When it comes to pest control problems, summertime is definitely not the best time! In fact, pest control problems are most common during these months due to a number of factors, including:
-People being outside more often
-Buildings and yards being left unoccupied for longer periods of time
-Higher temperatures attracting pests
If you’re experiencing a pest control problem this summer, here are some tips on how to avoid it:
-Keep your home clean and organized – pests like clutter and chaos. Keep all appliances and electronics out of sight and out of reach.
-Make sure your pet is properly supervised – cats and dogs can bring pests inside.
-Install screens on all windows and doors – this will keep pests from entering your home in the first place.
If you do have a pest problem this summer, don’t hesitate to call us for help! We’ll be happy to come out and take a look, get rid of the pests, and prevent them from coming back in the future.
What are the pest control problems in spring and summer?
In the spring and summer, pests are most active and are looking for new places to live. This is when pest control problems are most common. Here are five of the most common pest control problems in these seasons:
1. Ants: In the spring and summer, ants are looking for food and water. They may travel along walls or into buildings searching for sources. Ants can be a nuisance, so it’s important to take action to get rid of them. You can use insecticide sprays or bait stations to kill off large numbers of ants; however, you may also need to call a professional to get rid of small numbers of ants that are causing a problem.
2. Wasps and Bees: Wasps and bees feel the need to produce honey in the spring and summer months. This can lead to them building nests in unusual places, such as around water pipes or in rooflines. If wasps or bees become a problem, it’s important to remove their nests using an insecticide spray or by using a beekeeper’s box. You can also try using traps baited with sugar syrup – this will attract the insects but won’t harm them once they land on the trap surface.
3. Flies:flies lay eggs on rotting vegetation or feces, which hatch into maggots that feed on organic matter. In the spring and summer months, flies are more active due to warmer temperatures and higher humidity levels. To prevent flies from becoming a
How can you prevent pest control problems in spring and summer?
In the spring and summer, pests are most active and attracted to warm temperatures. This can lead to problems with pests in your home. Here are some tips on how to prevent pest control problems in the spring and summer:
1. Keep your home clean. Reduce the number of places where pests can live by keeping your house clean. Clean up any foodcrumbs or other residue, remove clutter, and vacuum regularly. Dirty surfaces offer insects a place to hide and multiply.
2. Use caution when using pesticides. Always read the label carefully before using a pesticide, and follow all instructions precisely. Pesticides can be dangerous if they’re not used properly, so be sure to wear gloves and protective clothing when applying them.
3. Make your home as unappetizing to pests as possible. Remove anything that may be attractive to insects, such as flower pots with wilted flowers or leaves, rotting food, or moldy materials. Seal cracks and gaps in your foundation, siding, windowsills, doors and around pipes so insects cannot enter
Pest control problems are common during the summer months when there is an increase in pests such as mosquitoes. By following some simple tips and avoiding pest-prone areas, you can minimize your chances of having a problem.