Paul Theroux wrote one heck of a good story back in the day. It was that good that they turned it into a movie. The setting was harsh and extreme. And the title was apt. Because that is an area that would be swarming with mosquitoes. In the thousands. And within what is left of the Amazon jungles. Chances are good that mosquitoes will survive the worst of global warming and climate change.
This may now seem extremist but perhaps it has caught your notice. And there you saw how the question was asked. Are you living near a mosquito coast? Because while it might never be as bad as the Amazon, there is every possibility that you could be in an area that is attractive to mosquitoes. Lots of them. You could be close to a choppy coastline. Your residential area could be close to a river.
It could even be the climate in your area. You can expect them under hot and humid conditions as well.
Worse still, it could be close to a highly populated industrial area. Why would this be worse? As if anyone would ask. Nevertheless, mosquitoes tend to favor polluted water for some mysterious reason. Could it be that they feed off all the bacteria? That is quite possibly something your local mosquito control franklin technicians could explain off the cuff. They are, after all, experts in their trade.
And just so you know, there is always an easy way to prove this. All you have to do is visit their companies’ websites and check out the credentials. If it is a registered company, it will go still further in explaining the work that is being done in terms of specialized mosquito control measures.