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5 Ways to Keep Mice out This Winter

By dan,

Mice

The worst thing about the pesky creature mouse is that they can pass through the tiniest of holes to get into your house. The rodents look for construction deficiencies for gaining entry. Some of the key signs to look for to confirm the presence of mice in the house are signs of chewing, grease marks, droppings and insulation damage. To fix the rodent problem you need to seal all the possible crevices of your house.

Here are the ways to keep mice at bay during the winter months-

Make use of Repellants: Though repellants are not the ideal solution for keeping the mice away from your house, still, they are used by many homeowners. The downside of using a repellant is that you ought to be more cautious as they are poisonous and hence can cause harm to any pets in the house. Moreover, the repellants can cause fetid odor. For instance, if you spray some in the crawl space or attic, it would lead to the death of mice resulting in a smelly decaying carcass if not noticed on time.

Glue Traps Prove to Be Useful: A good way of trapping mice is with the help of glue boards. Mice are curious and are easily caught. It is recommended to take professional help to deal with the problem of mice.

Salt for Attracting Mice: Mice can survive in anything including their own droppings. A speck of salt is good enough to attract their attention. Thus, the best way to keep the mice away from your home is by making sure all your food items are kept in a safe and secure place. Any food can attract mice from the snicker bars to cakes. They generally carry the food to their ‘nesting spot’ and if they are unable to do so, they consume the food right at the spot.

Backyard Bird Feeders are Effective Mouse Traps: As mice can feed on almost everything, they are attracted to the bird feeders. The food is definitely for the birds but the mice can eat it as well. As a result, the bird feeders prove to be one of the best ‘mouse traps’. They happen to attract more mice compared to birds. Keeping in mind the fact that mice can feed in almost anything, you must be careful about the food you serve your pets.

Steel Wool and Caulk are Useful for Trapping Mice: Once you handle the mice infestation within your house, you must make sure there are no openings for entry of more mice into your house. Mice can enter your house through openings as small as ‘dime’. Rodents have the ability to enlarge small holes by gnawing. A good way of preventing the entry of mice into your house is by using steel wool and caulk. You must ensure to replace the weather stripping and screen the chimney openings and vents for keeping rodents at bay.

These are the various effective ways you can make use of to ensure your house is protected from rodent infestation.

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5 Signs You Don’t Have Bed Bugs

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Bed Bugs

One of the nasty and vexing creatures are the bed bugs. To the ‘untrained eye’, the bites of the bed bugs could be confused with that of the other insects. From itchy red welts to black spots, rust spits and musty odor; are some of the most common signs that tell the presence of ‘bed bug’ infestation.

Unlike the blood-suckers or mosquitoes, the bed bugs inject a numbing agent before biting. Each of the bugs feeds about 10 to 15 minutes per week before they return back to their ‘hiding place’. The most common sign of a bite from the bed bugs are the ‘splotchy welts’ that appear in a zigzag pattern. You have to look out for specific signs and symptoms to be assured that there are no bed bugs in your house.

Here are the 5 signs to watch out for in order to be assured there are no bed bugs present in your house.

  • No Itchy Red Bites: You would not be assured that there are bed bugs in your home unless they leave their impression. One of the prominent signs to be confirmed of the presence of bed bugs in your home is the appearance of red, flat welts in small clusters or zigzag manner on your skin. They could even leave their marks as bites in ‘straight rows’. They do not spread diseases but their bites are annoying which can lead to infection and bleeding on scratching.
  • No Blood Stains on the Pillows or Bed sheets: After feeding and being crushed on their way to the hiding place, the bed bugs would leave red blood stains on the pajamas, mattresses, pillowcases and bed sheets. You must carefully examine these blood smears as they might look like something else.
  • No Black Spots: To be confirmed that there are no bedbugs in your home, you must watch out for the black spots. The black spots are basically the droppings of the bed bugs and they appear like pencil marks. You must check out for these marks on your sheets, mattresses, bed frames and box springs.
  • No Offensive Odor: One of the key signs to look out for while detecting the ‘bed bug’ infestation is the musty odor they emit. The odor is similar to a wet towel and is mistaken usually for mold smell. If there is a musty and foul odor in the bedroom, it could be due to the presence of bed bugs.
  • No Signs of Molting: The bed is the place to check out for bed bugs. Apart from leaving blood stains that appear as ‘rust spots’ on the bed sheets, the bugs leave other signs on the bed to confirm their presence. One such sign is their tiny brown oval exoskeletons. You can come across their shed skin while doing your bed. The bed bugs are known to molt a couple of times when they are maturing and they leave around their exoskeletons all over the bed.

These are the signs to watch out for to be assured your bed is not infested with bed bugs. The absence of the above-mentioned signs would confirm the absence of bed bugs in your home.

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When Is the Best Time to Have Your Trees Sprayed For Pests

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Protecting Trees From Pests

Insects love sweet fruits and the warmer temperatures of spring cause diseases and pest infestation. It is a good idea to plan well ahead to save your trees from the attack of pests. The ideal time to schedule and plan for treating the problems of your landscape is late winter. It is best to identify the problem of pests early to provide the right treatment on time.

Schedule for the Treatment of Shrubs and Essential Trees

  • Mid of March through the Mid of April: The best time to begin spraying your trees is during this time. The spray would smother the overwintering pests along with their eggs. This would save your spruce trees, rhododendrons, hollies, azaleas, and pine trees.
  • March through the Whole of May: The flowers appear to bloom and shrubs sprout during this time. Hence, the best time for fertilization is early spring or late winter.
  • April to June: The best time to apply fungicide for controlling diseases such as anthracnose mildew, apple scab, rust, or fungal diseases is April to June. The weather decides the best time for spraying the fungicide, which requires about 2 to 3 treatments. The shrubs and trees that benefit most from the fungicide application are lilacs, hawthorns, magnolias crab apples, dogwoods etc.
  • June: The best time to spray fungicides to control the growth of wasps and hornets is June. The best time to attack the wasp nests is at night when they are least active. At a temperature below that of 50° F, the wasps cannot fly. The best time to kill the honey bee nests is the month of June. Honey bees become a nuisance during spring when they attack bird feeders and swimming pools for water. Thus, they should be destroyed during this time.
  • April through the whole of July: This is the best time for the beetle treatment, which is a big concern for the ash trees. If there is ash on the property, you must take all measures to remove or treat it.
  • Late May all through of July: The best time for applying fungicides for controlling the damaging effects of leaf miners, viburnum leaf beetles, and lace bugs is from May to July.
  • May to the whole of September: This the best time for killing pests such as summer mites, aphid, and Japanese beetle.
  • August: August is the month for treating the oak and the elm trees for diseases such as Oak Wilt and Dutch Elm Disease.
  • September to November: The shrubs and trees, which were not fertilized in the spring season, could benefit from the application of fertilizer in fall for ensuring vitality.

Why You Must Plan Ahead?

You must apply the fungicides, insecticides as well as the various other treatments in an integrated thoughtful way for protecting your landscape from the harmful effects of the pests. The pest control services providers offer a tailor-made plan that is specific to the various plants, which grow on the property. All this takes a lot of time including the in-depth inspection of the property.

It is recommended to hire the services of Pest Control professionals who have adequate knowledge and expertise to design insect control programs to keep the vexing pests away from your orchard and landscape.

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Keep Your Family Safe from Raccoons This Winter

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Raccoon

Raccoons can be pesky creatures creating a mess in the house and damaging property. Hence, you must take various measures to keep them away from your property for protecting it. You could keep these vexing creatures at bay by removing the potential ‘food sources’ and sealing off ‘small access’ points they could use as shelters.

Here are the ways by which you can keep raccoons away from your house:

  • Removing the Food Source: The best way to protect your house from raccoons is by removing all kinds of food source lying in your yard. You must even be careful about the pet food you serve outside in bowls. Raccoons consume almost anything from bird seeds to food given to the squirrels. Thus, it is essential to keep all edibles out of reach of raccoons to protect your property.
  • Getting Rid of Trash Cans: Apart from the food, you must even make an effort to remove all trash cans from your yard and keep it in a secluded location, out of reach of animals, such as closed garages. In case you have to keep the trash cans outside, make sure they are equipped with locking lids or you could place a couple of bricks on the trash can lid from preventing the raccoons from opening them.
  • Seal All Entryways: To prevent raccoons from entering into any part of your houses, such as crawlspace, attic or garage, ensure to seal all your entry points with newspaper. A raccoon can squeeze into your house through tiny spaces, as small as 4 inches in diameter. You must cover large holes with hardware cloth so that even if the raccoon pries up the corner it should not get to the ‘actual hole’. Make sure to install the hardware cloth both outside and inside the access points for better coverage.
  • Make Sure the Raccoons are Not Comfortable: Just like the human beings, the raccoons even prefer a peaceful and secluded place to stay. You can discourage the raccoons inhabiting your property by installing ‘motion-sensing’ bright lights outside. You could even install bright lights in any of the ‘indoor areas’ the raccoon’s visit. You could even leave a radio outside as human voices could frighten them away. Vinegar in bowls can even work wonders. You could leave vinegar bowls in enclosed small areas that the raccoons use. The unpleasant and harmless odor of the vinegar would make the raccoons take shelter somewhere else.
  • Fencing the Garden Helps: An effective way to keep the raccoons away is with an electric fence. The fence helps in protecting the crops but at the same time, you must remember that the raccoons are excellent climbers. The ideal fence to use is the electric fence. You can use the 2-wire ‘electric fence’ and place the 6” and 12” inches wires above the ground. Set the electric fence on a timer that runs only after the dark.

If you these steps don’t help solve your problem, it’s best to get in touch with professional. Call or email the experts at Glen Environmental.

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Mount Vernon: 5 Ways to Keep Bed Bugs Out

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Bed bugs pose a major threat to households throughout Mount Vernon. Unfortunately, most people do not care about bed bugs until they cause real havoc to the property and the people living there. They are hard to eradicate. Every time you return home, they are waiting for you and their next meal. Do not wait for bed bugs to become a trouble that you are unable to tackle. Take these 5 vital steps to keep bed bugs at bay.       

1. Cover All Entryways

Do not wait for bed bugs to infest your home and feast on you. Understand their nature of invasion and possible sources. Generally, bed bugs climb into the electrical outlet holes, and hide there until it is time to move elsewhere. In severe cases, they pass through the walls via power outlets, spreading the infestation to other areas.

To prevent this, cover all electrical outlets when not in use. One way to identify bed bug infestation is through their droppings, which appear like dark colored dots. Whether or not your property is pest infested, protect all entryways to prevent any sort of invasion.

2. Protect Yourself and Your Bed

To keep bed bugs at bay, adopt modern techniques and equipment to keep your property ad yourself safe. Since the bugs mostly invade the beds, you can encase the mattress with a zippered covered, which is impervious to bed bugs. Sleep in peace because no bug can breach this barrier. The covers are inexpensive, and do not change the look and feel of your mattress.

You can also invest in bed bug defender that lets you know when the pests try to crawl up the furniture. The interceptors work as traps when placed under upholstered furniture or the legs of your bed. These are free of pesticides and are very inexpensive. Regularly clean and heat-dry the bed sheets, bedspreads, blankets or any cloth that touches the floor. 

3. Travel Safely

Bed bugs do not just travel up the electrical outlets to invade your home. They also stick around when you visit a movie theater, dressing room of the department store, rental cars, hotel rooms or airplane cargo. Thus, traveling holds the biggest risk of bringing home a bed bug. Make sure you travel safely and wisely. Carry your clothes in pouched bags. In hotels, do not place your luggage on the floor ever. Check the curtains, draperies, seams and upholstered furniture carefully for pest infestation.     

When you come back, inspect all your belongings for signs of bugs. Look for rust-colored spots that are a sign of bed bugs.    

4. Clear the Clutter

A cluttered space is the ideal place for bed bugs to hide and reed. It also makes them difficult to locate and treat. Begin by eliminating clutters against the walls as these are good hiding spots for the pests. Properly store and organize your things so that they do not become a paradise for bed bugs.

5. Get Professional Bed bug Treatment

If you are already pest infested, do not handle the problem alone. Eradicating bed bugs can be a complex process, and need professional treatment. They have the knowledge and experience to exterminate bed bugs effectively, safely and permanently from your home or business.

Keep your property bed bug free by thinking like them, traveling safely and hiring an expert bed bug management company.    

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Facility Managers: Keep Your Building Pest Free With a Pro

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Pest infestation in a business environment may not only pose serious health issues, but can also affect employee morale – not to mention the damage it can cause to your valuable property and brand reputation. By the time you notice a cockroach, a rodent, or termites infesting your home, it may be too late. Even the sign of a single pest can indicate a much bigger problem than what you can imagine. Being a facility manager, it is your responsibility to ensure a pest-free facility that is safe and healthy.

If you manage a business, apartment complex, office building, or school, keeping it free from any kind of pest infestation can be challenging for you. Keep your building pest free with a certified professional who can suggest dedicated pest management and control plans that are created just for your needs. They have the knowledge and expertise to deliver the highest standards of professionalism and service that you can trust for effective pest removal and ensuring they do not come back again.

Why Hire a Pro for Commercial Pest Control?

Anyone who has ever seen cockroaches scurry across the office pantry or termites eating up the property know how it is to live with pests. If you ever encounter a pest problem or want to keep your building pest free, rather than trying to resolve the problem yourself, hire a professional pest control company and for good reasons.

  • A professional pest controller has vast knowledge of different kinds of pests, their inhabiting behavior, and mating habits. They are certified to perform thorough inspection of the building, looking through every creek, holes, and pipelines to identify any sort of pest infestation. They are capable of identifying the pest that has invaded the building, and likewise, offers a treatment plan that targets that exact pest. Qualified exterminators can find the source, cause of the problem, and eliminate the same to prevent future infestations.
  • When you try to control pests yourself, it can expose you and your family to various kinds of threats. Using hazardous chemicals that you are not aware of can be potentially harmful to your family, plants, and pets. When you hire a professional, he will use high-tech equipment and use the chemicals safely.
  • A do-it-yourself approach to pest control can be time consuming and overwhelming. Moreover, when it is about managing the entire building, it is impossible for the facility manager himself to ensure it is pest free. Leave the hard work to a pro because they have the experience to implement the extermination plan quickly and make the building pest free in a short amount of time.     
  • Qualified pest control companies provide a guarantee that their treatment plans will keep pests away from a predetermined set of time. If, during this time, the pests return, they will treat the building again at no cost. This is something no one can match. 

Right from inspection and monitoring to creating a tailored pest control plan, implementing control measures and ongoing evaluation, hiring a certified professional can go a long way in effective pest control. 

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Westchester: This Winter, Keep Your Family Safe from Pests

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As the weather turns chilling outside, you may breathe relief from the bites and stings of flying insects such as bees, flies and mosquitoes. But that does not mean your warm and cozy winter will be free from pests. You may relax thinking that the nature takes a rest during winter, but things are not always the way as they seem. Pests such as rats, mice, spiders, termites, cockroaches, bed bugs and ants may be less visible, but they do not go away completely. In fact, they continue to feed, reed and grow in the warmth and comfort inside your home.   

So, if you thought of cutting down on your costs by putting your pest control efforts to rest during winter, then you are wrong. If not exterminated timely, pest infestation can be detrimental to you and your family. It can also cause havoc to your valuable property if left untreated. Keep your family and home safe from pests this winter with effective pest control measures.

Discussed here are some valuable tips to keep pests at ay during the cold months.

  • Store food properly and safely: According to an estimate, rodents invade an average of 21 million homes in the United States every winter, carrying with them all kinds of nasty diseases. Adding to these little punks, do not forget the wicked cockroaches who love to feed and breed amidst the warmth and coziness of your kitchen. Be it rodents or cockroaches, their major attraction are food items left here and there. Stop these malicious pests from invading your home this winter by storing food safely in plastic air-tight containers rather than paper or cardboard boxes. Plastic containers are hard to chew through, and also help retain the freshness of the food for a longer period of time.   
  • Close up all holes and cracks: Before winter comes, seal up all gaps, holes and cracks in the walls. Inspect the areas where pipelines and utilities enter your home. Mice can easily get through holes as small as a quarter. Replace all weather stripping and loose mortar around the windows and basement foundation.      
  • Keep your home clean inside out: A cluttered home is the ideal home for pests. This winter, make your home more organized, clean and tidy to keep harmful pests away. This is also true for the outside of your home. Keep the front and backyard, patio and garage area clean, and free from trash. Garage ins are treasure troves for pests like rats and raccoons, who often leave over scrapes of food. Prevent this by sealing your garage in air-tight plastic cans. Regularly empty the ins to stop pest infestation.   
  • Use mesh screens: Mesh screens on doors and windows can prevent pests such as flies, bugs and other insects from getting inside your home easily. At the same time, they keep your home well ventilated when needed.
  • Hire a professional: If you are worried about the safety of your home and family, it is advisable to seek help from a professional pest control company. They have the experience and knowledge to perform thorough inspection of your property, and put tailored pest extermination and preventive measures in action.

Get professional help for effective pest control, and enjoy the winter with your family with complete peace of mind. 

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New York City: Tips for Keeping Your Restaurant Pest Free

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Restaurant NYC

The dangers and damage that pests can bring to a restaurant can be overwhelming. Food business owners and restaurant managers know the implications of having a pest-infested establishment. Not only it impacts the reputation of the business, but can also bring several legal hassles on the way. Luckily, there are ways of keeping your restaurant pest free, ensuring safety and wellbeing of all, and maintaining quality business standards.

Discussed here are some important tips to ensure that your restaurant remains pest free and safe.

1. Inspection

Thorough inspection is one of the most vital steps to ensure effective pest control. You can seek help of a professional pest control company to make sure that your restaurant premises are inspected in a meticulous manner. Only a pest control expert knows well what and where to look for when conducting pest inspection. Look into every crack, corner, and crevices in your foundation, and check with all vents, pipes, and openings that can be a source of infestation.

A certified pest control technician will perform inspection and monitoring of both the interior and exterior of the premises including the kitchen, restaurant entrances, benches, trash cans, utility rooms, bar and patio, loading stocks, janitorial areas, landscaped areas, elevators and stairs, and eaves.

2. Stop Entryways

Post-inspection, make sure that the restaurant building does not have any gaps, holes, or cracks that may be the entryway for various kinds of pests such as rodents, cockroaches, etc. Caulk all small holes and cracks within the walls. Apply high-quality weather-stripping to doors and windows that do not fit properly into their frames. Add sealed fittings around the pipes and vents that enter the restaurant premises from the outside. This is an important step to prevent pest infestation in your restaurant.         

3. Ensure Excellent Storage System       

When you store ingredients and groceries improperly, it not only affects the quality of food but also attracts pests. Make sure that all foods are covered properly and neatly stored in the freezer or the refrigerator. Foods that can be kept at room temperature should be organized well and stored safely in bins or storage racks.

Do not place things anywhere and everywhere. Implement a well-organized storage system where foods with a closer expiry date are accessible first. Rotten, expired foods are the first to be infested by the pests.

4. Keep the Kitchen Dry and Clean

Restaurant kitchen is most prone to pest infestation. The kitchen experiences frequent spills, food leftovers, and a lot of humidity that may attract pest of all kinds to hydrate and mate. To prevent this, make sure that your kitchen is well ventilated. Clean all spills and leftovers as soon as possible. Fix pipeline or faucet leaks at the earliest. Clean the garbage bins daily. Keep the kitchen and storage area as dry as possible for effective pest control.

5. Hire a Professional Pest Control Company

Whether or not your restaurant is pest infested, it is vital to seek expert guidance of a professional pest control company. They will inspect your commercial property thoroughly, and suggest or perform all necessary preventive measures. For a pest infested restaurant, they ensure effective pest control, management, and removal without hampering your business in any way. They also ensure that pests do not come back again.

When your restaurant needs green treatment for pest control, follow the above tips and remain pest-free. 

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5 Effective Ways to Prevent Pests This School Year

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School Bus

Dealing with pests can be a tricky problem in a place like Westchester. It has become very important to take necessary preventive measures in order to avoid any sort of harm that pests can inflict. Improperly managed pest problems and improper pesticide use can lead to health risks in school going children. Many schools have environmental conditions conducive to pest infestations which help in reducing unnecessary exposures to pests.

This results in improvement in health plus attendance, and leads to greater academic achievement for students. Any school with a healthier environment enables children to learn and participate more in the classroom. This would ultimately lead to a more productive and higher quality of life.

Children are more likely to experience adverse health effects than adults when exposed to pests or pesticides. They are more vulnerable to get in contact with pest, pathogens and pesticides. Here are the 5 effective ways in which Yonkers can prevent pests at school this year.

5 Effective Ways to Prevent Pests This School Year

1. Keep Students Well Informed

In the process of preventing pest infestations in your school, one old piece of wisdom remains as true as ever and that is- ‘an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure’.

One way in which Yonkers can stop pests is by keeping students well informed on how pests can make their way into living and learning areas. It is one of the key strategies for removing pest problems before arriving at school. Offering guided instruction on pest removal and about places where pests are most likely to be found can offer a major benefit to your pest prevention efforts in the long run.

2. Encourage Clean Student Habits

Clean living habits in dormitories and common areas can turn out to be a huge benefit to your pest control efforts. Most pests come looking for things such as food, water, and shelter. Encouraging students to keep spaces clean, free of food scraps, and organized can remove many of the temptations for pests looking to get comfortable.

3. Keep Buildings Clean and Well Maintained

Full trash receptacles can serve as a major temptation for mice, cockroaches, and other pests looking for a shelter in your campus. It is critical for school staff to keep these areas clean and clear. Keeping trash at a distance from the school building is likely to stop attracting pests. School staff and administrators should also keep the surroundings clean in order to stop pests from entering in school premises.

4. Respond Quickly to Pest Issues

While no school or educational institution wants to deal with the reputation damage caused by a pest infestation. The worst thing can be to ignore the problem, even after knowing about its consequences. Students, teachers, and other staff members should ensure that pests do not spread during any pest removal processes.

By responding quickly when students report any pest problem, one can significantly reduce the chances for such issue to grow even further. The more quickly and forcefully you respond at the start, the more swiftly the problem gets resolved in an effective and safe manner.

5. Implement Pest Prevention Strategies

Implementation of prevention strategies can also help the Yonkers in preventing pests. Some of the effective prevention strategies are:

  • Sanitation and clutter management
  • Redesigning and repairing structures
  • Establishing watering and mowing practices for lawns and sports fields

Pest prevention strategies can be incorporated into both preexisting structures and new construction designs. Using such preventive measures can reduce the need for routine pesticide applications.

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Protect Your Business This Fall from Pests

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Pest and flies are bad for business. They can cause great damage to your store, restaurant or any other business. They damage goods kept in a grocery store giving the customers an impression of filth and poor quality control. Anyone would get repulsed at the sight of rats in a restaurant and more likely would leave the place. Pest control should be done effectively to make sure that they do not tarnish your business reputation.

There are numerous companies that provide pest control service which will help you to get rid of these intruders who seek shelter in your property from the cold temperature. You can prepare yourself for the pests that might start looking for their wintering grounds in your business property. All you need to do is to follow these simple steps and keep pests away from your business.

Seal Your Home Against Insects

One of the first things business owners should consider doing is sealing all the exterior cracks in their building. Even the smallest crevices can provide an entry point for spiders, rats, and other insects into their establishment. A professional inspection is important to ensure that their premises are well sealed up. It is important to pay special attention to areas where piping or wiring enters your building.

Pay Attention to Your Refuse

Garbage attracts pest and is one of the main reason why many people  have to face pest issues. Businesses generate garbage but should avoid creating a refuse that would attract pests. Wastage of food is the primary concern here. Store all the trash in sealed receptacles in order to avoid attracting any pests. Moreover, keep the trash receptacles as far as possible from your building.

Garage and Bay Doors

Garage and bay doors are huge inviting portals to pests that are seeking shelter in the winters. Keep them closed as frequently as possible, and ensure that the joints where wall meets the door frames is properly sealed.

Natural Pest Repellants

Using a natural repellant is one of the most popular methods of pest control. The technique involves applying natural substances with repelling odor, which makes the insects and rodents run away from the treated areas. However, these repellents are not always effective for a longer period of time.  

Keep Old Sheets and Papers Away

Do you have piles of old paper, fabric, or sheets at your place? Keep them in a segregated area as these papers or sheets can provide shelter and food to a number of pests. Keep your workplace clean to avoid attracting pests.

Consult a Reputed Pest Control Company for Pest Control Service

The most important thing to keep your workplace pest free this fall is to hire a professional pest control company. They will help you by inspecting the building and nearby areas that serve as pest breeding grounds. The company will make sure that your walls, roof and interior are made pest-proof.  

Finally, remember that prevention is better than cure. So, once pests enter your workplace, it can be incredibly difficult to remove them. Follow the things mentioned above to start preparing for the fall invasion, but remember to turn to the professionals if you need help.

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