With the icy and cold Idaho winter on its way, winter-time pest control may be the last thing on your mind. But don’t be fooled by thinking all the pests have frozen and died!
You might think winter is a time when nature takes a rest, but things are not always as they seem. In the world of pest control, there is still a lot of work to do. Pests such as Black Widows and other spiders, ants, bed bugs, fleas, mice and the like, may slow down a bit, but they don’t go away. In fact, they continue feeding, growing and multiplying, often in the warmth and comfort of our homes. Even outdoors some insect pests, such as Argentine Ants and some rodents, like gophers and mice, continue their activities. Cutting your pest control service during the winter season as a cost-saving measure gives pests a head start for the spring. Here are 6 reasons to continue your pest control service through the winter.