When Is The Best Time To Have A Pest Inspection?
Between the mild winters and many wetlands, central Maryland has a thriving ecosystem with a lot of diversity. Unfortunately, some of that diversity often finds its way into homes and businesses and requires a professional pest control service to clean it out. Many home and business owners only call the exterminator when they notice an infestation of rats, fleas, bed bugs, or other pests. However, this can be an expensive decision because pests are often well established by the time a homeowner spots them and they can be very hard to remove. That’s why it’s a good idea to schedule regular inspections that can catch an infestation in its early days and keep your costs as low as possible. So when is the best time to call in Maryland pest services?
Maryland Pest Services in Spring
Spring is when a lot of insect species come out of hibernation, and even pest species that don’t hibernate will become more active. This includes termites, rats, mosquitoes, and other pests that stick around throughout the summer. Winter weather can sometimes cause seals to crack and otherwise wear down a building’s defenses, so it’s a good idea to have someone from Maryland pest services to stop by and find these new weaknesses before the pests do.
Pest Control in Fall
While many pests are year-round dangers, others only become a problem in fall. This is the time when the weather starts cooling and many types of insect go out to mate, and between these two facts many otherwise harmless insects will find their way into warm buildings to avoid the chill. This can include flies, crickets, grasshoppers, and also more troublesome pests like rats, ants, and squirrels. Pest control experts can help you find out how these animals are getting in and what you can do about them.
You can schedule an annual inspection in either spring or fall and get good results, but depending on your risk factors and the kind of business you run you may want to bring in Maryland pest services for an inspection during both seasons. Either way, we’ll be happy to provide your inspections at Bugout, Inc.