COVID-19 UPDATE FROM SUNESTA!

COVID-19 Update from Sunesta

As always, the safety of our customers and employees is our top priority. Our manufacturing facility is open, and we will continue operations for as long as we are safely able to do so. We are strictly following all CDC and local health authority guidelines to help limit the spread of COVID-19, both at our facilities and with our customers.

For homeowners who have already scheduled an appointment, or for those wishing to schedule a free estimate, we will work with you to accommodate your needs in the safest manner possible. We are available to receive your phone calls, schedule appointments, and provide estimates in a safe manner using CDC recommended guidelines.

If you currently have an appointment and would prefer to postpone or reschedule, please let us know and we will be happy to make appropriate arrangements.

Thank you for your understanding and patience as we work to make sure your comfort and safety are our top priority.

Seeking Refuge From Mosquitoes In The Southeast

We’re sure this tale is a familiar one: You’re basking in the newfound warmth of the season, relishing the kiss of sun on your skin and the joy of fresh air in your lungs.

Only it’s all too short-lived. When living in the Southeast, it’s all too common for mosquitoes to snatch away your outdoor freedom, replacing it instead with a frustratingly persistent itch.

Thankfully, relief is close at hand when you seek refuge behind a screen.

The Dangers of Mosquito Exposure

While most of the time mosquitoes are simply considered a nuisance, “some mosquitoes are harmful and can spread viruses like West Nile, dengue, Zika, and parasites like malaria,” the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) explains.

For example, the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) has warned that common mosquito-borne viruses found in the Sunshine State include St. Louis encephalitis, Eastern equine encephalitis, and West Nile virus.

That being said, different states are liable to report varying diseases, as there are approximately 176 different types of mosquitoes found in the United States alone. Thus, protecting oneself from mosquito exposure is more than a mere matter of comfort.

Screening Instead of Scratching

Studies have found that the Southeast is especially prone to high mosquito activity because “The long hot summers, long rainy seasons, and periods of drought in the southeastern United States make for optimal breeding conditions for mosquitoes.”

But that doesn’t mean you have to be resigned to it. In fact, if your home or business in the Southeast is often overrun with mosquitoes — particularly in the summer months — the good news is that mosquito management and mitigation can easily be pursued.

Research conducted by the University of Florida found that mesh screens are highly effective in preventing insect intrusion, particularly in cases involving mosquitoes. For this reason, many find that installing a durable screen offers not only enhanced privacy and protection from the sun, but may also serve the purpose of fending off the unrelenting mosquitoes.

Seeking Solutions With Sunesta

In the Southeast, mosquito season typically spans from March to late October. However, screens can be a year-round asset to residents of this region, particularly as sun exposure remains high no matter the season.

In that case, why not install a highly-rated and nationally-lauded retractable screen that you can employ with the push of a button? Or, more specifically, why not contact Sunesta?

Sunesta doesn’t only offer custom-designed retractable screens and the nation’s leading warranty coverage, but it also offers 100% American-made products that are installed for free by your local dealer!

This year, it’s time to say “goodbye” to mosquito misery and “hello” to Sunesta solutions. To learn more and get your FREE estimate, call Sunesta today at 1-800-SUNESTA!