Are You Ready for Spring & Summer Pests?
Spring is in the air, and summer is right around the corner! Most of us love the warmer temperatures and seeing the flowers growing. However, probably all of us hate that the arrival of spring and summer awakens many pests and rodents from their hibernation. When the temperatures rise, certain pests and rodents are more active. Mosquitos thrive from the additional rain in the spring, termites begin to swarm, and stinging insects search for flowers. In this blog post, we will help you prepare for active pests in spring and summer. If you are more prepared, you can tackle the issue of pests or rodents invading your space sooner than later.
Pests Most Active in Spring
Take steps early to protect against these unwanted visitors. As these pests revive, it is vital that you contact professionals that can provide relief. Especially if a harsh winter created unwanted cracks or holes in your home that allow these insects or rodents to enter your home. Here is a list of the pests that are most prevalent in spring:
Pests Most Active in Summer
Summer is when you see the most activity from pests year-round. The warmer weather provides perfect conditions for pests and rodents to prosper. With more lush greenery and food readily available, some of these pests will be increasingly bothersome. As the dog days of summer arrive, be prepared for an influx of the following pests or rodents:
If you have ever had an invasion of termites, mice, ants, bats, or fleas in your home, then you already know how difficult it is to get rid of them. The traps or repellants from the store do not do the trick. You will need to hire an experienced pest control company to rid your home of pests completely.
Why Hire All-State Pest & Lawn for Pest Control?
At All-State Pest & Lawn, we are licensed, insured, and certified to handle any pest control problem. We have decades of experience removing pests and plenty of knowledge about the pest’s routine, how they are likely to enter your home, and most importantly, how to remove them and keep them gone for good. However, we recommend treating your home before an outbreak begins. In the meantime, we also recommend that you do your part by maintaining your lawn, making sure everything in your pantry is closed well, and ensuring that any holes or cracks in your home are sealed as soon as you see them. When we have our initial consultation, we will also give you additional steps to help prevent the bothersome pests and rodents in the future but rest assured, we will solve your pest control issue. Call us today to schedule your consultation and appointment at (901) 757-9111.