Pest control is one of the most ignored responsibilities of home ownership. Most believe that insecticides like flyswatters or aerosol are easy solutions for any pest control problem. However, the truth is that infestations can grow well for months or even years before any signs are exposed.
These infestations not only put your home at risk, but also the health of one's family and pets. Following are some important reasons why you should have regular pest control inspections. If you are looking for pest control services in your area, you may contact us on (770) 609-4598.
Today’s world has a hectic life. Work, children and social activities are all a part of the everyday responsibilities that divert homeowners from protecting their property. Most people lack the knowledge and expertise to identify the subtle signs of early infestations, even when homeowners have ample time to conduct regular home inspections.
A professional pest control company search specific areas for signs of droppings, nesting or trails to identify and then eradicate any pests.
As most homeowners lack the skill to identify the early signs of infestation, pest control by technicians is much cheaper in the long term. Rats, termites, carpenters ants or cockroaches can all cause thousands of dollars’ worth of structural damage to a home in just few months. Professional pest control treatments are quick, non-invasive and are only required once in few months.
Pests Carry Disease
The most evident reason for regular pest management is that pests carry disease. Ticks found in dogs, are extremely common in homes and can transmit Lyme Disease, Tularemia, and can even cause paralysis and death. Cockroaches can carry up to 40 different pathogens and can survive almost anywhere.
Peace of Mind
The most worthwhile reason for managed pest control is the peace of mind. Eradication of pest from one's property greatly reduces the chances of contracting transmittable diseases. Moreover, it is important to protect one's home by keeping it safe from the structural damage caused by infestations.