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Winters are now over PESTS BEGINNING TO WAKE UP

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Most of our area has been fortunate this year. At least, fortunate if you are a fan of the harsh winter weather that we are normally plagued with this year. In this area of North Indian Plains, that doesn’t normally see temperatures on a normal winter day much above freezing; we have had several stretches when the temperatures were far above average. Places in Rajasthan have seen a thin blanket of ice in their fields in the morning, few of them perhaps for the first time in their life.

Now folks could get out of their warm, winterized homes and enjoy the crisp air that felt more like early spring than December and January. As nice as it has been, there have been a few side effects to a milder winter that homeowners are discovering all over the area.

Peacefully hidden in attics, walls, and crawlspaces all over the state, pests have been overwintering right beneath our noses. Lady bugs, box elder bugs, wood borers, the cluster flies and especially the deadly mosquitoes are now visible in groups on the sunny sides of homes.

The problem with any of these pests is not really the few that might find their way into the living room. The problem is the thousands that might be holed up in the walls. Whenever large groups of insects gather, there is a good chance that they will not all make it through the winter. Some will die, leaving possibly hundreds of corpses behind and a potent unexplained smell that could drive someone crazy trying to find the source.

Remember, if these bugs found their way in, others who feed on these corpses can find their way in as well. Other pests might not be just a nuisance but may bring with them real problems either by causing damage to the structure of your home or by carrying diseases that they could spread to your family.

Discovering that you have a nuisance pest like these can be alarming, but there is help. Pest Act Pest Control is only a phone call away to inspect your home and eliminate any pests that might be there. Then, we can help you protect your home year-round with our superior services and several levels of protection we offer to help keep your home pest free and on budget.

Stay pest free and stay in control. We are just a phone call away.

For this and more such information please visit www.pestact.com more often and stay connected with our blogs. We are the best pest control experts. Your comments, suggestions, recommendations and stories or problems related to pests are most welcome. Do write to us at contact@pestact.com or call our All India Toll Free number (to get rid of pests from your surroundings and to fight them better) at 9818177378.

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4 Comments

  1. […] Change in weather woke these insects up in search of food and reproduction and this is the time when we can strike them hardest. They have started laying eggs and all stagnant water bodies, as small as a bottle cap or a spoon is ok to be their breeding ground. Eggs can be laid everywhere and these takes only 7 days to hatch and larvae comes out. The life of a mosquito larva is around 5 days, it feeds in water and pupa is formed that transforms into an adult mosquito within 2 days. […]

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