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How To Prevent Fall & Winter Pest Infestations In Phoenix

February 05, 2010

Pests can be just as bad in the winter as they are in the summer, as any Phoenix resident will tell you. The key to preventing winter pests from infesting your home is to learn what to expect and fight back. With help from Phoenix pest control experts and a bit of effort on your part, keeping a pest-free home year-round is simple.

Common Winter Pests In Phoenix

Mice, rats, and moles are not specific to the winter season, but they are often seen in homes more often as they come inside, seeking warmth from the cooler temperatures. Remain vigilant about blocking entrances into the home and keeping the place clean to lessen the risks of an infestation.

Cockroaches also cause their share of a nuisance to Phoenix homes during the cooler winter months. In just one month, a female cockroach can lay more than 1,000 eggs. It is easy to understand how a cockroach infestation occurs so quickly. Call a professional pest control company at the first sign of a roach problem in your home. Where there is one roach, there are 100 more somewhere close.

How To Prevent Winter Pests

Preventing pests from infesting your home is easier when professional pest control service is a part of your maintenance plan. Call an expert out for an inspection if you suspect an infestation. Or, schedule regular pest control service, which reduces the odds of an infestation at your Phoenix home.

Seal windows and doors and, as mentioned above, inspect the home for any holes or other entrances that may allow mice and other rodents to come inside the home. Keep your home clean, especially the floors. Even a small crumb of food can attract pests from lying away.

If you need year-round home pest control services and Pest Control Prevention spraying every month or bimonthly, contact our Phoenix pest control experts at ACTION Termite & Pest Control.