Pest Control Tips for Families and Business Owners
Hello and welcome to my anti-pest blog. Hi, my name is Corrie. I live in an old home in the middle of nowhere. Due to the gaps in my home and the fact that we are virtually surrounded by nature, all kinds of pests have gotten into my home over the years. In addition to the usual suspects such as cockroaches, ants, termites and mice, we have also seen feral bees and small marsupials get into our home. Through trial and error and the occasional help of a professional pest removal specialist, we have learned a wealth of information about pest removal. Explore this blog and learn through my experiences. I think you will enjoy reading, but most of all, you will enjoy your pest-free house.
When winter ends and spring starts, termite swarmers emerge from hibernation and start mating to create new colonies. The colonies are sometimes exposed residential property. The scary thing about termites is that it is possible to have them eat the home right out from under you if you do not take precautionary measures. When this destruction which includes eating wooden support panels persists, the structural integrity of the house is significantly compromised.
Most individuals in Australia and other parts of the world tend to put off household cleaning during the cold months of the year. However, spring presents the perfect moment to do some house cleaning, landscaping, and other chores as people prepare for the summer. As you make your cleaning schedule for the spring, it is critical to pay attention to household pests and how you can get rid of them. Whether they are rodents, ants, spiders, or moths, pests can create unhygienic conditions in your home.
If you've just seen a termite and you are afraid of insects, you may be wondering which eradication method you should use. Ideally, you want the most effective extermination method possible with the least amount of insect contact. Here are some ideas to consider:
Tenting is an intensive process. The exterminator comes to your home, covers it with an airtight tent and fills the tent with chemicals. The chemicals penetrate every bit of exterior and interior wood in your home, killing every last termite.
Pest birds like pigeons, myna birds or English starlings can cause real problems for your home or garden. They're irritating, they damage plants and harass pets, and they leave unsightly droppings that can even cause damage to gutters. Some also carry diseases. Despite these problems, many homeowners don't like the idea of killing birds -- and indeed, killing them can often cause more problems than it solves. To rid your garden of these pests without killing them, try some of these humane pest control methods.
Ants in your home can be a real nuisance. If your home is being attacked by ants, it is important that you take action. Below are some top tips to help you beat an ant infestation in your home.
Locate and Seal the Entry Points
The first thing you should do is carry out an inspection of your home in order to locate the point at which the ants are entering the property.