All pests can cause damage to your home or pose a risk to your health. However, not all pest infestations are obvious to the untrained eye.
This is where the trained professional at Terminix can help secure your home from vermin. Here are five reasons to consider calling the experts at Terminix to inspect your home:
1. You Just Moved In
Just because the previous owners moved out, doesn’t mean that the pests followed.
If you are just moving into a property, you should make sure that the property has been inspected for pests by a pest services professional. If you are still negotiating, you can suggest Terminix to the seller so that you are sure that your new property is pest free before you invest.
Or, if you didn’t discover the pests before closing on your new home, you can schedule an inspection and have pests removed before you get settled in.
If you notice mysteries bites showing up on your body, it may be time to schedule a pest inspection.
If you are getting bitten, it may be mosquitoes, or it may be bed bugs. On a rare occasion, it may be flees or ticks, which typically prefer animals to humans as a food source.
While mosquitos are easy to see, a bed bug infestation is nearly impossible to spot in the early states. Fortunately, Terminix professionals are trained in performing bed bug inspections and can spot and eliminate bed bugs early.
If they aren’t caught early, it can be a long process to rid yourself of bed bugs. Most DIY solutions don’t work against bed bugs, so hiring a professional is key to get rid of these pests.
3. Strange Noises
If you are hearing strange noises around your home, you should call for a pest inspection before you call the ghostbusters. An unprotected house can become a nest for a variety of animals including birds, squirrels, and raccoons. All of these can sound pretty creepy in the middle of the night.
Whats worse, they can also cause damage to your home if left unchecked. They may create nests in your attic or insulation and cause further damage to your home that will be expensive to repair.
If you are finding holes in your wood, it could be a sign of ants or termites. Termite infestations pose a risk to your home’s foundation, which is why you should investigate as soon as possible.
Foundations are expensive to repair, so it’s best to move quickly and call pest inspectors right away if you suspect termites.
5. New Endemic Pest
If you know that a new pest has just moved into your area, you should promptly call for a pest inspection to make sure that the pest hasn’t already taken up residence in your home.
As climates change over time and new animals are introduced in different habitats, new pests will follow.
Whatever your reasons for calling, Terminix can help ensure that your home is pest free. This will bring you and your family a peace of mind that is well-worth the cost.
Have you ever had a pest problem? What did you do?
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