Ants, Mice, Rats and Cockroaches are pests that we have to watch out for this winter. These pests not only cause allergies but are also capable of spreading dangerous diseases to humans.
Weather predictions for winter this year indicate harsher winter for many parts of the country. Due to harsh winter predictions this year, you are sure to be fighting more Mice, Ants, Rats and Cockroaches indoors. These pests invade millions of homes each winter. Harsher the winter more pests come indoors looking for food and shelter. Pest proofing your home closing all cracks and crevices before winter sets in is very important as these pests can fit inside tiny holes easily, rodents can also chew through openings and damage your property to find their way inside.
Stink bugs, centipedes, box elder bugs, lady bugs, spiders and few other pests can also get indoors using smaller openings seeking heat. Many pests don’t hibernate in winter but they stay active indoors. You may not find them easily as they are mostly hiding in your basements, garages and attics waiting to invade your kitchen and pantry during the night.
Rodents are the most dangerous winter pests and invade millions of homes and businesses every year in winter causing health threats and property damage. As Rodents are larger than many other pests they are easier to identify and trap.
Here is a useful read on how to identify common rodents and find a chemical free DIY solution to get rid of Rodents: https://pestcontrolproductsdepot.blog/inspect-for-rodents-in-fall-and-winter/
Keeping the outdoor perimeter around your house clean is also important during winter as larger pests like Raccoons, Coyotes and Opossums can come looking for food.
Simple DIY preventive measures can keep your family safe from pests. Don’t spend your holidays with pests this winter. Enjoy your holidays with family and friends in a pest free home.
At Pest Control products depot our expert DIY PEST CONTROL team can put together a custom winter pest control kit for your Commercial and Residential Pest Control needs. Give us a call today at 1-877-788-2847 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org