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Pest Prevention Tips



Here are a few easy steps you can take to stop pests and termites from invading your home:


Pest Tips:

  • Seal cracks in your home's exterior to help keep pests from getting in.
  • Properly seal windows and doors with tight-fitting screens and weather stripping.
  • Don't leave uncovered food sitting out inside or out as it attracts ants and flies
  • Store clothing in plastic boxes to prevent fabric pests from getting to them.
  • Proper ventilation keeps areas unsuitable for cockroaches and other pests as well as improving the heating and cooling efficiency of your home.
  • Remove any piles of debris, stones, bricks, etc., around your home to prevent pests and rodents from finding cover.
  • Resolve any moisture problems in or under your home. Wet crawl spaces or basements are a magnet to pests.

Termite Tips:

  • Repair any roof or plumbing leaks as these leaks can allow termites to survive above ground in a house.
  • Eliminate any wood-to-soil contact around your foundation and store firewood away from your home.
  • Prevent mulch and soil from touching the siding of your home as they make it easier for termites to enter.
  • Use mesh screens on all windows and doors, as well as in ventilation openings for attics and crawl spaces.
  • Contract with a professional pest control company to regularly inspect your home to help detect termite activity for prompt treatment.



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Common Pest Facts

  • More homes are damaged by termites each year than by fire.
  • Cockroaches spread germs, worsen allergies and quickly cause widespread infestations in your home.
  • Flies and mosquitos carry and spread dangerous diseases to humans and animals.
  • Rodents damage your property and multiply quickly, leading to an out-of-control infestation.
  • Ants hunting for food and water can invade your home, parading across your counters and floors.
  • Fleas feed on human blood through small bites in the skin that are annoying to people and pets. The female flea lays up to 800 eggs during her lifetime multiplying at a record-breaking speed.
  • Crickets will eat almost anything damaging fabric, paper and vegetables.
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