Weather plays an important role in pest behavior. Pest behavior is seasonal. Identifying these patterns and taking precautions accordingly will help prevent pests from invading your properties.
Spring is the season when pests awaken from their dormant state and start breeding. They are hungry after hibernation and start looking for food and water and look for entry points inside your house. Spring is the season for mating and you may notice many active nests.
Summer is when there is no shortage of resources outside and the number of pests in your yard is at the peak. As you are your family spend more time outdoors in summer, you will often come across nests of stinging insects like bees, hornets and wasps. Summer rains become a great breeding site for mosquitos and these rains may also force some pests like ants to seek shelter inside your property.
Fall is when temperatures starts to cool down and just like humans most pests also prefer warmer temperatures to survive, so they start preparing for Winter by trying to store food and finding nesting sites indoors where they can hibernate for the winter.
Winter is when we often think all the insects are dead but most of them are just hibernating inside your property. You see an increase in Rodent activity as they are larger pests but many other smaller pests also would find their way inside your homes easily in winter if you don’t seal the door, windows and other entry points tightly.
Taking proper measures to prevent invasion of pests before each season starts is important. We at pest control recommend a preventive DIY pest control every quarter.
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Both residential and commercial properties can benefit from doing DIY preventive pest control. This preventive measure will not only save money but also keep your property free from serious invasions from pests and protect you from threats these pests can cause.