Using Pest Control As Preventative MaintenanceUsing Pest Control As Preventative Maintenance

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Using Pest Control As Preventative Maintenance

A few years ago, I experienced a personal breakthrough as a homeowner. I realized that I waited to call pest control until my bug problem had grown out of control. Instead of simply controlling pests, we would have to work through from square one each and every time we wanted to resolve the problem. However, my pest control guy gave me some advice that has stuck with me since that day. He explained that we should consider using pest control as preventative maintenance. Since then, I have pest control spray regularly every 3-6 months, whether there are bugs in my house or not. Tips like these can be found in the articles on my website.


3 Termite Pest Control Tips

Termites are a troublesome type of infestation. The problem starts in just one area, then moves to other areas of the home, spreading throughout and eventually causing so much irreversible damage that it can make your home uninhabitable. If you have termites in your home, you have to get into action right away getting rid of them. Hiring a pest control expert that specializes in this type of pest is one of the best things you can do. Read More 

4 Things You Should Do To Ensure Rats Don’t Enter Your Home

The last thing any homeowner wants to deal with is a rat infestation in their home. Besides being a nuisance, you should know that these pests are carriers of diseases. For example, they can contaminate your food by touching it or leaving droppings in open food containers. Also, they're destructive as they chew electrical wiring, insulation, clothes, and books. As such, if you believe you may have an infestation, call a rat control professional to help with extermination. Read More 

Termite Control Measures Protect Your New Home From Damage

When you buy your first home, you'll probably want to establish some sort of termite control on your property. Termites can work quietly in the background without you knowing they're destroying your home. Prevention is essential or you could face a lot of expenses when it comes to home repairs. Here are some things you can do to reduce the risk of termites getting in your home and why working with a termite control professional is a good idea. Read More 

Pro-Tips: 4 Natural Termite Extermination Options

If you don't take the initiative to effectively handle a termite problem on your property, it only takes a short time before they cause extensive damage. By scheduling a termite inspection, you can more easily catch a termite problem before it gets out of hand. This minimizes property damage, helping you save money in the long run. Accordingly, if you observe an infestation, seeking the help of a professional termite control expert is necessary. Read More 

New, Unwanted Roommates: Early Warning Signs Of Termite Infestation

It's unlikely that someone could move into your home without you knowing about it. However, it's certainly possible for something to move into your home without your knowledge. When termites move into a person's home, they tend to keep a low profile. You may be unaware of a termite infestation until the colony is well-established. By this point, considerable damage may have been done to the wooden structures of your home, and extensive extermination measures will be needed. Read More