Mosquitoes in Singapore thrive due to our humid climate and frequent rains. If safety precautions are not taken, these mosquitoes can breed easily in any household, school and even offices. Mosquitoes breed by laying their eggs on stagnant water in flower pots, roofs and bamboo pole holders, reproducing at a rapid rate. While mosquitoes are generally harmless, some species of mosquitoes such as the Aedes mosquito carry deadly diseases that may lead to widespread epidemics. As such, mosquitoes pose a significant threat to Singaporeans and it is for our own well being that appropriate mosquito control measures are put in place to prevent our premises from becoming a breeding ground.