Discovering pests in a home can be an unsettling experience. Whether it's ants marching across the kitchen counter, cockroaches scurrying in the bathroom, or mice leaving droppings in the pantry, these unwelcome visitors can cause damage, spread diseases, and disrupt peace of mind. Thankfully, professional pest control services have the knowledge, expertise, and tools to eradicate these pests safely and effectively. This blog post will explore common household pests and how a pest control service can help eliminate them.
If you think you've seen signs of termites, but you're not sure, have a termite inspection done. Even if you don't have reason to think you have an active infestation, it could be a good idea to have an inspection if it's been years since your house was last inspected. Here's how a termite inspection works.
You Prepare Your Home Ahead Of Time
The pest control company may provide you with instructions on how to prepare for a termite inspection.
Bats can benefit humans. Some species eat insects, meaning they provide free pest control. Others are pollinators, meaning they enable plant reproduction. However, sharing an ecosystem isn't the same as sharing a building with these animals. Bats make horrendous housemates that are hard to remove. As such, you should call wildlife control if you notice them in your home. Here are five reasons you should call pest control for your bat problem:
A detached garage can be a useful addition to any property with enough space to build one. Unfortunately, it can also become a haven for a variety of unwanted pests. Carpenter ants in your detached garage can be particularly troublesome to deal with, and these tenacious pests can do serious damage if they are not swiftly and thoroughly removed.
Why Are Carpenter Ants Attracted To Detached Garages?
Carpenter ants may look like ordinary ants to the naked eye, but they have a unique way of building their nests.
Now that the weather is warming up the pests come out of hiding and can invade homes. Two of these common pests are mice and ants. Below is information on how to prevent these pests from getting inside your home to save you a lot of time and money.
Mice may already be in your home as they look for shelter during the winter. If not, they often get into homes to find food during the spring and throughout the year.