Aug 082017
 

If you own your home, you might hate pests. There are many kinds of pests you may have. They can be ants, flies or rodents. They can even sometimes cause damage to your house. Get rid of your pests by following the guidelines below.

Plug holes that mice or other pests can enter with steel wool. Although rodents can gnaw through a lot of different materials, they are not strong enough to chew the metal strands from steel wool. If there is an opening larger than one-half inch, you should fill it. These rodents can come through small areas.

Fruit Flies

Are you getting fruit flies even after you’ve eliminated them? Your drain may be the issue. Make sure that you wrap your drain to the best of your ability with plastic. If they do, pour some boiling water down your drain and give it a good scrub. This should rid your drains of fruit flies.

A perimeter spray will discourage pests from getting too close to your home. Spray your foundation too, as well as areas near windows and doors, steps, and porches. Watch for cracks as you spray. Use caulk or something similar to seal these areas.

TIP! Are you having recurring problems with fruit flies, even after you have eliminated them? The issue may be your drain. Tape over it with some plastic wrap for a couple of days and look for any fruit flies that may pop up.

Make certain to put food away securely after serving. Pests are always looking for food, and if they can smell it, they will be drawn to it. Take the trash out when it’s full. Pests love the smell of your garbage.

Inspect your home for standing water which may be in hidden areas. Standing water is one of the biggest attractants for pests. Search for leaky pipes and make sure your plants’ trays are clean. Pests need water, so cutting off their supply will make your home less inviting.

Regardless of the type of pest involved, you need to take action right away. Using these tips, you can better control them. Don’t forget the advice presented here, and you’ll be pest free in no time.

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