No one wants to deal with pests. It doesn't matter what time of the year, it's always a bad time for a pest infestation. Not only are pests a major nuisance and pain to get rid of but many pests are also a more serious threat to the health and safety of your Colorado home and family.
When people first consider pest control they often think of pesticides and traps that are used and placed within their home, however pest management professionals are often successful in helping property owners prevent pest problems by correcting the conditions that would allow them to enter in the first place.
We have all heard the line in the classic holiday book, The Night Before Christmas: "Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse." You see, even back in the 1800's when the poem and story were originated, we knew that mice could be a problem in the home during the holiday season.
A squirrel running across the street is enough to cause many of us to nearly go off the road in an attempt to avoid them, and while in that moment we desperately want to save their little life it does not mean that we love them and want to share our home with them. Sure, squirrels are cute little critters but it is important to remember that they are still considered a pest.
Thanksgiving is the time of year for giving thanks to all that we have in our lives like our families and friends, our homes and even for all the things that make life easier and more fun. But let’s not forget about year round pest control services. Without regular inspections and treatment if necessary, what state would your home be in right now?
It’s almost time to head up to the attic in search of all your holiday decorations! But because this room in your home is not visited often, you may be surprised at what’s lurking up in the attic. The Colorado pest control pros at EnviroPest would like to warn residents that many pests including spiders, rodents and even wildlife could be trying to spend the winter in your attic.
While many Colorado residents complain of spider infestations during the summer when the insect levels are high, this does not mean that as the weather cools down spiders will vanish. In fact, some spiders may begin to move inside now to stay warm and sheltered from the colder weather of fall and winter. The common spiders found in Fort Collins and throughout Colorado are house spiders, wolf spiders, rock spiders, and black widow spiders.
They may be a common sight but do not be fooled, flies in Colorado are not a pest you want buzzing around your home. Aside from being annoying, flies can also introduce health risks into your home and expose your family members to harmful pathogens. Sure, it may seem like enough to swat them away when they are present, but this does not stop them from landing on kitchen counters and other surfaces of the home. That is why learning how to prevent flies this fall is going to be key to keeping a healthy home.
Bats are one of the many pests looking for warm shelter this fall and your home could suit their needs perfectly. In Loveland and throughout Colorado, the most common species of bats found infesting homes are little brown bats. Although the name is far from threatening, when inside of a home bats are a dangerous pest to have.