SWAT Mosquito Systems is Swatting Away the Zika Virus by Protecting All of South Florida from the Insect-Borne Virus

SWAT Mosquito Systems uses a custom botanical insecticide misting system that directly impacts and eliminates mosquitos with out disturbing the natural peace and balance of your yard.

Feb 24, 2016, 10:00 ET from SWAT Mosquito Systems

BOCA RATON, Fla., Feb. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- SWAT Mosquito Systems (www.swatmosquitosystems.com) Word of the mosquito-transmitted illness, Zika Virus, seems to be spreading faster than the outbreak itself.  The World Health Organization has declared the Zika Virus as an international public health emergency, prompted by growing concern that it can cause birth defects.  Officials at the Center for Disease Control have stated that there is growing concern for residents living in the Southern regions of the United States, more so in Florida where the species of Aedes aegypti mosquitos carrying Zika are more common.  The Aedes aegypti species is known to breed in pools of water as small as a bottle cap.

For Florida residents, SWAT Mosquito Systems is providing a sensible, effective, and affordable solution.  The systems are installed by using a chain of custom-built misting sprays, located and concealed around the perimeter of the home.  While creating a protective barrier, Pyrethrum- a solution derived from Chrysanthemums which is deadly to mosquitos, is misted for approximately 30-60 seconds, three or four times per day.  The spray directly affects the nervous system of biting insects, which kills rather than just repelling, further protecting against the Zika Virus.  The system is virtually hassle-free, being operated with the push of a button by installing a simple app on your smart phone. 

Steve Jenkins, President and Founder of SWAT says that "Controlling mosquito populations on your property, especially where they propagate, is the best and safest way to protect yourself and your family."  The SWAT Mosquito System is also efficient in eliminating other common pests such as spiders, wasps, gnats, ticks, and fleas. 

The SWAT Mosquito System has been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Center for Disease Control.  By controlling numbers of potentially dangerous mosquitos on your property, you are creating a more comfortable and safe environment. 

For more information, call 1-866-900-SWAT, or visit www.swatmosquitosystems.com

High resolution images and interviews with SWAT President Steve Jenkins available upon request

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