In early July, as many as 27 cases of West Nile virus were reported within Maricopa County lines. As a result of poor standing water management, West Nile-diseased mosquitoes are on the rise.
In an interview with Arizona ABC 15, Dr. Rebecca Sunenshine, Medical Director of Disease Control suggests that, “if I had to remind people to do [some]thing, it would be, defend and drain. Wear insect repellent and drain the water where mosquitoes can breed around your home,” to decrease the chances of breeding grounds.
For the health of your property and tenants (and Monsoon season continues) schedule your FREE drainage inspection here and let the pros do the rest. Without he proper dispel of stromwater, managers run the risk of exposing themselves and their tenants to Zika and West Nile in he gestation period if not intervened. Drywells, catch basins, and other drainage systems work the hardest during the monsoon months and without consistent MaxWell maintenance, properties become he perfect breeding ground for Mosquitoes.
It’s never too late to prepare for Monsoon to avoid health and property damages—not to include potential fines from Arizona’s required 36-hour removal of standing water policy. Schedule your FREE drainage inspection & let us protect you.