When Should I Pest Proof My Home? - Bill's Home Service Company


When Should I Pest Proof My Home?

As a homeowner, you do all that you can to keep your home safe, clean and comfortable for you and your loved ones. It’s a lot of work to keep up with all the daily chores, your family’s schedules and the routine maintenance of keeping up with a house. Unfortunately, part of maintaining the home involves pest proofing it. Pests can cause a lot of damage, both to your home as well as the wellbeing of your family. Are you wondering when you should pest-proof your home? Keep reading to learn more. 

When to Pest Proof Your Home

Pest proofing your home is something that you need to start immediately. It’s something that you will need to keep up with continually as well. Pests will always try to enter into your home in any way possible, so it is important to keep up with your home to make sure that it is protected from pests. There are many ways in which you can practically pest-proof your home besides having your home inspected by a professional pest control company.  

Repair All Damages

Ensuring that all repairs are kept up in your home can prevent pests from entering inside. When holes are repaired, gaps are sealed and leaks are fixed, it is difficult for pests to find a way inside. Consider that they will find any way to enter in, including through your basement, underneath doorways or cracks in your windows. This is why it is essential to keep up with damages in your home.

Keep Your Home Clean

Crumbs will attract many pests into your home. So will stagnant water, greasy messes and sticky sweet spills. Even clutter attracts pests as it provides plenty of spaces for them to hide and nest. All pests are looking for food, water and a warm place to nest. If your home contains an open-source of food, water or hiding places then you are unknowingly welcoming them into your home. 

Keep Your Yard Tidy

Much like a messy home, a messy yard can also attract pests as it provides a great place to nest. Unkempt bushes, trees or gardens can provide homes for unwanted pests. They can also lead pests to find ways into your home as well. 

If your home is overrun with pests, don’t handle it on your own. Contact the pest control professionals at Bill’s Home Service Company for an appointment. 

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