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Having Pest Issues? Start Using These Pest Control Tips Now

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When you own a home, pests are one of the most annoying things to deal with. Pests can come in a number of disguises. Pests, ranging from ants, to flies, to raccoons are just a few of them. Some, such as termites, can cause damage to your house. These are some tips and tricks to reduce any pest problems you might have.

You can utilize traps with a sticky substance to catch brown recluse spiders. These spiders are likely to hide in some deep cracks. They do need to come out in the night to look for something to eat. Place some traps along your walls and behind the furniture.

Keep insects out of your home by using a repellant spray on the perimeter of your home. Cover your home’s foundation, porch, steps and spaces near windows and doors. While you’re doing this, look for crevices and crack that could allow pests entry to your home. Use caulk or the right kind of filler to seal these areas.

To definitively learn whether you have termites, use a trained dog. A human termite inspector can only verify that about a third of your home is safe. A specially trained dog can give your home the most thorough inspection. They will notice methane gas, which can come from termites consuming the wood in your home.

Is your home infested with ants? Get rid of them by using a mixture of sugar and borax. Borax in the sugar will kill the ants. All you need is a cup of both sugar and borax and a jar. Sprinkle the mixture along the foundation and baseboards of the home.

Not matter what sort of pest problem you have, it is important that you quickly address the issue and eliminate them. Use everything you have read to come up with the most effective pest control plan possible. Keep this information in mind, and you can be rid of pests in no time.

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