Some say yes. While others say no. Some of those who do say yes may be left with egg on their faces. Or if an infestation were to become quite serious, so damaging that it leads to ill health, disease, or worse, the practice could be faced with a civil claim or too. Those who do, however, suggest the negative may well be exercising realistic expectations. Which is perhaps why the residential mosquito treatment durham callout could be emphasizing control rather than utter extermination.
The reality is that it really may not be possible to wipe out any form of mosquito breeding in its entirety. Although it has to be said that nothing is impossible, and indeed, in some parts of the world it has happened. But such outcomes require more than what a pest control unit is able to do for a residential community. Residents have to come to the party as well. They need to be assertive in exercising their rights as rates and taxes payers.
They need to raise their voices at their local town hall meetings if you will. The administrative authorities need to be cooperative in pooling all available resources in relation to cleaning up the local environment. Because this is an area that mosquitoes and other insect pests are particularly fond of. They feast on bacterial pollution. Mosquitoes enjoy the polluted water for the purposes of breeding.
And there is also plenty of room for feeding too. Assume then that pools, rivers, lakes and dams are being purified to a pristine state. Assume then an environment that becomes unattractive for mosquitoes to breed in. They will waste little time in migrating to other areas that provide more fertile breeding grounds for them. Or in their case; breeding water.