Controlling Pest Control Problem

Pests can be a major headache for any homeowner. Not only do pests damage the structure of the house, but they are carrier of diseases as well. Because of this, it is critical you control the problem as soon as possible. Here are some simple tips on getting rid of pests in a safe way.

When dealing with a pest problem, check your local ordinances to learn what chemicals you can use. Using chemicals that are banned can do you an injustice if you put your home on the market. While this is rare, it might cause you to find other avenues of controlling your pests.

Irritated with fruit flies? The problem may be with your drain. To see if your drains are breeding grounds for fruit flies simply place plastic wrap over your drain. After a few days, check to see if your drains have fruit flies. If you do have this issue, boiling water should do the trick. This will help keep the flies from breeding in there.

Get rid of pests by addressing the root of the problem. Pests invade a home because it contains something they need to survive. Pests are in the house because they have access to food, water and comfort. Be sure to close off points of entrance and keep food scraps cleaned up. Eliminate water leaks under the house.

Sealing cracks in your home is important when trying to rid pesky creatures. Unwanted visitors looking for a way into your comfortable home take advantage of these small entryways. If you seal them up, the mosquitoes will not find a way to get inside. You need to check your whole house, even if many areas usually don’t show signs of pests.You might have termites taking over an underground area of your house that you don’t often enter. Be sure to have crawl spaces and basements inspected.

Do you see any rodents in your home? Walk around the perimeter of your home and try to locate small cracks that might be allowing pests inside. Fill cracks with clean scouring pads and/or place a small amount of rat poison in there. Sometimes, odor repellents like mustard oil can be effective. Mice will come into your trailer if you leave it in storage during the fall or winter. To prevent this, you can try using natural repellants before you seal the camper for the season.

You pay for your home or apartment, so you don’t want unwanted pests to live there for free! Start eliminating them today. Need help? Call us and we’ll take care of your pest problem. Trust the number one pest control company in Raleigh!