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Pest control problems are one of those home
and building maintenance concerns that
sometimes cause people to wonder what they
are doing wrong.
You might think that you’ve tried everything
possible, and that it is impossible to eliminate
Or, you may believe that living in Phoenix
means having to deal with scorpions
and other critters.
Living with pest infestations isn’t necessary.
If you’ve been having trouble with insects and
other pests, then it is possible that you could be
making one or more of these mistakes.
Squashing a spider or spraying a cockroach
does get rid of the problem for the moment.
The mistake here is thinking that it is over.
Pests tend to lurk beneath the main surface
areas of a home.
They hide in walls, attics and even under
If you see a couple of them, then there could be
Professional treatments are able to reach
the parts of your home or commercial building
where you can’t reach.
Seeing a mouse run outside when you open
your garage door may make you think that they
accidentally got inside.
But it is also possible that they’ve been living
inside of your home.
Too often, seeing a single mouse or bug means
that it is not an isolated incident.
If you spot one, then schedule an inspection
Checking all of the common hiding places
could uncover a bigger problem that needs
to be addressed.
You can also make the mistake of swinging
in the opposite direction.
Loading up on foggers, sprays and powders
might seem like your best line of defense
against your most detested pests.
Chemical-based treatments come with
Most are safest when they are applied
by a professional who is trained to protect
humans and pets from harm.
Our technicians also know how to spray
for pests, such as ants without causing them
to run and spread out.
Pests take the path of least resistance.
Many of the most common ones are able to fit
through unbelievably tight spaces.
In addition to doing perimeter treatments,