How to Prevent Pests With Your Pest Control Services

Whether it’s termites or rodents that you’re dealing with, pest control services are something that you should be prepared to deal with. In North America, many homeowners make the mistake of assuming that they can handle all of the pest control issues on their own. This is not the case and it can lead to major expenses, as well as health risks for the people in your home. Here are some examples of the types of services that might be needed for pest control:

Residential Pest Service: There are a number of companies out there that offer this as part of their pest control services. These include but are not limited to, sprays, foggers, and bait. Best overall: Orkin. Best for long-term infestation: Terminix.

Best integrated pest control services: Archer Exterminators. Best if you don’t have a termite problem: Envirodesis. Best on a tight budget: Aterm. Best for a number of insects: Bulldozer Blades.

American Pest Control: The most common service offered by pest control companies. They will typically use rodenticides or baits to take care of mice and rats. For other rodents, such as raccoons and possums, they might elect to use ultrasonic traps or electric brushes. Either way, you might want to contact a rodent control company before trying to take care of the issue yourself. These are just some of the options that are available.

Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever: Many people contract Lyme disease every year and more than 25 million people in the United States become infected each year by Rocky Mountain spotted fever. While rodents and mosquitoes may be the culprits behind this disease, the most dangerous culprit is an increase in the tick population. Because deer, mice, and other larger animals carry this disease, it is important that pest control services for mice and rats have a strategy for dealing with growing tick infestations. Ticks will often times seek out warm-blooded animals such as humans and pets, which makes it particularly difficult for the average homeowner to prevent the infestation.

In many states, you can apply for a Residential Pest Control Services license. This license is specifically geared towards helping residential property owners deal with infestations and prevent further spread. If you are not a licensed property owner, it is still possible for you to help prevent infestations by following these steps. Remove any possible rodent or spider infestations. Look around your attic and other areas for moist and dark places that they would prefer to live. Educate yourself about tick and rodent infestations in your area and call your local Pest Control Services company if you see more mice or rats than usual.

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