Empty containers that can hold water are a major source of mosquito control problems. Things like buckets, flower pots, wheelbarrows, pop cans, beer bottles, coffee cans, bird feeders, birdbaths, and anything else that can hold water needs to be cleaned up or emptied regularly.
Standing water in garbage cans will inevitably become a mosquito control issue. Garbage cans are particularly dangerous because they are a relatively safe shelter, like a suburb for mosquitoes. Make a hole at the bottom of your outdoor garbage or recycling containers to help them drain.
Mosquito control can be as easy as cleaning your pool every week. If your living in an apartment or a home where there is a swimming pool, make sure you keep the chlorine levels where they should be.
Window screens, like netting, are your primary means of indoor mosquito control. Go through your home and make sure all of your window screens are in good repair, and that they fit flush against the frame. Even the smallest hole will be an invitation for nighttime air raids.