Spring is the time when Minnesotan’s finally start to see the end of winter’s harshness. The warm sun replaces snow clouds, birds return, blossoms form on tree branches, and residents emerge from the shelter of their homes to enjoy the warmth. Unfortunately, humans aren’t the only creatures responding to spring’s signals. Bugs and other pests also sense the beginning of spring and show up once again. It’s important to contact a pest management professional such as Adam’s Pest Control, Inc. whenever two or more of the same bugs are found in your home because two can quickly turn into dozens or even hundreds within a couple of days.
Minnesota homeowners need to especially watch out for home invasions of ants, spiders, springtails, and other “perimeter pests” in the spring. They often make their way into the home through gaps and cracks around the perimeter of your home. Besides the “icky” factor, some of these pests can contaminate food and are vectors for disease, so it’s prudent to rid your home of them as soon as possible. After treating the immediate threat, your pest professional will also search for the source of the problem and advise you of what you can do to prevent the pests from returning. Click here for site to read more details on their particular process.
Not only should Minnesotans keep an eye on the inside of their homes, but they should also be wary of what is hanging around outside this spring. Wasps, mosquitoes, and ticks can make it difficult to enjoy the outdoors. Besides being painful, some people have allergic reactions to wasp and hornet stings. And while most Minnesotans will only have to tolerate unrelenting itchy bump after a mosquito bite, some will develop serious illnesses. Mosquitoes can and do transmit diseases, including West Nile virus and several other diseases that affect the health of people, horses, and pets. Ticks are also particularly nasty pests that can transmit Lyme disease and other illnesses to unsuspecting victims. In fact, hundreds of new cases of Lyme disease are reported each year in Minnesota. Ticks are usually found in tall grassy areas and along shady paths through bushes and trees. Wildlife in your yard – especially white-footed mice, voles, chipmunks, raccoons, squirrels, white-tailed deer, dogs, and cats – will increase tick populations. so you should thoroughly check yourself, others, and pets after any outdoor activities this spring.
To learn how to reduce the presence of these pests, Minnesota residents can visit this website: https://www.adamspestcontrol.com/.
After waiting for months to enjoy warm weather again, Minnesota residents shouldn’t have to worry about bugs clouding their sunny days. Pest professionals are helping Minnesotans enjoy the warm reward of the sun after surviving this particularly bitter winter.
Company Name: Adam’s Pest Control
Contact Person: Adam Harmon
Email: Send Email
Phone: (800) 227-2214
Address:922 Highway 55 Suite 100
Country: United States