It’s officially fall in St. Louis – and while the temperatures might still feel like summer, fall brings us some festive events that are family friendly!
Summer may be coming to an end in the St. Louis-area, but we’re still busy with camping trips, youth camp sessions, and backyard bbqs. Spending time outdoors means that mosquito safety for your children is still important.
Labor Day weekend usually signals the end of summer, making it a great time to hold an outdoor BBQ! As outdoor experts, we decided to put together some tips and tricks to have a memorable holiday weekend with family and friends – all without too much party-planning stress.
Mosquito bites can be annoying, with the itchy bumps that they leave behind oftentimes becoming painful. The good news is that you can get some relief from a few home remedies that are helpful in treating you and your family’s mosquito bites.
This weekend, St. Louis saw the weather put a damper on 4th of July celebrations. With all of this fresh rainfall and thick humidity, it’s important to take some quick backyard precautions to make sure your home and garden doesn’t become a breeding ground for mosquitoes and other outdoor pests.
Everyone loves an outdoor BBQ or pool party on the 4th of July in St. Louis, and if you’re hosting a party, you’ll need to think about the outdoor comfort of your guests.
If you’re hosting a summertime wedding, you’re probably envisioning a perfect blue sky day, gorgeous weather and mild temperatues. What you don’t want are overheated guests, sweating from the St. Louis humidity and mosquitoes hovering over your perfecting wedding cake.
Besides mosquito bites being itchy and bothersome, the bite of an infected female mosquito can spread dengue, chikungunya or Zika viruses. This Summer, it’s increasingly more important to take action in order to say safe from bug bites – especially in the humid Summer months of St. Louis.
Mosquito Squad tips on creating a backyard party oasis – including effective ways to keep pests away from your big party!
We recommend that you supplement our natural barrier spray with a little landscaping by adding plants to fight off mosquitoes.