Pest Control for Spring and Summer pests begins now. Spring is one of the most effective times to prevent pest control issues in your home. This is because during winter, many household pests such as spiders and ants die off, due to their low tolerance for cold.
Milberger recommends homes in Kansas City tackle pest control by having your home inspected and sprayed in the early spring. This preventative maintenance can keep pest populations at bay.
If you want a pest free spring, contact Milberger today! Milberger offers many different types of services for pests, including:
- Termites – Termites eat 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, meaning damage to wood in and around your home can happen very quickly. If you suspect you may have termites, reach out to Milberger for today.
- Roaches and more – For rodents, ants and roaches, we recommend bait technology. Insect baiting treatments from Everett Milberger offer less chemical exposure than other extermination methods for controlling the insects’ food supply. Less pesticide is applied to the environment when compared to conventional treatments. Baits release no offensive odors into your home and are not harmful to people or pets. Bait stations are child-resistant and the gel bait can be applied in areas not accessible to children and pets.
- Bed Bugs – Adult bed bugs are very small, about the size of a tick. In fact, they are often mistaken for ticks or small cockroaches, so we do not always get a call for an infestation as soon as we might like. It is important to call Everett Milberger right away if you suspect bed bugs in Kansas City so that treatment can begin immediately. A free bed bug inspection is available!
- Spiders – Spiders eat other insects, so reducing the insects around your home will reduce their food sources, and spiders will be less interested in hanging around. Regular removal of spider webs is the best way to mitigate infestation. Sealing up cracks around windows and doors helps prevent their entry. Insect baiting treatments from Milberger Pest Control offer less chemical exposure than other extermination methods for controlling the spiders’ food supply.