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Aedes Mosquito Control in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Aedes Mosquito Control ‍Service provides a complete solution for preventing mosquito-borne diseases. In support of the government's efforts to combat the current dengue fever outbreak in Bangladesh, Quick Knock has launched the Aedes Mosquito Control Service. This service will help you reclaim your surroundings and protect your loved ones from Malaria, Dengue, Zika Virus, Yellow fever, West Nile virus, Chikungunya, etc.

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Aedes Mosquito

What is an Aedes Mosquito?

Aedes mosquitoes are a genus of mosquitoes originally found in tropical and subtropical zones, but now found on all continents except Antarctica. Some species have been spread by human activity: Aedes albopictus, a particularly invasive species, was spread to the Americas, including the United States, in the 1980s, by the used-tire trade.

First described and named by German entomologist Johann Wilhelm Meigen in 1818, the generic name comes from the Ancient Greek ἀηδής, aēdēs, meaning "unpleasant" or "odious". The type species for Aedes is Aedes cinereus.

Infection by Aedes mosquito

Diseases transmitted by the Aedes mosquito

Members of the genus Aedes are known vectors for numerous viral infections, including dengue fever, yellow fever, the Zika virus, and chikungunya, which are transmitted by species in the subgenus Stegomyia, and by Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus. Infections with these viruses are typically accompanied by a fever, and in some cases, encephalitis, which can lead to death.

Quick Knock’s pest control service is to help prevent these diseases by effectively reducing mosquito populations and providing protection against mosquito bites.

How we Work

We offer a range of comprehensive services designed to meet your specific mosquito control needs such as:

  • Our experienced technicians will conduct a thorough inspection of your property to identify breeding sites and areas where mosquitoes are most active.
  • We utilize the latest in mosquito control technology and eco-friendly solutions to eliminate mosquitoes at their source.
  • Our treatments are safe for your family, pets, and the environment.
  • We provide long-term prevention strategies to keep your property mosquito-free.
  • Our service offers continuous protection, releasing a fine mist at scheduled intervals to create a mosquito-free zone around your home or business.
  • We offer special event mosquito control services to ensure your guests can enjoy a mosquito-free experience.
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Why Do You Choose Us?

We are the leading provider of pest control in Bangladesh. The service has unique features as like as follows:

  • We have skilled technicians and extensively knowledgeable team.
  • We prioritize the health of your family and the environment.
  • We use environmentally-friendly products and techniques.
  • We work closely with the client for their satisfaction to ensure their needs are met.
  • We offer ongoing support to maintain a mosquito-free environment.
  • Finally our competitive pricing ensures you get the best value for your money.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Aedes Mosquitoes Control

Aedes mosquitoes are typically small and dark-colored, with distinctive white markings on their legs and body. They are often referred to as "container-breeding" mosquitoes because they lay their eggs in small containers of water, such as flower pots, tires, and discarded containers. This adaptability to urban environments makes them a significant concern for disease transmission in densely populated areas.
Efforts to control Aedes mosquito populations typically involve reducing breeding sites by eliminating standing water containers and using insecticides and mosquito nets to protect against bites.
Yes, during the rainy season, Aedes mosquitoes breed more prolifically. Empty containers that collect rainwater, use mosquito screens on windows and doors and consider using mosquito coils or electronic repellent devices indoors.
While natural remedies like neem oil and citronella can help repel mosquitoes to some extent, they may not be as effective against Aedes mosquitoes. It's advisable to use approved mosquito repellents and take preventive measures.
If you suspect a mosquito breeding site, report it to your local municipal authority or health department. They can take action to eliminate the breeding site.
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Excellent service. The employees are very well mannered and thorough.

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The best pest control with good reputation since 2003.

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