SWAT Mosquito Systems Blog

If you're tired of those annoying mosquitoes and no-see-ums ruining your outdoor enjoyment, then you've come to the right place. By visiting our blog regularly you will discover how you can protect your home and business from mosquitoes and no-see-ums with our helpful tips and tricks.

The Dangers of Citronella Candles and Bug Sprays

South Florida is known for its sunshine and warm, balmy weather. While the tropical weather attracts tourists from all over the world, however, it’s also inviting to mosquitoes. To avoid getting bitten or nipped at, many people enlist an army of tools designed to repel mosquitoes. Some of the weapons include citronella candles, repellent sprays, […]

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How To Tell If You’re Allergic To Bug Bites

Nobody likes getting stung by bees, or bitten by mosquitos, but for those allergic, the experience can be more than just unpleasant, it can be deadly. Here are some tips to help you determine if you are allergic to bug bites. There are Three Basic Types Of Reactions To Bug Bites A normal reaction sets […]

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The 4 Most Effective Natural Repellents to Use in Your Garden

Let’s Talk Pests The bane of many a gardener, landscaper, and homeowner – Florida is home to a plethora of garden pests. Their presence is virtually impossible to prevent (even more difficult to remove) and can range from mild nuisances to some downright destructive bugs. Harsh chemicals and pesticides are often viewed as the only way […]

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Why Autumn is the Best Time to Live in South Florida

We Love Fall in South Florida! While the snowbirds are waiting for winter to hit before making their trek to the Sunshine State, we locals know that they’re missing out by waiting until December to visit. Autumn is indubitably the best time to live in South Florida. We may not get to experience the changing […]

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SWAT Systems: Your Go-To Source for No-see-ums Control

Perhaps the only downside of living near the beautiful beaches, swamps, and lakes of Florida are the insects that also call these ecosystems home.  Trying to get rid of noseeums or mosquitos can sometimes feel like an uphill battle, but SWAT Mosquito Systems is now here to help!  While historically the pesky Florida mosquito population […]

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Swat Mosquitos on WPTV Channel NBC

This is an exclusive video of Swat Mosquito Systems’ Senior Vice President TV interview shot from backstage. Since the Zika virus remains an important health concern especially in Florida, Brent explains what our company can do in order to protect yourselves from mosquitos with a 98% efficiency. You can also take a look at our […]

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Declaring war on mosquitoes a priority in South Florida

Mosquitoes are always an irritating nuisance. This year, however, there is a more serious concern: the Zika virus, which experts believe is linked to microcephaly, a serious birth defect. After cases were identified in Florida, Gov. Rick Scott declared a health emergency. Although all Florida cases so far are believed to have been contracted by […]

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Steve Jenkins and SWAT Mosquito Systems Sends Pests Packing

When Steve Jenkins wanted to find a way to keep his newborn son safe from the dangers of insect bites, he became a man with a mission. Now, his company, SWAT Mosquito Systems, takes the sting permanently out of mosquito season in South Florida with a proprietary system that is custom designed for each client’s […]

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Mosquitoes still bugging you in South Florida? The Solution!

Mosquitoes bugging the bejesus outta you? Time to call in the SWAT team! Palm trees, balmy weather, sunshine…we Floridians are not only lucky, we’re smart! We’re brainy enough to have chosen the best place to live in the entire country. But living in paradise, like living anywhere else, comes with its everyday challenges, and just […]

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Help fight the Zika Virus with a SWAT Insect Fogging Machine

In the past week, news of the spreading Zika virus has taken the media by storm. Typically more common in Central and South America, there have been 12 reported cases in Florida in the past week – enough for Governor Scott to issue a state of emergency in the five effected counties. For the rest […]

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