Family Pest Control Warns San Antonio Residents About The True Dangers Of Mosquito Season & West Nile

Aug 16, 2017


San Antonio, TX - Every year, waves of mosquitoes visit San Antonio and make their homes in still standing water. Unfortunately, some of these mosquitoes are carrying the dreaded West Nile virus. That is why Family Pest Control is cautioning homeowners to be on the lookout for these pesky little bloodsuckers and to contact their staff immediately once they see them. It is better to be safe than sorry.

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The West Nile virus, carried by infected mosquitoes, can cause illness and even be lethal to some. Even one single mosquito bite can infect a San Antonio resident with West Nile. Homeowners who have noticed:

  • Severe headaches

  • Paralysis

  • Muscle weakness

  • Mental fatigue or confusion

  • High fever

  • Coma

…are encouraged to visit the hospital because they may be experiencing West Nile-related symptoms. Unfortunately, the symptoms of West Nile can often take years to go away, which is why it is always so important to use insect repellent when going outside at night.

To find out more about Family Pest Control’s extermination services, visit their website today at https://familypestcontrol.com/ or call 210-681-5094.

About Family Pest Control

At Family Pest Control, their highest commitment is to ensure that each of their customers is left satisfied. Fully licensed and trained by the Texas Structural Pest Control Service, Family Pest Control's staff are experienced in a diverse number of extermination fields including chemistry, horticulture, wildlife control, household pests, and termite control. From rodent and wildlife removal to mosquito, bed bug, and termite control, San Antonio’s Family Pest Control is familiar with all the common insect and pest infestations in Texas.




 

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