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Dear Pest Sufferer,
Is your home being taken over by bed bugs, termites, ants or any other pests?
Here are the 3 Most Effective Pest Control Methods
No one likes pests. That’s why they are called pests. Unfortunately, pests come in such a wide variety of forms that it can seem nearly impossible to rid your space of pests, especially if you don’t know where to begin. You will be pleased to know that there are some simple things you can do to prevent pest problems and to get existing pest problems under control. Want to know how? Here are the three most effective pest control methods:
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Prevention. In order to prevent pest infestations, you must first determine which pests you wish to protect your home against. You need to understand their breeding cycles, what they feed on, which environments they thrive in, and how they go about entering a home.
Once you have armed yourself with that necessary knowledge, you can go ahead with the prevention process. Prevention is a simple concept, but it takes some thought and effort.
First, you must cut off all points of entry. Depending on the pest, this could mean applying weather stripping to doors, caulking cracks and crevices in the wall, and/or sealing gaps in window openings.
Next, you must ensure that you aren’t providing a food source for pests. Again, do your research here. Lastly, your home environment should not be conducive to pest breeding. For example, many pests thrive in warm, damp areas; therefore, you should eliminate that type of environment in your home.
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Baiting. No matter what pest you are trying to get rid of, there is bait for that, and you can buy pest baits at almost any hardware, home improvement, or chain retail department store. The concept of baiting is simple: you put out the poison that smells and tastes good to pests.
The pests come in for a feast, bringing leftovers back to the entire colony. The colony eats up, and eventually, every critter in the group is poisoned dead. Grim? Maybe. Effective? Yes.
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Fumigation. This is another product that you can purchase at just about any major store near you. Fumigation is the process of releasing a noxious substance in the air, in order to kill every pest that breathes in that air. Fumigating is super simple, but you must be able to completely close off the space that you will be fumigated in order to make it air tight . . . and you must stay away for a length of several hours (or, whatever the manufacturer recommends).
You can use these techniques for pest control in your home, or you may contact competent professionals like us.
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What is pest control
Pest control or extermination is the protocols or controlling a species considered a nuisance, a pest is any wildlife or insect that impacts detrimentally on human daily activities.
The human resolution is based on the effect of the destruction completed and will cover from tolerance, all the way through deterrence and handling, to attempts to fully eradicate the pest. Pest elimination actions can be carried out as a part of an combined pest management plan.
In residential homes, businesses and city settings, the pest infestations are the rodents, species of birds, insects as well as other creatures that share the place with people, which in turn eat and damage property. Control over these kinds of unwanted pests is attempted through exclusion, repulsion, actual physical extraction or chemical like methods.
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For the DIY man or women, you are usually likely to get away with several cans of insecticide or other products from the community big box store to completely eliminate any pest problems.
Even though For the DIY man or women, you may be likely to get away with a couple of cans of insecticide or other products from the local home depot to wipe out ones pest issues. Although there are many pest control management supplies offered over-the-counter, it gets to be the best choice to seek the services of a pest control pro to deal with your residence on a frequent basis. The vast majority of over-the-counter supplies get rid of a single one pest, whereas our pest control management package is all-encompassing.
Normal extermination prices in the industry vary from on the low-cost end of $50 to $500 +/- with an average pest treatment of approximately between $125 and $250. Needless to say, this represents the usual amount of infestation. Even more serious issues and larger apartments raises fees. But nonetheless, for more really serious infestations or very big residences, it is preferable to get a quote for knowledgeable pest control management for a proper fee.
You might be greatly surprised to find out the rates are more desirable instead of being unable to clear away the infestations. Once the infestation is taken care of, you may be advised to follow a monthly maintenance program to keep the pesky pests at bay. Monthly pest control programs costs typically are between $50 and $ 75. The reason for the reduced fee is because pest prevention is much less intensive than eradicating the initial infestation. All monthly services are guaranteed, so if there are problems in between treatments, we will re-treat at no additional cost. bug elimination supplies you can get over the counter, it would be easier to outsource to a pest control specialist to address your premises regularly. The majority over-the-counter goods take care of a single one pest, when in fact our pest management system is complete.
Standard extermination rates on the market do range from on the minimum end of $50 to $500 +/- with a typical pest treatment of around between $125 and $250. Be reminded that, this depicts the typical level of infestation. More substantial problems and sizeable apartments also increases price level.
Even so, for even more major infestations or substantial residential properties, it is best to acquire a quotation for expert pest management for a detailed amount. You might be greatly surprised to discover the fees are far better in comparison with not able to remove the pest infestations.
Once the infestation is resolved, you may well be encouraged to comply with a month to month routine maintenance plan to always keep the bothersome pests in control. Month-to-month pest control programs prices commonly are between $50 and $75.
The reason for the smaller fee is because pest deterrence is going to be less demanding compared with taking away the preliminary infestation. All recurring expert services are guaranteed, so in the case you will find issues in between treatment methods, we will re-treat at zero extra cost.
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Borax is a great insect poison. If you have roaches in the house, sprinkle it where you know they hang out (and where you know children and/or animals won’t be playing). For ants, mix borax with sugar and sprinkle the mixture around the perimeter of your foundation. The sugar will attract the ants, and the borax will poison them.
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Pests need food to survive. What’s more is that they are often invited into your home by the pleasant scent of food. Make sure there are no food sources that can attract pests in your home.
I hate those things! Little black pests that fly around your head. And, there is never just one of them. They go up your nose, in your ears and even wind up as a protein late lunch for those of us unfortunate enough to swallow a big mouthful.
These pests are found throughout the world, even in the arctic. They are flies but as they are so small not often thought of in that manner. They go by a number of different names including midges, no-see-ums, buffalo gnats, fungus gnat, vinegar gnat, fruit flies, eye gnats, black gnat and punkys. Gnats are found both in your yard and in your home. They like warm and moist places just like mosquitos, so it's important to rid your home and yard of their breeding grounds. While most gnats are just plain bothersome, some gnats bite. Also similar to mosquitos, it's the female gnat that bites and utilizes the blood to grow their eggs. Male gnats are the ones that swarm in a mating dance around your noggin. The swarm usually assembles at dusk and is called a ghost.
Outdoors, you can limit mulch piles and standing water. Make sure you tip over any flower pots or children's toys. Get rid of standing water in gutters and hollows in trees. While all these things will help eliminate the annoying swarms, it is not a cure all as there is no way to effectively plant life.
The best way to treat your yard for gnats is to hire a pest control professional. Many of the same techniques that they use to barrier spray your yard of ticks and mosquitos can be utilized to get rid of gnats in your yard. Barrier spray treatments can prove to be an effective technique.
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Don’t forget that not all pests are insects. Rodents are common pests, and you can go a long way in controlling them by setting traps in all those dark hideouts where rodents can be found.
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Remember that most pests thrive in dank environments. Go through your home and do your best to make sure you’re not hosting a pest hot-spot. Every space, even those you don’t see on a day-to-day basis, should have ample ventilation and should be free of standing water.
A woman mowing her grass was killed when she mowed over an underground wasp nest. A gardener lost consciousness from multiple stings when weed pulling disturbed an underground bee nest. Another person suffered permanent scars from vicious hornet stings while cleaning up discarded lumber that hid a nest. Because they are most often seen flying through the air, most people don't look down when they hear buzzing insects; but a large number of bee and wasp species build their nests underground or under debris lying on the ground.
Like the three real-life examples above taken from GardenWeb.com, Internet gardening forums are peppered with reports of bees, wasps and hornets attacking viciously from underground nests. Quite a few bee and wasp species build their nests underground and several species, taking advantage of the shelter provided by ground surface debris, build their nests under stray boards, loose slabs of rock or in wood piles. Underground bees have even been known to build nests in undisturbed compost piles.
There are several solitary species of bees and wasps, those that live singly, that nest underfoot. Mud daubers and potter wasps build their single-celled, ground-level nests in wet areas near ponds, poorly drained yards or near dripping outdoor faucets. Digger bees, digger wasps and cicada killer wasps dig single burrows several inches deep into dry or sandy ground. Mammoth 2-inch long cicada killers have a particular affinity for nesting in sand traps which can make them a problem on golf courses. Several solitary bee species, including cicada killers and halictid (sweat) bees nest in groups, locating their individual burrows close together. However, solitary bee and wasp species are relatively docile and not particularly defensive of their nests. They pose only a limited problem to humans, rarely stinging unless stepped on; but their habit of nesting near areas occupied by humans can create occasional problems for gardeners, landscape workers, golfers or barefoot children.
The internet offers a number of "home cures" for the elimination of ground bees and wasps. Most of these do-it-yourself pest control techniques are of questionable effectiveness, can be detrimental to landscape plantings, and carry a high element of risk to the home owner's health and safety. Seldom does a home owner escape without multiple stings when trying to eliminate an underground bee or wasp nest. Until a nest is eliminated and dug up, there is no way to know how large the colony is or how many exit holes the nest contains. Ground nests always have multiple exits. Bees and wasps can easily attack from a secondary exit while a home owner is attempting to treat the primary nest entrance. The elimination of ground bees and wasps should be handled by licensed pest control experts who have the requisite knowledge, safety gear and pest control products and equipment to safely and effectively eliminate dangerous stinging pests.
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If you find that your home is already host to a pest colony, then you can take some do-it-yourself measures to rid your home of the pests by baiting them. Simply purchase the appropriate bait at any local hardware store and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
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The most common cause of mosquito infestation is standing water outside. This could be anything from the kiddie pool behind the house to that tiny puddle of water in your driveway. Any water that has been sitting for a long period of time in a mosquito zone will become a mosquito breeding ground at one point or another. Investigate your yard for culprits and clean them up immediately.
Here in Indiana our wind chill temperatures measured below zero degrees the last two nights.
It's dangerous to go outside when the wind is blowing hard enough to make the air feel that cold. When you do venture out you'll want three or more layers of warm clothing for protection.
If you're like me you really want to stay inside and hibernate until temperatures climb back to more agreeable levels.
We're not the only creatures that search for heat this time of year. Think about that little mouse that lives in your back yard all summer. She digs tunnels in the ground, hollows out a little burrow to live in, and gives birth to litters of baby mice all summer long.
Come cold weather do you think she thinks about how nice she'll have it spending the winter curled up in that hole in the ground? Or do you think maybe her eye is on your house, and all that wonderful warmth you'll provide for her over the next few months?
Oh, and do you think when she moves in she'll just pack up her belongings, and make the re-location alone? Not a chance. She's bringing her whole family with her, and they'll make nests all through the walls of your home.
That's rare, and I don't believe one glue board will trap more than one adult mouse easily, but glue boards do work. The downside is that they're usually only good for a single use.
Mechanical traps work too. Some designs only allow one use, but many are reusable which makes them cost effective.
A sure way of eliminating a rodent infestation is using poison baits. They work extremely well. You must keep them out of the reach of children and pets, and be prepared for the stink.
When a mouse eats the poison, dies inside your wall and starts rotting, it's going to smell bad for up to a week. If your rodent population is large they won't all die on the same day, which means the smell of one mouse dying today takes over from the smell of the mouse that died yesterday. The stink might last a long time.
That cold weather promises the possibility of invasion by mice. If you don't have children, and you're hearing the pitter-patter of tiny feet, start looking for those "calling cards."
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