Eliminating Infestations With Plymouth Pest Control
Pests can invade any home, regardless of the age of the home, level of cleanliness or how well it is maintained. Insects and rodents are able to find their way inside through openings that are often not visible to the human eye. Once inside, they practically take over, bringing in diseases and causing extensive damage.
The experts at Plymouth Pest Control routinely see termite infestations. Depending on the species of termite, these insects may require moisture and contact with soil in order to survive, or the may only seek out dry timbers for food. Termites do not carry pathogens, but they have been found to cause billions of dollars in damage each year.
Building colonies ranging from a few thousand members to well over a million, termites can destroy a home’s support structure before the residents even realize there is a problem. Some only seek out the dry wood of support beams and wood furniture while others gravitate toward damp wood found in flood prone basements. Some species of termites can even feast on vinyl siding and plastic plumbing pipes.
Plymouth Pest Control experts also commonly see mice invading homes and storage buildings. When construction and land clearing efforts destroy natural habitats of mice, they tend to flee to the nearest structure they can find. They shred clothing and linens to build their nests, chew through electrical wiring and feed on any food they can gain access to.
Additionally, mice spread illnesses through their urine and feces, which they distribute at will throughout the building they have decided to infest. Mouse traps available on the shelves of almost any store may capture a few of these rodents, but many can easily avoid such traps. With the help of Plymouth Pest Control, mice can be completely eliminated.
Through the use of effective and environmentally friendly methods, Plymouth Pest Control can help families rid their homes of ants, mice, termites, roaches and other insect and animal infestations. They possess the knowledge and equipment to safely remove such pests and reduce the chances of future invasions. They help eliminate the spread of diseases and the amount of damage unwanted creatures bring with them.