If you own a drive-in restaurant and for the most part your establishment has received rave reviews for the food you and your employees serve and the atmosphere that your patrons eat in, but lately several people have reached out to let you know that pigeons have been congregating near their vehicles, eliminating these pesky pests is crucial if you want to keep your customers happy and likely to continue doing business with you.
Mice look for warm places to nest in the winter months, and your garage can sometimes be the perfect spot for these tiny rodents to live in. As cold weather approaches, there are a few things you can do to prevent mice from using your garage as a place to escape the winter. Use this guide as you begin winterizing your garage against mice.
Repair Or Replace Siding
Sometimes, the siding on garages can become neglected.
When someone says "cockroach," everyone around him/her immediately cringes. What is it about these bugs that creeps everyone out? Why are they a dangerous pest? Because people have long associated this bug with the adjective, "disgusting," does that mean you have to as well? If you need further convincing before you call pest control, here are the top four reasons why cockroaches are considered pests.
They Get into, and Eat, EVERYTHING
Summer may have come and gone, but the threat of West Nile virus season isn't over quite yet. In fact, West Nile virus season usually doesn't end until closer to October, especially in warmer regions.
West Nile virus is spread through mosquito bites, and most people don't even realize they have it. In fact, it usually passes without consequences. Some people will feel like they've come down with the flu for a few days.
Colder weather is a welcome relief from high temperatures. However, it also means that pests will be looking for winter accommodations. If you are not prepared to keep them out, your business could become home to pests ranging from rats to roaches. To help you safeguard your business from pests, here are a few steps to take now.
Inspect your business. Look for entry points for pests to enter. Keep a list of any holes, openings, or unsealed pipes that could be used by pests.