It feels like the November pests are not only starting to pop up in Halloween decorations, but their sticky webs show up every morning across your path out the door. You might also spot Spiders more regularly scurrying about your home’s interior. This is due to spider maturity peaking during fall, so they are now bigger, more noticeable and having babies.
As the weather cools down and rain picks up, many insects look for warm, drier places to spend the winter. With the heavier rains, ants are the first to get flooded out of their underground tunnels and seek higher grounds. Unfortunately, this usually ends up being your home or office space and you will need professional ant control services.
While these pests don’t pose a major threat to the integrity of your home, they can be dangerous to the health of you and your four-legged friend. Ticks thrive in cool, rainy weather
Rats and mice are a year-round nuisance in our area, but again with the colder weather setting in, their ability to survive comfortably outdoors diminishes with the start of fall and cooler temperatures.