Our Tips For A Bug Free Household
What Are The Most Annoying Insect Pests?
When asking yourself that question i am sure you have a list of pests that give you a shiver down your spine. Ants, flies and wasps are the most likely choices to answer that question however others include bed bugs, termites and more.
We have listed our top tips to make sure your home is bug free, however when the time comes that you need to fight back against an insect invasion make sure you call a professional. With years of experience Wallace Pest Control specialist pest removal team will make sure you win the battle and secure the property to prevent a returning infestation.
Although wasps can be useful around the garden by consuming dead insects and flies they can be a nuisance too. Apart from stinging, their persistence can be irritating and present a threat to a potential allergic reaction.
If you want to keep wasps from invading your house, make sure to secure the perimeter. Sealing up tiny cracks like those around the edges windows, doors or where external pipes and lines that travel inside your home are all perfect opportunities for pests to breach your property.
Use Wasp Traps
Commercial or homemade wasp traps are great for catching a singular wasp. These traps are a good solution if you see an occasional wasp in your area, or for trapping wasps ready for a professional to removal the pest.
Ants are one of the most common pests encountered in homes and commercial properties with over 10,000 known ant species found across the globe.
Keeping your kitchen tidy will help to prevent ants from coming indoors. Wipe down kitchen worktops and keep a clean floor to eliminate crumbs and residue from spills. Make sure all food is kept sealed to prevent any access to a potential bite to eat.
When trying to enjoy a family BBQ, spending half the time wafting your hand over your face trying to get rid of flies up in your grill really gets frustrating. Not only are flies annoying but they can also carry diseases with could include food poisoning bacteria.
Use vinegar or wine traps to catch fruit flies they are extremely attracted to fermented fruit products, like red wine and apple cider vinegar. Create a variety of simple traps using wine or vinegar as a bait to lure in and kill adult fruit flies.
If you do find any pests in and around your home, contact Wallace Pest Control right away. We can identify what exact pest you are dealing with, spot any entry points, and determine an effective course of treatment.