Now that winter is officially over, you might be celebrating the warmer temperatures. Warmer weather brings the opportunity for plenty of outdoor activities. However, warmer weather also brings an increased risk for pest infestations. Unfortunately, warm weather pest infestations can spoil the fun. You might not realize it, but there are a lot of pests that can invade your property once the weather warms up. Some of those pests include ants, roaches, flies, mosquitoes, and mice.
When you live in Australia, you need to take spider control seriously. After all, Australia is home to some of the most venomous spiders. That's why it's important that you keep spiders out of your home. To do so, you need to take appropriate measures to control the population in your home and in your yard. Here are some easy steps you can take to control the spider population around your home.
Nobody wants to find out that there is a wasp nest on their property. If you have children, your first instinct may be to try to kill the wasps immediately so that your kids are not at risk of stings. The mistake that some homeowners make is reaching out for insecticide under the assumption that this will kill the wasps the same way that it does mosquitoes, but you will be gravely mistaken.
Ants may seem like innocuous critters, but an infestation in your home can prove to be a nightmare. The moment that you start to notice ants marching around your home you should be alerted to a bigger problem on your hands, because these pests are foraging for food in your home. The mistake some people make is thinking that spraying insecticide on the marching ants will be the solution to their infestation, but this is a gross mistake.
Different types of spiders can infest your home. And contrary to what many homeowners may think, not all spiders are harmful. In fact, most of them are quite beneficial because they feed on other bugs that may be a nuisance in your home. However, since it can be quite hard to tell which spiders are harmful and which ones aren't, it would be a good idea to keep all kinds of spiders at bay.
Hello, my name is Frieda, and I have a small phobia of bugs and mice. As a result, I have learned everything possible about keeping these critters out of my home. As I have had all of my old pets artfully positioned by taxidermists, I have also learned niche skills such as keeping pests out of the fur of taxidermy animals. In this blog, I am going to put together the best of everything I know along with some tips from the pros. I hope you find the info you need to live a happy, healthy life in a bug and pest-free home. --Frieda