Connecticut Winter Pest Control

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Pest Control has become a year long challenge for many homeowners and businesses in Connecticut. During colder months pests like mice, rats, and squirrels will often enter your home in search of food and shelter. So, the risk of pest infestations really never go away. If you have a problem and need help, call the experts at Millette Pest Control for a FREE Estimate.

Millette Pest Control offers a Gold or Silver home protection plan that provides you with a comprehensive defense from the most common house-hold pests.

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  1. Spring & Summer pest prevention tips for major areas of your home
    As we all know that when the seasons changes, pests start to appear and inhabit in every corner of our homes & gardens which is definitely quite irritating and troublesome. Specifically, Autumn and winter seasons are considered as a prime time for bed bugs, rodents and fleas, while spring & summer seasons are always ruled by biting and stinging insects to name a few.
    Common spring & summer pests:
    • Mosquitoes
    • Bees
    • Termites
    • Flies
    • Hornets
    • Ants
    • Ticks
    • Wasps
    Spring & summer prevention tips:
    Although there are various kinds of pests looking to invade your houses during these warmer months, there is normally handful of prevention ideas you should implement to keep these nasty pests away.
    1. Roof:
    A fully damaged roof provides pests with easy access to your house. Common roof pests include wasps, bees and termites. In this regard, you need some efficient pest control services that can repair damaged roof tiles, fill cracked areas with roofing cements and can ensure that roof pipes are drain pipes are clear from debris.

    2. Bedrooms:
    Bedrooms are actually the major prime spot of pest activities. For bed bugs, it can be prove to be a good source of food & refuge. So in this regard, you should keep all windows & doors shut, keep your furniture away from the walls, vacuum the area regularly and inspect termite activities.
    3. Kitchen:
    Kitchen is the most ideal place for all pests and termites to forage for food. The abundance of food items can create severe troubles and invites ants & flies. So it’s important to store food items in air tight containers, keep work surfaces free from spillage and crumbs, empty your bins and check pipes for leakage and repairs.
    4. Windows:
    Windows are no doubt the great entry for pests into your house. If you want to keep these pests away, try installing fly screens or keep your windows shut during swarming period for termites and ants.
    Following the above mentioned tips can surely give a break and help you in managing these nasty creations.
    If still need some helps and advices you can contact Carter pest control for further assistance.

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MILLETTE PEST CONTROL

  • 69 Knight Street
  • P.O. Box 56
  • Watertown, Connecticut 06795