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Pests To Keep An Eye Out For This Autumn

Posted on October 7th, 2020 by Knockout Pest

Watching the leaves change color is not the only change that comes with the brisk fall weather! In fact, the changing of the seasons also has an impact on what types of pests you may encounter. Continue reading to discover which pests you should be keeping an eye out for this autumn. 


People are not the only ones trying to keep warm in the fall. It turns out that cockroaches cannot tolerate the cold either. It is no surprise that cockroaches are enticed by the warm environment that a house provides during this time of the year. 

Stinging Insects

Bees and wasps are particularly active during the fall because they are trying to gather up enough honey to make it through the winter. If there is a swarm of bees or wasps on your property, do not try to handle this situation on your own. After all, provoking these stinging insects could easily backfire on you. 


There are plenty of spider decorations on full display this month in preparation for Halloween. However, you may run into some real spiders in your home this season! When you have a spider infestation on your hands, it is best to call a professional exterminator for assistance. 

Have you noticed pests in your home or on your property this season? If the answer is yes, turn to the professionals here at Knockout Pest Control for help. 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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