Why pest management year-round is crucial

Pest management is not just a seasonal activity. It’s a year-round process of monitoring, preventing, and eliminating pests from your home or business environment. Here are a few reasons why pest management year-round is crucial.

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It's cheaper to spray regularly than wait until there's an overwhelming problem

It can save you money in the long run. The more often you have your property treated, the less likely it is that you'll need to do it again. This means fewer chemicals for you to buy and less time for your technicians to spend treating your property!

PRO TIP: invest in a backpack sprayer this will save you hundreds of dollars if you do create and maintain a spraying routine for your home!




Some pests may be dormant during certain seasons

You may have heard that spring and summer are the best times for pest control but that simply isn't true. Pests can be active at any time of year, which means there's no point leaving it until they become a problem. If you want to keep your family safe from all types of pests, you need to make sure that pest management services are available at all times of the year.

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Pests can damage your home

If left untreated, pests can cause structural damage to your home or business by chewing through drywall, electrical wiring and insulation causing fire hazards, electrical shorts and even carbon monoxide poisoning from faulty wiring systems.


Pest management is a year-round job and it’s important to create a routine. To ensure an overwhelming issue does not start due to lack of pest maintenance during the colder season in which we falsely believe pests die on their own. By monitoring, preventing, and eliminating throughout the year you will ensure a pest free home. 



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