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How To Keep Scary Pests Away From Your Home

Posted on October 25th, 2021 by Knockout Pest

Is there anything scarier than realizing that you have a pest infestation on your property? We don’t think so! Continue reading to uncover new ways to keep scary pests away from your home.

Seal Up Any Gaps

If you have heard scurrying in your house, it might be coming from a mouse! Homeowners should check the interior and exterior of the home for any gaps and seal them up immediately. That way, rodents will not be able to enter your home in the first place.

Clean & Declutter Your Home

It is easier for spiders to spin their webs in a dirty and cluttered home. To deter spiders from making your house their new home, remember to clean and declutter your humble abode on a regular basis. Since dark and uninhabited areas of the home attract spiders, it is a good idea to thoroughly clean and declutter your attic, garage, and basement. 

Call Knockout Pest Control

Bats have become a symbol of Halloween. While you may have bat decorations displayed in your house for this holiday, you never want to discover a real bat in your attic. In the event that a bat is in your home, be sure to call Knockout Pest Control for our bat removal services. 

Have creepy crawlers descended on your house during the spookiest time of the year? If you can relate, trust the professionals here at Knockout Pest Control to scare them away. We can knockout pests and keep them down for the count! 

Call 1-800-244-PEST or 1-800-244-7378 to schedule an appointment with us.

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