Pest Control in Florida City
Most homeowners are never aware of having a pest infestation until it poses serious problems with increased populations of the pests. This could be because pests are experts in hiding and unless you are keen enough, you might not notice an infestation until it gets out of hand. The good thing is that even though they are good at hiding, they do leave clear signs and when you are keen you can tell as soon as you have pests on your property. Pest management companies like Toro Pest Management can offer solutions even with complex infestations, but early signs make it easier to manage small pest numbers before they grow in numbers.
Pest droppings – This is one of the earliest signs you might see even before you spot the pests. Most people ignore droppings they sweep or see around the house, but it can be of help to get familiar with pest droppings so you can tell what infestations you have. Eggs and cases are also good signs for pests like roaches and bedbugs.
Dead bugs – Basements and window ledges are some of the key areas to check to know whether you have any pests on your property. Pests have a lifespan and they could also die as a result of other factors such as unfavorable temperatures. If you find a good number of dead bugs of the same species on your property, then it could be because you have an infestation.
Active pests – It is the most obvious sign that you have pests on your property. Some pests are tiny and you would need to be keen to notice them, but you can’t fail rodents like rats and mice because they run around fast and they are big enough to see. A few sightings are all you need to know you are living with pests in your home or even office.
Odd sounds and smells – Some of the recognizable pests smells include a musty sweet odor from bed bugs and musty urine smell from mice as well as ammonia like urine smell from rats. If you are consistent with your house cleaning but you still can’t figure out where or what the smell in your home is all about then you most probably do have pests.
Nesting evident – This is a sign that tells of mice and rats and they use whatever they find available. You might find nests behind appliances, inside cabinets and other dark areas. Usually they shred any available paper and collect other small bits of debris to make nesting areas.
Gnaw marks and holes – If you start seeing small holes on floors, walls or other holes in and around your property, you could have a possible infestation. You might also see burrows in garbage and weedy areas. Gnaw marks on items around your house show the presence of rats because they chew up on everything they find.
Other signs you could see on the outdoors to tell you that you have a pest infestation include damaged plants and anthills.
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Broward County: Coconut Creek, Cooper City, Coral Springs, Dania Beach, Davie, Deerfield Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Hallandale Beach, Hillsboro Beach, Hollywood Florida, Lauderhill, Lauderdale Lakes, Lauderdale by the Sea, Lazy Lake, Lighthouse Point, Margate, Miramar, North Lauderdale, Oakland Park, Parkland, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Pompano Beach, Sea Ranch Lakes, Southwest Ranches, Sunrise, Tamarac, West Park, Weston and Wilton Manors .
Palm Beach County: West Palm Beach , Boca Raton , Boynton Beach , Delray Beach , Greenacres , Jupiter , Lake Worth , Palm Beach Gardens , Royal Palm Beach and Wellington .
Monroe County: Key Largo , Islamorada , Marathon and Key West.
Ants: Acrobat Ant, Allegheny Mound Ant, Argentine Ant, Big-headed Ant, Carpenter Ant, Citronella Ant, Crazy Ant, Field Ant, Fire Ant, Ghost Ant, Harvester Ant, Little Black Ant, Moisture Ant, Odorous House Ant, Pavement Ant, Pharaoh Ant, Texas Leaf Cutter Ant, Thief Ant, Velvety Tree Ant and White-footed Ant.
Cockroaches: American Cockroach, Asian Cockroach, Australian Cockroach, Brown Banded Cockroach, Cuban Cockroach, Florida Woods Cockroach, German Cockroach, Oriental Cockroach, Smoky Brown Cockroach, Surinam Cockroach and Woods Cockroach.
Spiders: Black Widow Spider , Brown Recluse Spider, Cellar Spider, Crab Spider, Domestic House Spider, Funnelweb Spider, Garden Spider, Ground Spider, Hobo Spider, House Spider, Jumping Spider, Spiny-backed Orb Weaver Spider, Tarantula, Wolf Spider and Yellow Sac Spider.
Stinging Pests: Africanized Honeybee, American Dog Tick, Bald-faced Hornet, Bed Bugs, Bird Lice, Bird Mite, Deer Tick, Brown Dog Tick, Bumblebee, Carpenter Bee, Cat Flea, European Hornet, Fire Ant, Honeybee, Human Head Lice, Kissing Bug, Lone Star Tick, Paper Wasp, Scorpion, Soft Tick, Thrips and Yellow Jacket.
Ticks and Mites: American Dog Tick, Bird Mite, Black-legged Tick, Brown Dog Tick, Clover Mite, Lone Star Tick and Soft Tick.
Other Pests: American Spider Beetle, Bean Weevil, Cigarette Beetle, Cowpea Weevil, Dried Fruit Beetle, Drugstore Beetle, Foreign Grain Beetles, Indian Meal Moth, Larder Beetle, Mediterranean Flour Moth, Red or Confused Flour Beetle, Rice & Granary Weevils, Sawtoothed & Merchant, Grain Beetles, Shiny Spider Beetle, Cabinet Beetles, Centipedes & Millipedes, Chinch Bugs and Earwigs.