3 Things You Can Do To Prevent Pest Infestations In Your Gresham Home

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Wildwoods Pest Control_3 Things You Can Do To Prevent Pest Infestations In Your Gresham Home

Common Gresham pests include sugar ants, roaches, termites, beetles, wasps, and various rodents and wildlife. These common pests can infest your Gresham home and quickly go from a small annoyance to a full-blown infestation. When pest issues become unmanageable, Gresham’s own Wildwoods Pest Control will be there to help in a heartbeat—but to avoid a visit from the exterminator (regardless of how charming and delightful they are) follow these simple steps to help keep your home pest free.

Use Airtight Containers

Make sure your dry goods are all stored in airtight containers. Moths, flies, and roaches can all find ways into your dry goods and will not only spoil them but can make them ground zero for their broods.

Seal Entry Points

When the weather turns cooler, make sure you’ve filled any gaps in your window frames, door frames, and foundations. Field mice can squeeze through surprisingly tiny openings, and once they’ve established a nest you’ll need to contact Wildwoods. Avoid a lot of hassle by sealing your gaps as soon as possible.

Keep A Lid On It

Keep outdoor waste areas free from ground debris and make sure your waste containers are lidded. If you keep compost, keep it several yards from your house in a tightly lidded container.

When pest issues strike, contact Wildwoods Pest Control. Learn more about our services and the types of pests we deal with.

At Wildwoods Pest Control, we employ an approach to pest control called “Integrated Pest Management,” we believe that each home should be treated differently because each home is unique. Wildwoods has served the Gresham homes for several years and can create timely and effective extermination solutions for your pest control issue.

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