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Information about mosquitos

Mosquitoes are insects which make up the family Culicidae. The females of most mosquito species suck blood from other animals, which has made them the most deadly disease vectors known to man, killing millions of people over thousands of years and continuing to kill millions per year by the spread of diseases. A mosquito can fly for 1 to 4 hours continuously at up to 1-2 km/h travelling up to 10 km in a night. Most species are nocturnal feeders. During the heat of the day most mosquitoes rest in a cool place and wait for the evenings.

mosquito Control Methods

Have an event coming up? Just want to spray for prevention? We have you covered. With our products we can spray problem areas in your yard once (for an event) or more often for prevention.

Cal-Cam Fogging Truck

For more industrial and commercial applications we also offer mosquito fogging. Our company is certified in mosquito control application, which few other companies have. With this, we are able to provide mosquito control with truck-mounted fogging units. This method is extremely effective for large areas, for example: golf courses, industrial parks, resorts, etc.

Louisiana service areas include: Lake Charles, Westlake, Sulphur, Moss Bluff, Kinder, and surrounding areas in Calcasiue Parish, Jeff Davis Parish, and Allen Parish.

mosquito Fogging is ideal for:

Mosquito Control Industrial Parks
  • Golf Courses
  • Industrial Parks
  • Resorts
  • RV Parks
  • Soccer Fields
  • Football Fields
  • Camps
  • Large Residential Lawns
  • Churches
  • & More!

ZIKA VIRUS in louisiana

Mosquito Zika Virus Spreading

The growing threat of Zika virus is making the need for mosquito control even more necessary. There are already 6 confirmed cases of Zika in Louisiana alone, and more than 765 in the United States. While none of these cases have been contracted in the U.S. the possibility is apparent due to Louisiana's humid climate.

"The virus can be directly transmitted through the Aedes mosquito, which is predominantly located in the Southern U.S., blood transfusions, or sexual contact. While the virus does not cause major symptoms in the person infected, birth defects and miscarriages can occur if a pregnant woman contracts Zika."