Pests can cause a lot of issues. Not only can they make your home look dirty, but they may spread disease, cause allergies, and damage the home. Unfortunately, your home may be attracting pests. If you would like to know more, keep reading.
Do You Have Pets?
If you have pets, they may track in a wide variety of pests, especially fleas. This is usually a bigger problem for people with dogs and cats that go outside.
When warm weather signals the beginning of summer, you may start making plans for pool parties and other types of outdoor fun. You may want to factor pest control into your plans too. A yard full of mosquitoes or fleas could ruin a fun event and force you back inside. Here are some summer pest control treatments you might want to talk to your pest control company about.
If you have squirrels in your attic, it can be scary, annoying, and not at all fun. Squirrels are sneaky pests and will find their way into small openings to store their nuts and find a place to stay warm in the winter months. One squirrel may turn into several before long, and you could have an infestation of squirrels in your home. Read on for what you can do if you have squirrels in your home.
If you're like many homeowners, you've heard horror stories about bedbugs from others, but you may consider their infestations something that happens to other people. However, bedbugs are skilled hitchhikers and can easily get into beds by hiding in luggage, clothing, or other personal items. They may also enter a home through cracks and crevices in walls, floors, and baseboards, or through gaps around windows and doors. No one seems to be immune.