You need to think about pest control in every season.
When you own a home in the Midwest, pest control is a year-round issue. Cold weather drives unwanted visitors, like mice inside, and warmer temperatures cause an explosion in insects like spiders, ants, roaches and termites, leading to unsanitary conditions in your home. As we move from the warm days of summer into fall, yellow jackets and wasps can become a painful nuisance. When the situation calls for professional services, make sure you enlist technicians who are state licensed, annually trained and using the right products for a safe, quality job.
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Do I have Pests?
How do know if you have pests? View our handy checklist of key indicators, and then give us a call!View Checklist
Do I have Pests?Ram technicians have seen it all when it comes to pests. Here is a handy checklist of key indicators for you to use. Don’t self diagnose, however. If you have items on this list, just give us a call for a consultation.
- Cobwebs in your corners? If you’re cleaning cobwebs each week, you have a spider problem. And spider bites can spread infections and can cause allergic reactions similar to bee stings.
- Is someone chewing your cookie box open? You might be sharing food in the pantry with mice, not just your kids.
- Pests are very unhygienic. If you spot droppings in a cupboard, give us a call right away!
- Ants need water just like we do. If you see ants on your countertops, they will be a nuisance until you have the problem treated.
- You know you have carpenter ants or carpenter bees if you find wood shavings and sawdust piles in random locations. Both can be very destructive.
- A soft spongy yard can be an indicator of moles underground. These wasps have a nasty sting and many people are highly allergic. Don’t get stung – just call us to take a look and treat the nest.
- If you see damaged wood with tunnels or holes, you could have a very big problem – Termites!