Why Do You Need Pest Control?

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Some pests are just that - pests that don't really cause any harm or danger in or around our houses or backyards, but they bother us and we just don't want them around. Other insects, rodents, and wildlife pests can cause significant damage or spread disease to people or our pets.

Pest control efforts can reduce or eliminate unpleasant and harmful pests, but it is the second group of greatest concern.

Annoying pests

  • Bed bugs (these bed bugs are a major nuisance!).
  • Most spiders (except for spiders which are poisonous).
  • Earwigs (which don't really reach people's ears).

Harmful pests

Rats and Mice

Not only do rodents cause significant damage by biting and nesting, their urine and feces can also spread disease, and their numbers can grow very rapidly, increasing damage and the potential for disease.

Bed bugs

Having reinvented the US In recent decades after being relatively extinct, bed bugs increasingly bite children and adults who sleep in hotels, homes, and other places.

Mosquitoes and Ticks

With their bites, these insects not only cause irritation, but their food with our blood can also transmit diseases directly to our systems.

Termites

Causing more than $ 1,000,000,000 (one billion dollars!) In damage each year in the US alone.
Cockroaches - Known to contaminate food and spread disease (such as salmonellosis, a foodborne illness), the tendency of cockroaches to take refuge behind walls and other hidden areas during the day and appear at night in search of Food and water means that they are often unseen until their populations have grown to incredible amounts, and their potential for harm is significant.

House flies

Although house flies and cluster flies are definitely irritating pests, they can also transmit Salmonella, E. coli, Vibrio, and Shigella in their feces and vomit that they regurgitate to digest their food.
Ants, such as fire ants, whose bites kill, and small ants that enter and contaminate food in the home.

Raccoons

These wild animals can be very aggressive if approached; they will seek shelter and breed in attics and places where they live, and their bite can spread disease.

Since a comprehensive website would be needed to list all the pests that exist in the US and around the world, this is just a small sample, but enough to explain why we need pest control. It is also important to mention that there are, of course, many insects and wild animals that live outdoors and do not invade our homes, damage our backyards, or otherwise cause us harm. Since we do not consider them pests, we do not treat them here.

Other reasons for pest control

The list of harmful pests above includes several ways in which specific insects, rodents, and wildlife can be a threat to humans and pets. But there are also general reasons that apply to many different pests, such as:

Like people, insects, rodents, and wild animals have basic survival needs for food, water, and shelter. And the reason they become pests is that they often find that hitchhiking on human food, water, and shelter is a great way to meet those needs. Thus, they invade our homes and our properties.

So as pests feed on these survival needs, they can contaminate or consume our food; walking or resting on food preparation or packaging surfaces, leaving bacteria behind; or even using people and pets themselves as food sources (eg mosquitoes, bed bugs, ticks).

Pest control can consist of the removal, reduction, or complete elimination of insects, rodents, or wild animals that have become pests in our environment. It can be natural and non-chemical or involve pesticides, fumigants, or herbicides. Homeowners can often purchase products from home, garden, and retail stores, but other pests require professional experience.

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