There are many different types of insects and wildlife that call New England home. The seasonal changes that New England is famous for may cause these insects and wildlife to seek shelter in homes, sheds, and garages. When insects and wildlife find their way indoors, they can threaten the health of residents and cause damage to furniture and structures. Bain Pest Control has been trusted for four generations to take care of New England residential pest control needs because we are simply the best at what we do.
New England Pest Services
Bain Pest Control uses green practices to control and eliminate residential infestations of pests such as:
- Bees and wasps
- Rats and mice
- Stink bugs
Changing Needs of the New England Seasons
As the seasons change, so do pest control needs. This is why it is so important for homeowners and residents to invest in continuous pest control services. Any break in services and treatment can allow pests to gain the stronghold that they need to cause an infestation. Understanding the differing pest control needs between seasons is one of the most important aspects of New England residential pest control.
Bugs and rodents want a warm, cozy place to stay in the winter. Many “overwinter” or go into a hibernation state during the winter that allows them to live without food or water until conditions are more favorable. Homeowners may have no idea that there is an infestation in the works until the spring, unless a qualified pest control professional evaluates and treats the home.
In the spring, birds roost and other pests begin to come out of the woodwork. If a residence has been treated for pests, residents simply have to keep pests out by taking steps such as clearing debris in the yard and making sure that the home is sealed. If a residence has not been treated, residents may have to fumigate or seek proactive pest control to rid the home of unwanted pests.
Ants, termites, and stinging insects form their colonies through the summer, posing a threat to the structures, residents, and pantries of untreated homes. Mosquitoes and fleas also breed and take over yards and venture into homes. Yard treatment becomes more imperative to New England residential pest control throughout the summer.
Fall is a time of winter preparation for many different types of pests, in which shelter is sought and nesting begins. It is a good time for residents to go through old boxes and areas of low traffic, so that pests are eliminated before the winter begins. Indoor infestation prevention becomes a priority in the fall.