As spring approaches and the weather improve many homeowners will start to concentrate on their spring cleaning. When planning the spring cleaning to-do list, be sure to not overlook any place where pests may congregate.
Getting a pest control expert is the only solution available. They provide several services, for example, attic inspection and treatment, exterior perimeter treatment, etc.
Have a pest control company to treat the house early in the season is a great idea, but there are some additional things homeowners can do to keep your home free of any unwanted visitors.
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The kitchen is a commonplace for bugs and rodents to human solid as this room provides easy access to food and water sources. Ants are very well known for finding their way into the kitchen, looking for leftovers.
If possible, try to attract the stove to vacuum on the side and behind it, because this is a prime area for food particles to come together. Next, sweep and mop the kitchen floor and remove all items from the shelves. Clean the shelves and adding or replacing shelf lining paper.
The bathroom is the main hangout place for roaches and silverfish. The best way to prevent them from appearing is to eliminate the source of the water because they cannot survive for a week without water.
The basement is a popular area for mice due to the fact that it is a dark basement with plenty of storage containers that pests can live in. When spring cleaning, go through the declutter deposit box room and checked rodents.