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Fall is here   pest control tips that can help
Fall is here   pest control tips that can help
Fall is here   pest control tips that can help
Fall is here   pest control tips that can help
Fall is here   pest control tips that can help
Fall is here   pest control tips that can help
Fall is here   pest control tips that can help
Fall is here   pest control tips that can help
Fall is here   pest control tips that can help
Fall is here   pest control tips that can help
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Fall is here pest control tips that can help

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http://hopperenvironmentalservices.com/ - Fall is a wonderful time of year with the crisp air, the leaves changing color and falling off trees in anticipation of the coming winter months. Fall is also …

http://hopperenvironmentalservices.com/ - Fall is a wonderful time of year with the crisp air, the leaves changing color and falling off trees in anticipation of the coming winter months. Fall is also a great time to have an exterminator and a handyman (or a company that does both!) take a look around your home & point out any possible changes you could make to prevent any pest infestations during the winter months.

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  • 1. * These Pest Control Tips Can Help
  • 2. Bugs, rodents, and other pests wantshelter from the coming coldweather just like we do, and theirbest bet is your home. Protectingyour house this season is key tomaking certain you don’t have anongoing pest problem to deal with. *
  • 3. * This is the time to open your windows and let that cool fall air in, but before you do, you need to consider the state of your windows & doors. * Make certain you’ve installed door sweeps on all of your exterior doors and repair any damaged screens you’ve noticed. If there is loose weather stripping around your windows, repair that as well. *http://hopperenvironmentalservices.com
  • 4. Your fireplace may mean a source of heat and beauty for you, but for pests, it’s the perfect way to gain access to your house. Make certain you get a screen over any vents and openings to your chimney and seal any cracks or crevices you happen to notice.*
  • 5. Your kitchen is the heart ofyour home & keeping it pestfree is an absolute must. Makesure you take out the trashregularly, sweep & mop thefloor often & do your dishes asyou use them. You’ll have abetter chance of keeping pestsout of you home if youeliminate any potential foodsource. *
  • 6. This is also a great time to carefully look at thefoundation of your home. Hire a handyman toseal up any cracks, particularly where utilities orpipes happen to come in, and replace any loosemortar or weather stripping around thefoundation. *
  • 7. Pests need shelter, food, and water, just like wedo, and you can make certain they don’t haveany access to water by checking for leakingpipes and clogged drains on a regular basis. Ifyou do have a leaking pipe, call a plumber orhandyman to repair it. *
  • 8. Your dog and cat may have shelter for thewinter, but have you thought about your petfood containers? If you simply leave pet foodright out for them all of the time, you’re invitingproblems from rats, mice, and other pests. Makecertain that your pet food supplies are kept in asecure location, and that goes for bird seed andsquirrel food too. *
  • 9. If pests can find a way to hide close to yourhome, they will, so keep your shrubs as welltrimmed as possible. Keep mowing until thegrass stops growing for the year, and makecertain that your firewood pile is at least twentyfeet away from your house to keep wooddevouring insects at bay. *
  • 10. * This is a great time to have an exterminator and a handyman (or a company that does both!) take a look around your home & point out any possible changes you could make to prevent any pest infestations during the winter months.* Schedule a yearly checkup with them every fall to make certain pest control problems aren’t your problem. *

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