Do your run or manage a business or commercial building? There are lots of areas that need to have your attention to keep the building running the way it should. One area that should not be overlooked is the pest control needs of the office or building. You want to be sure that your employees as well as your customers and clients feel safe when they are at the building. One way to do that is to make sure that you have pests under control around your home. Pests are a problem even in these businesses and the pests seem to hide out in some areas that you may not have considered.
Pests are a real pain for any kind of a home but those people that make sure they keep their home extremely clean can feel it the worst. There is an assumption that you don’t need to hire a pest control company if you have a nice clean house. You may assume that you don’t have any food left out for a pests to come in and feed on. There is more that pests are looking for than just food and that is why even a home that is clean can be subject to pest infestations. Dealing with pests under any circumstance is not fun so you really need to know what all could be driving pests to your home specifically.
There are several animals and even some insects that hibernate during the winter. If you suspect that you have a termite problem, you may be wondering if the problem will take care of itself during the cold months of winter. Unfortunately, just because temperatures are cooling off, doesn’t mean you should let your guard down when it comes to termite infestations. Eagle Pest Services is here to talk about what to expect from termites during the winter months.
Reprieve from high temperatures is welcomed with open arms in most cases. That feeling when you walk outside in the early morning and can feel the crisp air on your face, is a sure sign of fall coming soon. With temperatures dropping, you need to start thinking about safeguarding your home against pests that might be seeking refuge from low temperatures; mice in particular. Eagle Pest Services would like to share some ways to prepare your home for cooler temperatures and help you avoid mice making nests in your house.