9 Easy Ways To Reduce Mosquitoes At Home

Mosquitoes ruin backyard fun with the kids to barbecues. These easy tips will help you reduce mosquitoes around your home.

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Kids love backyard playtime so don't let mosquitoes ruin the fun. After playtime, empty out any kiddie pools or toys that may collect water - especially after it rains.

These are perfect breeding grounds for mosquito larvae.

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Leaky faucets can create an appealing breeding ground for mosquito larvae. Be sure that all faucets around the house are not dripping. 

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Keeping your lawn nice and short is a good way to help control mosquitoes. Plus, it will make your neighbors jealous!

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While we're talking lawns, it's also best to make sure they're also edged. Mosquitoes tend to like that cool spot where the grass meets the foundation. 

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Excess water in flower pots can be an attractive option for mosquito larvae. Emptying them out is the best way to go. 

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Be sure to keep your rain gutters free and clear of any leaves or other debris. 

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Be sure to trim hedges and bushes away from the house if possible. Mosquitoes really enjoy that cool space where the two meet. 

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Standing or stagnant water is the most conducive condition to mosquito reproduction. Grill covers and other tarped items in the backyard collecting water are a big help to mosquitoes breeding. Be sure to drain these. 

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Bonus Tip!

Cover those rain collectors. The constant theme is that standing water helps mosquitoes thrive. Eliminating these havens can help reduce mosquitoes in and around your home or business.

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