Eradicate Pests in the Cobb County
Thanks to the relatively warm and wet climate of Fairhope and surrounding areas in summer, many kinds of pests are able to thrive. Even the winters are not really cold enough to rid of all pests in Fairhope. We often deal with roaches, bugs, fleas, yellow jackets, termites, ants, mosquitoes, flies, spiders, rats, and bees. The worst of these are the kind that invades homes and flourish, enjoying the warmth and shelter of your house or shed, even in the coldest winter.
How to Prevent Common Fairhope Pests
Having determined the specific troublemakers, it is now time to take action. Eliminating the conditions that these pests favor is the first key step to solving the problem. Stagnant water, for instance, attracts flies and mosquitos while uncovered fruits, vegetables, and other foods draw mealy flies.
Keeping rooms spotlessly clean discourages the growth of molds and other microorganisms from thriving, which are incidentally feed for larger insects like cockroaches. Breadcrumbs and other food remains in the kitchen provide rats with all the nourishment they need for the day. It is, therefore, necessary to maintain high cleanliness to avoid infestation. This is one of the easiest methods of pest prevention.
Deny access to and hideouts within your living space by sealing off cracks in walls, floors, windows, and doors. This and removing clutter like stacks of old newspapers deny the vermin hiding places and remove the eggs they may have laid. Vacuuming these areas might help but remember to seal off the cleaner’s bag in a plastic bag to prevent them from escaping.