Mrs. Mosquito has regulated its services in Wellington, Florida as the village location suggests a high risk of floods which can soon be converted into never-ending pest infestation zones. The conventional Flooding map of 1979 identified the possibility of high tides and recurrence interval floods to show up at 20, 50, 100 years on average. Estimating the statistics, we are here to help the residents from potential pest infestations caused by water damage and damp infrastructure.
Wellington is a colonial village located 66 miles north of Miami. Being a total land of 31 square miles, the village is surrounded by 0.99 % of water bodies. The average temperature of the village stays between 24℃ to 13℃ which is relatively low for humidity. Although, in summers heavy rainfalls are expected and humidity levels change rapidly. The city is populated with 61,637 residents according to the 2020 census which is relatively a large number for the village. Considering several factors, the village requires a profound Pest Control Service as the area is close to water proximity having higher possibilities of pest infestation.