Keep them homeless
- Seal cracks and crevices where pests can get into your home.
- Get rid of stacks of newspaper, papers, bags, and cardboard boxes that make good homes for pests.
Keep them hungry
- Keep a tight lid on trash cans and empty them often.
- Store food in tightly sealed containers.
- Wipe up spills and crumbs right away.
- Clean your dirty dishes right after eating.
- Pests thrive on moisture. Keep them from getting to water by fixing leaks and not leaving dish water in the sink overnight.
Have a licensed pest control professional inspect your home and perform an initial treatment to rid your home of any existing pests.
You can expect an initial service to include a thorough inspection to identify immediate problems, and seek out possible danger spots in your kitchen, bathroom, basement, garage, woodpile, and any other commonly infested areas. Discuss with your specialist about possible treatment options.
Season after season, your home will be exposed to different types of pests -- roaches, ants, spiders, birds, and rodents will all be trying to make a home in yours. To make sure the pests you’ve so carefully eliminated don’t return, you can contract for continuing regular pest control services.