Each new season brings a series of changes, including a variety of new pests.
Itâ€™s a common misconception that with the cold weather rolling in, pests will pack up and leave until next year. The truth is in the colder months, crawling insects and other pests can make their way into our homes and draw in mice and other rodents, looking for warmth. Pests look to your home as a source of food, warmth, and shelter. So donâ€™t be surprised if you hear something scuttling around.Â Each new season brings a series of changes, including a variety of new pests. Some pests thrive in the warm and hot weather of summer, while others prefer to crawl indoors to keep out of the cold winter winds. The best way to prepare your home or business is to protect it all-year round.
Weâ€™ll take a look at some of the most common seasonal pests so that you can better protect your home or business all year long:Â
- Winter Pests: Rodents, Roaches, Bed Bugs
- Spring Pests: Termites, Mosquitoes, Flies, Spiders, Bed Bugs, Ants, Stinging Insects
- Summer Pests: Ticks, Bed Bugs, Fleas
- Fall Pests:Â Rodents, Roaches, Spiders, Fleas, Stink Bugs
Most home or business owners who get regular pest control services wont usually see infestations as they are maintaining a regular yearlyÂ service. They will find added benefits of having pest control done at the right time of year to have a long-lasting effect. Thereâ€™s nothing better than a group of professionals regularly and proactively looking for signs of new pests and taking care of pest issues before they become large infestations. While many might take a reactive approach to pest control and call for service only when they see pests, itâ€™s far better to schedule ongoing pest control treatment. With any pest, it can be difficult to detect a problem before it gets out of control. Thatâ€™s why prevention is key; solving the problem before it begins is the best way to handle pest control.
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