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Keeping Your Home Totally Free Of Unwanted Pests

Cockroaches, rodents, squirrels, insects, bugs and other unwelcome visitors who invite themselves into your home are all pests. The animals are part of the natural world and their appearance in the home has no malicious intent. The truth of the matter is that even the animals we consider to be pests are all part of this natural world we call home and have every right to it. However, when it comes to invasion of privacy, they are generally not welcome in our homes. It is important to figure out how to keep these pests from coming inside. This piece will be providing some useful tricks and tips that will make it easier to stop such critters and vermins from invading your home.

If you want your home to stay pest free, you must not give the pests a reason to move in. Most are looking for shelter and something to eat. They view your home as a place were they can go to escape the elements and feed themselves. If you can make it more difficult for them to find what they need, they will not come inside as often. Cleanliness is therefore very important to this process. Wash your dishes daily, and keep all your food in the refrigerator. Dump all your trash on a daily basis and avoid always leaving cooked food on the counter. It is important that you do not leave any food sources available for them to want to come in. This way, you will be able to greatly reduce the rate and chances of pests invading your home.

Always keep your home clean, this way flies and other smaller insects will not visit. Wipe down your counters each evening before bed. Insects love sugar and sugary things, therefore, rinse out your glasses and cups and either load them into your dishwasher or wash them immediately. Keep your floors and other surfaces dry to avoid attracting pests. Be careful to address any leaks and plumbing problems as soon as possible, in order to keep water loving bugs away.

Keep all pests out by simply sealing up cracks around your home. Take care of these entryways to avoid giving insects an easy route into your home. Use a sealant or caulking on all openings to prevent pests from making a way into your home.

Keep pests out by always keeping the outside of your home tidy, neat and clean. Keep items like wood away from the foundation of your home. Make sure that your pets are always clean so as to ensure that they do not bring unwanted “friends” in to your home.

All in all, keeping pests out of your home seems like a rather daunting task and may feel like you have to do a lot; however, following these tips will help make sure that there are no unwarranted guests making themselves comfortable in your home. Simple measures such as keeping your home clean, dry and secure will stop the majority of animals from making your home their home.


A&H Pest Control, South East England

Call Us 24/7 on 020 8295 3402

Pest Control for Rats\Mice
Pest Control for Bird’s ie Pigeons

Pest Control for Wasp’s\Bee’s
Member; British Pest Control Assoc.


Managing Garden Pests To Keep It Looking Nice

Despite the fact that you will never have a completely pest-free garden, you can largely preserve the results of your labours by taking appropriate action. Creatures are a problem since they can hide under the soil, in weeds or piles of leaves. One of the earliest things you need to do is get rid of the places where the insects live. Get rid of the weeds, the old plant debris, and any decaying matter that the insects prefer live in. Excavate over spots of soil and break up any clumps on a frequent basis. By doing this subterranean bug hideouts are going to be minimised.

Noticing that holes have been completely chewed into your plants since you last saw them is quite a nasty surprise. The destruction has generally been a result of pests. Birds, slugs, and worms are many of the garden pests that are the worst, in addition to snails, caterpillars and even moles.

To keep your back garden in good shape, you will need to get rid of all of your pests as quickly as possible. The additional time they remain, the trickier they will be to get rid of. The value of your property is improved by a healthy, well looked after garden.

Pests that consume your plants and diseases that disfigure and kill them should also be suppressed with dormant spray. February or March is a good time for this, mainly because then is the dormant time frame for plants. The directions must be adhered to exactly to ensure the dormant spray is working properly. You could potentially see your total garden die on account of careless use of the spray. Bear in mind that there are also insects that benefit your garden, and these you need to keep. You will find another class of garden pest, that lives not on the ground but around the sky – birds. A bird feeder can be an effective substitute for the futile exercise of trying to scare them away. Birds typically choose a bird seed mix, which you can place in a feeder, and so doing you’ll save your garden from pecking damage. Not simply will a feeder look good, but it will also be cheaper over time.

Possessing a dog might help, but only up to a point. Typically moles can be a garden owner’s nightmare. When you have failing plants and see small heaps of pushed-up soil then you can be sure they’re around. moles can be tiny creatures, but their nuisance-ability is huge. Having a length of between five and fourteen inches, moles have small tails and are usually black, brown or occasionally white. One way of eliminating them is by trapping. To do this successfully you must detect their tunnels and choose the right position for the traps You may try setting off a smoke bomb inside the entrance to a tunnel, which could force a mole to the surface or suffocate it.

You may well need a professional if your problem is multiple pests in the house.


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