Just because over the next few months the earth is covered in icy snow, doesn’t mean you don’t need to be vigilant in pest control. There are several pests that are still a nuisance during the coldest months of the year. Eagle Pest Services is here to share some reasons that you need pest control services even during the winter months.
‘Tis the season of travel. Between now and Christmas people will be traveling all over the world to visit loved ones and enjoy the holiday season. Just because it is cold outside, doesn’t mean you can let your guard down against one pest, bed bugs. With heightened travel, you need to be aware now more than ever of bed bugs infestations. Eagle Pest Services is here to help you avoid bed bug infestations this holiday season.
Now that the winter season is here, it is a common misconception that most of your pest problems are over and where there is way less insect activity, this may seem true. However this is not the case. The worse pest season is March through November but the danger is not truly over, especially when it comes to the most destructive pest - the Termite. Termites are active 24/7 and 365 days a year. Eagle Pest Services would like to explain how termites get into your home during the holiday season and how your home might be vulnerable to an impending invasion. Termites are wood destroying insects that cause an extreme amount of damage to a single home. Signs of termite activity is hidden and most of the time we don’t know see them until the damage they incur is far too late for us to fix. That is why it is important to be aware of the threat of bringing these pests right into your home.
Avoid Bringing Bugs in with Your Live Christmas Tree
The holidays are here and children everywhere couldn’t be more thrilled about that little fact. Lists are being made for Santa Claus and the halls are decked. As you deck the halls this Christmas season, it will most likely include a Christmas tree. If you have chosen a live Christmas tree, you may not have realized that it might be home to several pests. Eagle Pest Services is here to talk about what insects you might find in your live Christmas tree and how to avoid bringing them into your house.