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Spring Pests To Be Aware Of

Posted on April 28th, 2021 by Knockout Pest


Have pests been springing up on your property lately? If so, you are not the only homeowner to experience this! Below are some spring pests to look out for this season. 

It is common knowledge that mosquitoes can transmit diseases to humans. To keep them far away from you and your family this season, be sure to eradicate any areas of standing water on your property. Small puddles of water can provide mosquitoes with the ideal conditions for breeding. 


Since spiders prey on other insects, it is no wonder why they spring into action during this time of the year. Pests of all kinds are drawn to water, so it is always a good idea to remove any moisture sites in your home. When spiders have nothing to eat or drink, they will have no choice but to relocate elsewhere.


Once the springtime rolls around, ants are ready to emerge after hibernating all winter long. If ants have started to invade your kitchen pantry in search of food, you may want to put out bait stations to get rid of them. In the event that the bait stations do not work, turn to Knockout Pest Control for assistance! 

Are springtime pests making it difficult for you to enjoy the great outdoors this season? If you know this all too well, it is time to trust our professionals with your pest control needs. 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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