It is that time of year again. Flowers are blooming and those bugs are returning to claim their stake on your home and lawn. Common pests that tend to come out during the spring months are ants, spiders, and those busy, buzzing bees. Now is the time to start treatment for Home Pest Control FL. Bates Exterminating has been servicing the the Florida area since 1978. We are here to help you stay one step ahead of springtime pests.
In addition to outdoors insects, Florida residents are often visited by carpenter ants and wasps during the spring season. Wasps are insects that tend to sting when they feel threatened or attacked. For this reason, it is not suggested to knock down a wasp nest on your own. If you are not aware of an allergen you may have to wasps, you may be putting yourself in a dangerous situation. Leave wasp nest removals to the professionals. As far as carpenter ants, it may seem easy to kill them with household insect killing products. But, if you have pets or children you may be putting them in harms way every time you spray chemicals in the air. You can save time and money by finding quality professionals experienced in home pest control. By treating the ant colony on the outside of your home, the ants are barred from entering your home and you avoid filling the house with unnecessary chemicals. Don’t spend your days and nights stepping on ants, knocking down wasp nests, and spraying cans of chemicals. Consult a professional experienced in Home Pest Control FL.
If you are an active dog owner that enjoys brisk walks and runs with your pet, you must be cautious of fleas. A veterinarian can treat your dog, but a pest control professional is the right method to be used to treat your home. Taking the professional route ensures the safety of yourself, children, and any other individual that may be living in the home. Each season brings about a change in nature, scenery, and a new array of unwanted pests.
As the seasons change you should consult Bates Exterminating professional to effectively create a barrier between your home and the pests seeking the cozy temperature and food supply that your house brings.