pest control

Pest Control: You Don’t Need Pests

Have you got creepy things crawling around your house after you’ve gone to bed? Do you hear unexplainable sounds bumping around the walls and your ceiling? Pest control is important for owners and renters since these issues don’t go way by not doing anything. To learn how to tackle a pest problem, read the advice presented here. Get rid of them for good.

All food should be carefully stored away in sealed containers when not in use. The scent that comes from your food can attract all different types of pests. You don’t need to provide pests with something they like. Be sure to keep trashcans emptied, as well. Pests also like the smell of trash.

Because bedbugs hide in secluded areas, they are tough to eradicate. Prior to taking extermination efforts, be sure to seal obvious holes. This will not only trap the bed bugs from escaping back into your bed, it will also prevent them from hiding there in the future.

Is your home infested with ants? A simple combination of borax and sugar will eradicate them. While the smell of sugar will attract them, the borax will kill them. All you need is a cup of both sugar and borax and a jar. Make some holes in the jar so you can sprinkle the mixture where you have seen pest.

If you are getting rodents around the house, do not plant trees close to your house. This makes an easy way for these rodents to climb up and enter your home using the attic or roof. A good rule of thumb is to plant trees no less than 15 feet from the edge of your house.

Whether you rent or you’re the owner, you don’t want any bugs. Make use of the knowledge provided above in order to permanently eliminate these pesky creatures. Eliminate the problem of flicking on lights during the night and seeing a scurrying hoard of vermin.

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