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How Often Should You Pest Control Your Home

For a regular residential home, it is recommended by the professionals to pest control your property every month. Depending on the treatment used by the pest prevention company, the effects can generally last for up to 2 months, on average.

Pests come and go and the best thing you can do as a homeowner is to prevent them from coming back. A lot of people in Aukland experience this multiple times because they think that prevention is only a one-time process. If you stick to this concept, pests will never leave your home. You need regular treatment as a preventive measure. You need to invest in prevention controls so you can get rid of what’s damaging your property.

A regular monthly visit from your pest control team will give them enough time to assess if the pesticides are effective or if there are any adjustments that need to be done. But of course, there are still factors to consider such as the level of infestation, the size of your home, and the type of pests.

Some pest control companies, on the other hand, say that it’s okay to have prevention treatments quarterly because it merely depends on the solutions being used. The stronger the preventive solutions, the lower the likelihood of pests coming back to your home.

There are seasons where the need for pest control is lessened. The coldness of the winter season helps homeowners so they can cut back temporarily. However, there are mammal pests like rats and mice that are going to look for warmth and shelter in your home rather than leaving during winter. Additionally some pests are more frequent in winter. For example cockroaches are a common pest issue during the wetter, winter months. If you think this is likely to happen, make sure to contact your pest control team so they can check the best treatment for you.

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