProtectMySquad.com with the HASHTAG #ProtectMySquad
3. TAG US in your post
4. Include your ZIP CODE!

Got that? PHOTO or VIDEO, include #ProtectMySquad, TAG US & your ZIP CODE.

Additional Entries------------
Each social media platform (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) counts as its own entry! You can also enter at ProtectMySquad.com for a total of FOUR chances to win.

Deadline---------------------
Enter before May 18th. Winners announced the following week.

#Contest #GiveAway #EntertoWin
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Mosquito Identification and Disease Control

The highly-trained professionals at Mosquito Squad of Huntsville understand that the area’s mosquitoes are more than just irritating. The various species in our area carry several serious diseases from which your family needs protection.

Diseases

Mosquito Squad of Huntsville is aware of several specific mosquito-spread diseases from which residents are seeking protection for themselves, their pets and their livestock. They include the Zika virus, new to the U.S.. and associated with severe birth defects, as well as fever and rash in adults. Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) is especially dangerous to infants and senior citizens. West Nile encephalitis can be fatal to humans, pets and wildlife, and can also worsen serious conditions like diabetes and hypertension. Yellow fever and malaria are still known to be problematic in climates such as Alabama’s. Both can cause severe flu-like illnesses in the short term, with the further possibility of severe complications such as organ failure.

Species

Although there are about 60 different mosquito species in Alabama, a handful are of particular concern in Huntsville and throughout the state. They include:

• Japanese encephalitis mosquitoes can be identified through their dark and light stripes running the length their bodies. They overwinter in egg form, and are most likely to bite during the day. These mosquito pests are known carriers of the EEE and West Nile viruses.

• Asian tiger mosquitoes have black and white stripes running horizontally across their bodies and legs. This aggressive mosquito species can fly great distances and overwinter in egg form. It is active mostly during the day, and is a known carrier of Zika virus, West Nile and EEE.

• Southern house mosquitoes are brown, with an “M” marking on their underside. Most active in early mornings and early evenings, this species is a danger for West Nile in the Huntsville area.

• Yellow fever mosquitoes resembles the Asian tiger species, but is usually smaller. It can transmit both the yellow fever and Zika viruses. Although the Asian tiger species appears to be taking over its territories, controlling yellow fever mosquitoes is still considered a priority.

Prevention is Protection

Given the variety of disease-carrying mosquitoes throughout greater Huntsville, it’s important for residents to use broad-spectrum prevention treatments for various species. Our professional team scours your property for typical mating and feeding habitats, and treats it with your choice of options, including our 21-day barrier control treatment and automatic misting systems.

For more information on the services we offer and to receive a free consultation, call us today at 256-203-0224.