Your home can attract the attention of all sorts of creatures, from insects to rodents, but not all of them make their presence known by scratching sounds in the walls or droppings left on the floor. Many pests are more subtle, and this can make them more dangerous. Without obvious signs of an infestation, you may not realize you have one until they've already been there a while. Here are four things you should look out for that could signal an infestation of some kind.
There are few pest problems that can cause more disruption or damage than a rodent infestation. While rodent problems can be a common occurrence, there are many homeowners that will fail to take the appropriate steps for limiting this problem.
1. Store Pet Food Where Pests Can Not Reach It
Pet food can be one of the main sources of food for rodents. While homeowners will often assume that rodents will be unable to get to pet food that is stored in a bag, rodents have extremely sharp teeth that l allow them to shred most types of plastic or paper bags.
The weather is beginning to warm up and with it can bring a number of wasps to your backyard. Wasps can build nests in and around your home and yard and be a nuisance to you and your family, but here are some tips to help you repel and eliminate wasps in your yard.
Use Natural Repellents
Repelling wasps away from you and in your backyard is easy to do with natural repellents.
Pest control is very important when you operate a restaurant. You never know when you'll have a surprise inspection so you need to keep bugs and rodents out of the building at all times. Plus, if customers see roaches in your restaurant, they may not come back and that would hurt your business. The best way to keep bugs under control and protect your income is with monthly pest control inspections and treatments.
If you're like many homeowners, you've got a couple of days of spring cleaning penciled in on your household maintenance calendar for some point during the coming weeks. Few things are more satisfying than a thoroughly cleaned home that's ready for the spring and summer season. However, many homeowners completely neglect what should be the one of the most important aspects of spring cleaning, getting your home ready for the onslaught of seasonal household pests such as insects and rodents.