Pest control maintenance is a key to preventing pest infestations and extending the life of homes and commercial buildings. It includes regular services to address cockroaches, bed bugs, rodents, termites and other common pests that can cause damage to a structure or pose health risks to people or pets. Pest control maintenance also includes sanitation measures to reduce pest breeding and feeding sites. For example, it’s a good idea to wipe down surfaces that don’t usually get cleaned and to empty major trash cans multiple times each week.
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Pests like fleas, ticks and mice spread diseases such as hantavirus and rat-bite fever. They also contaminate food and cling to rugs and bedding, making asthma and allergies worse. Pests that reproduce and live indoors can also increase humidity, which leads to mold growth, rot and other damage. Pest control maintenance corrects unhealthy living conditions that attract pests, such as damp and dirty environments where bacteria and viruses multiply.
Most pest control companies offer yearly plans that include maintenance treatments as part of the plan. During these visits, technicians focus on broad pest prevention using 4 primary treatment types: spraying, dusting, granules and de-webbing. Most of the time, these treatments are less intensive than the more targeted treatments used to treat specific pests.
Pest control maintenance also includes preventive treatments to keep invasive species such as the spotted lanternfly and emerald ash borer from spreading throughout New Jersey. These preventive treatments involve looking for these foreign species, even when they are dormant during the winter, and taking action before they become widespread.
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