As our community adapts to the seasonal changes, so do the pests. Cooler temperatures make sleeping outside less appealing than the warmth that your home gives off as fall breezes settle in. Rose Pest Solutions wants to make sure that mice aren't following you in while you're packing up your yard decorations.
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.
Whether you're spending your summer traveling by plane out of the country or just uber-ing around the city, Rose Pest Solutions has put together some helpful tips to help you enjoy the rest of the season without picking up bed bugs along the way.
Barbecues, bonfires, and swimming pools: my favorite summer smells. We've hit some rainy snags along the way, but summer is here. Enjoying the great outdoors can be a bit of a challenge when it comes to mosquitos and flies but no pest will ruin a backyard party faster than a swarm of angry bees or wasps. With some helpful tips from Rose Pest Solutions, you can enjoy time in your yard without having to run from stinging insects.
With the warm weather finally arriving, everyone is eager to dust off shelves, get back into that long-since locked backyard shed, and break out their favorite patio furniture. With the nicer climate and all that spring cleaning also come a few not-so-welcome seasonal pests that the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and Rose Pest Control would like to make sure you're ready for.
In honor of National Pest Management Month, we want to draw your attention to a number of important issues in the pest control and pest prevention industries. Most of us only deal with pests because they're annoying and they freak us out, but here at Rose it's just as much about protecting your health, food and property from those same pests and making a positive impact on your quality of life. Are you pest prepared for the warmer weather? The first step is education!
Topics: pest prevention
While spring cleaning is a great time for homeowners to de-clutter and spruce up the home, this seasonal tradition is a doubly beneficial time to tidy up in order to prevent undesirable, springtime pests such as ants, termites, mice and fruit flies. To help the public maintain pest-free homes this spring, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and Rose Pest Solutions Chicagoland are helping homeowners learn about pest proofing the house so they can add those steps to their spring-cleaning checklists.
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.
Topics: pest prevention