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The Christmas season is over and now you have to face the wonderful new year that has come in its wake. And what better way start the year off than to clean the house? It’s a lot of hard work, but believe it or not, it’s actually quite fun! Plus, it helps you get rid of any mess that might’ve accumulated over the course of a few weeks, as well as purge any pests that escaped your notice during your previous clean-up.
So ready your house cleaning kit and get the best termite control in town, for you’ll soon embark on a mission to reclaim your home from occupying vermin. And while you’re at it, you might as well follow a few pointers, listed below:
It goes without saying that preparing for the new year includes removing the holiday decoration, leaving the rest of your furniture and appliances where they are. However, if you want a totally clean and pest-free room, you have to make the effort of removing every piece of furniture per room. That way, you can fully assess the space and would be able to see better any spot where there is infestation (Some of your furniture also need to be inspected for damages). And besides, it’s the New Year; you might as well give your crib a brand new look and feel!
Prevention is better than the cure, or so they say. Well, when it comes to pests, you’ll find out soon enough how true that principle is! Find out where those bugs and vermin breed and eat in and around your house, and annihilate them there with extreme prejudice. Just a few hints here: Mosquitoes and flies lay their eggs on water; rats and cockroaches are attracted to your garbage; termites have their sights and mouths on your wood and plants; and ants would love nothing better than to take home your delicious dishes.
Another thing you can do as a preventive measure is to discourage those bugs from coming to your home. This means using as many deterrents available to you as possible. Just to be on the safe side, however, choose man-made and natural products that are friendly to both humans and pets. For example, sprinkling borax powder or boric acid around your house’s entrances keeps ants at bay. And some types of garden and indoor plants have unique properties that repel bugs and rodents.
In the event that you’ve spotted a severe infestation in your house that seems too much for you to handle, you can always rely on professional help. These guys are more than willing to do the dirty job of eradicating those vermin for you!
Hopefully, by following these tips, your house would be spotless and pest-free at the end of the day, allowing you to finally sit back, relax, and enjoy your home at the year’s start.