Spring is just around the corner and while you may not have seen many pests throughout the winter, they will soon be making themselves known in large numbers. Most of the pests you will find throughout the upcoming season are not only annoying but incredibly persistent making it hard to enjoy the warming temperatures. If you are looking forward to spending time enjoying the great outdoors, here are 3 spring pests you should prepare for now.
The buzz around mosquitoes has grown substantially in recent years following the rise in both West Nile Virus and the Zika virus. Protecting your property with mosquito control is critical for enjoying the season to the fullest while limiting the chances of exposure to severe health problems associated with their bite. At Pied Piper Services, one of our most efficient systems to control mosquitoes is our barrier protection spray programs.
The weather conditions in the southern states make them a veritable utopia for a wide variety of ant species. Most troubling, Texas and Oklahoma have seen the spread of Red Imported Fire Ants that are capable of inflicting severe pain with their bites. To ensure your ant control is as effective as possible, we provide many various treatments designed to target the ants that are currently inside or outside of your home or business.
Following the first frost of the year, wasps will go dormant in nests that they had created throughout the summer months. During the spring wasps will emerge causing many problems for those that are attempting to enjoy the outdoors, especially if they have a preexisting allergy to the venom these spring pests possess. No matter what wasp species you are finding around your home, the experts at Pied Piper Services can control them.
Pied Piper Services for Pest Control
No one wants to deal with spring pests while they are enjoying the outdoors. Fortunately, Pied Piper Services has the equipment and training necessary to help bring peace back to your home or business throughout the upcoming season. Contact us today to learn how we can help!