Apr 082018
 

When you first run across evidence of a home pest problem, it can be troubling. There are dozens of different pests that will quickly exploit any opening into your home. No matter how clean your home is, pests can still get inside. Continue reading for information regarding common things you can do to help control the pest problems in your home.

Use steel wool to plug in openings where rodents can enter. Although rodents can chew through many different kinds of materials, this steel wool is too tough for them. Seal any opening that is over a half inch in diameter. Remember, these pests can fit through very tiny openings.

TIP! Once you eliminate fruit flies, do they seem to keep returning? Your drain may be the issue. To see if your drains are breeding grounds for fruit flies simply place plastic wrap over your drain.

Do you have many brown recluse spiders in your home? Try using sticky traps. They can hide very well and they are hard to kill with pesticides. They do come out at night to search for food. Place some traps along your walls and behind the furniture.

If you need to make doubly sure that no termites remain in your home, use a termite-sniffing dog to check for the presence of termites. Qualified humans are only able to tell you if one-third of the house is termite-free. Trained dogs are able to check all of the house. They will notice methane gas, which can come from termites consuming the wood in your home.

Fleas are a notoriously hard problem to solve. You can do a number of things to battle this problem, however. The first thing you should do is vacuum thoroughly every day. Secondly, you must spray with a good flea spray. Don’t forget to throw out the vacuum bag outside.

TIP! If you have food out it should always be sealed. All forms of insects and pests are drawn in by the smell that most foods give away.

These tips will help you get rid of pests, for good. You’re not the only one that has a pest problem at home. In fact, pests usually make their presence known, no matter what your location. Use the advice you have heard to give pests the message that they’re not welcome.

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