Pest Control in Golden Beach
When you notice pests in your property, it is okay to first think about a quick fix to get rid of them. However, it is also just as important to think about situations within your property that have led to the breeding of the pests in or around your property. Toro Pest Management company offers pest control solutions that will give you peace of mind and the pest experts can also help you identify problematic areas that are encouraging the infestations and how to deal with them to keep the pests off your property. Below are some of the most common problems that could be giving way to pests into your Golden Beach Property.
Shrubs and trees – They become problematic, especially when touching on the roof or house siding because rodents and ants love using the branches to avoid treatments. The rats and other rodents will also use these to gain access to home areas. When they touch on your siding, they encourage moisture retention and rot process is encouraged thus inviting pests. It would be helpful to cut back any vegetation away from your home.
Soil and mulch – When the soil around your house makes contact to the siding, it invites pests such as moisture ants and carpenter ants and in some areas even termites. Mulch that is graded towards your home is also a culprit in causing decay to the siding and it could also flood crawl spaces or basement. Dig and grade any mulch and soil away from the house to discourage the accumulation of water.
Firewood/items – Storing firewood or other items lying against your house also creates harborage areas for a variety of insects. Carpenter ants are some of the pests the situation will encourage because they move into the walls on which you have stacked the items against. It is best that you store stacked items away from your home.
Gaps – Gaps around your doors, windows, crawl spaces and even foundation vent screens could all offer easy access to the pests into your home. Missing vents also make it easy for pests like rats, bats and birds to access your home. A good fix to the problem would be to have these gaps sealed out and to have any missing screens replaced or installed to make it harder for the pests to access your property.
Garbage – Garbage that is not well-managed will make food readily available to the pests and they definitely will make your property their home. It is important that you ensure proper management is done even for garbage that you choose to recycle and reuse on your property. Disposal services should be reliable and you should also ensure that you have the right garbage equipment to help you store away what you do not need until collection is done. It also helps to keep the bins clean after with every emptying.
Disconnected downspouts and gutters that are plugged with debris also pose pest risks on your property. Clean up, do repairs and inspect your property on a regular basis.