Fleas thrive in hot and humid weather, making it ideal for them to appear on pets and family members during the summer months. Along with exterminating the pests from inside your home, there are key areas on the exterior of your home that an exterminator should focus on. By protecting the exterior of your family home, you can help prevent fleas from getting inside, nesting, and reproducing. When hiring a flea exterminator, you can request the following locations as a part of the service.
Have you ever gone to the kitchen for a late night snack and spied a moth fluttering around the room? Have you noticed that your food smells or tastes peculiar? If so, you may have pantry moths. Knowing the Signs If you have pantry moths, you may notice your food smells uninviting even though it has not yet expired. You may find brittle skins in your food that have been shed by the caterpillars.
It's frustrating when you have to rush back indoors when the sun goes down because of mosquitoes. When the pests get out of control, you can't use your yard in the evening unless you coat yourself with repellent spray. If you have a pool, patio, fire pit, or outdoor kitchen, it's nice if you can use them any hour you want without worry about being bitten by the pests. An exterminator can help you achieve this goal through the use of pesticides that kill adult mosquitoes and the elimination of breeding grounds that allow larvae to thrive.
Has your dog recently brought fleas into your home? Fleas can be a nasty pest to eliminate from your house, primarily because they're so hard to locate. You may not even notice them until you see your dog itching frequently or you find bite marks on you or your family's skin. Fleas love dark places, so they may hide deep in your carpet fibers or in other hard-to-see places. And if you notice your dog itching, it's very likely that the fleas have already spread to other places in your home as they have great jumping ability.
As a homeowner, you rightly feel responsible for your house's welfare, and you may feel that tenting the house and infusing it with chemicals is an unnecessarily invasive treatment for the problem of termites. But before you refuse your exterminator's professional advice on the matter, consider these pros and cons of using the tenting technique to treat for termites. Pros: 1. Protects your house from escapees Even if you and your exterminator both agree that the termites are limited to one area of the house for now, you can't be sure that a few won't escape before treatment and set up a colony in another part of the house.