It is looking like fall is here to stay. Dare I say, finally. Here in the Midwest, we know that the seasons change from day to day. Changes in weather lend a hand in knowing what pests to expect. As temperatures drop, we start staying inside more, cozying up with comfort foods. And guess what...bugs and rodents are trying to do the same thing.
Rose Pest Solutions is pleased to annouce we're partnering with the Chicago Area Runner's Association (CARA) again and sponsoring the Cara VIP Experience at the Palmer House Hilton on October 8th during the Chicago Marathon! We're so proud to be able to work with CARA to support each and every one of the runners out there, even if they're not running the marathon!
How's the summer been treating you? Sunny? Hot? Humid? Itchy and annoying? If the last two on that list are the more familiar, you might be dealing with one of the most popular, and frustrating, summer pests--mosquitoes. Rose Pest Solutions has a gigantic info bomb right here to help you figure out where they're coming from and how to get rid of them for good!
Summer is drawing to a close, but there's still time for a few more hurrahs before it's officially time to take the winter clothes out of storage. Whether you're camping, preparing to send the kids back to school, or just dealing with pests around the house, we wanted to give you a quick wrap up that touches on everything you could be dealing with at the end of summer.
Believe it or not, the most deadly animals on the planet also happen to be the ones that are the most annoying: Mosquitoes. (Learn more in the Rose Pest Solutions Pest Library!) Home mosquito control is about more than just citronella candles, cans of repellent and wearables though because killing mosquitoes only solves part of the very serious problem.
It’s that time of year – the leaves are almost done falling, and your gutters are in serious need of a good cleaning. But beware, leaves might not be the only thing that currently call them home.
Prevent Mosquitoes this Spring
As piles of snow are beginning to melt, it’s not too early to start thinking about how to proactively protect yourself and your family from vector-borne diseases like West Nile virus—which, as you probably know, has become prevalent in the Chicago area, in recent years. In fact, folks who live in the Southern U.S. or Hawaii may be dealing with mosquitoes right now! Generally speaking, as soon as a region’s average temperature is 50 degrees or higher, mosquitoes begin establishing a presence in that region.
Rose Pest Solutions offers advice for homeowners on Chicagoland mosquito control and prevention around the property
Rose Pest Solutions Chicago shares quick tips to keep common household pests outdoors