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Protect Your Home With Pest Control Services From Carlsbad’s Best Exterminator April 15, 2016

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Protect Your Home With Pest Control Services From Carlsbad’s Best Exterminator, Carlsbad, New Mexico

Spring is almost here, bringing showers, flowers, and well, pests. Warm weather brings the little critters out of hiding and right into your home. Not to worry, though: There are a number of preventative measures you can take to protect your space. The expert exterminators at Bug Pros Pest Control in Carlsbad, NM, refer to it as preventative pest control and have some tips to share with current and potential clients. 

These pest control services experts know that thinking about the entire house at once can be overwhelming, so it’s best to focus on individual rooms: 

  • Start Pest Proofing In The Kitchen: Pests really enjoy your food, so the kitchen is a popular place for insects. The most common include ants, cockroaches, and moths, so if you see some crawling around, take it seriously. If there’s one, there’s probably more, and these buggers not only spread bacteria, but they can contaminate your food. Carlsbad's best pest control services providers suggest storing all food in airtight containers, mopping up any spills, and emptying the trash on a regular basis.
  • Check Your Closets & Bathrooms: Doing a little cleaning for spring? You may notice moths or tiny holes in certain fabrics like silk, wool, or cotton. In the bathroom, fast little slivers of silverfish can dart past you, and if left to their own devices, they will end up damaging your clothing and paper products, like books. Exterminators advise washing winter clothing before storing it and finding a dehumidifier to handle damp conditions in your home. In the bathroom, make sure the pipes are sealed and that wet materials like towels or bath mats are fully dry.
  • Pests Love Your Living Room: Commons areas like living rooms can be the perfect spot for fleas and ticks to hide, especially if you have pets who run around outside. Crumbs and little pieces of food are perfect fodder for mice, and these rodents will then hide in the floorboards and under pieces of furniture. The pest control services providers at Bug Pro's Pest Control tell clients to vacuum often and keep up on pet grooming.

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  • Protect Your Garage: All the old, dusty boxes with equipment and extra furniture are the perfect shelters for little critters like squirrels, mice, and other rodents. It’s best to check the garage for signs of droppings or tiny nests. If you see anything, call a pest control services provider. The best way to prevent these rodents from coming back is to use garbage bags or other airtight containers to store your items.

If you notice any little critters running around certain parts of your home or in a specific room, it’s time to call an exterminator. Bug Pros Pest Control can provide home or commercial pest control services, including wasp removal and rodent control. To make an appointment for a home inspection, call (575) 361-5356 or visit the website for more information. 

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