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Pests That Could Be Living In Your Crawl Space

Posted on August 4th, 2021 by Knockout Pest

When was the last time you inspected your crawl space? If a lot of time has gone by since then, pests may have infiltrated this part of your home. Keep reading to find out which pests could be living in your crawl space. 

Spiders

In any uninhabited area of the home, there is bound to be a spider or two. The crawl space in your house is no exception to this rule. After all, spiders can easily spin their webs in this dark and enclosed space. 

Raccoons

Raccoons can take up shelter in your crawl space because it provides them with the necessary nesting materials. Once they have made your crawl space their new home, their next order of business is breeding. As you might have guessed, this can lead to a raccoon infestation in your house. 

Mice

Due to their small size, mice can gain access to the crawl space through any gaps or holes in the foundation of your home. Mice make their presence known by chewing on wood and drywall. If putting mouse traps down does not solve the problem, please contact us for assistance. 

Do you suspect that unwanted critters are living in your crawl space? If so, trust the professionals here at Knockout Pest Control to handle the situation. 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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