Even though the world’s been shut down, spring has arrived. And with spring’s arrival comes the return of annoying pests like mice, ants, and termites. Want to stop the creepy crawlies in their track? It’s time for your interior pest inspection.
What’s involved in an interior pest inspection?
The last thing you want is to have pests in your home. During your interior pest inspection – a critical component of our Home Pest Guard Program, including Home Pest Guard Plus and Home Pest Guard Premium – a highly trained member of our team will thoroughly check your home for ants, spiders, mice, bees and other common household insects.
In a perfect world, there will be no signs of pests, and our technician will take steps to ensure it stays that way. Our Home Barrier treatment is designed with the Abington homeowner in mind, to protect your family, property and pets from the harm pests can do.
What about ticks and fleas?
If you have pets, enjoy getting out in the great outdoors, and want to avoid having you or anyone in your family exposed to potentially deadly diseases, you need a strategy for tick and flea control. Choose Home Pest Guard Pest this spring to get and stay ahead of these dangerous insects.
What about termites?
Contrary to popular belief, termites don’t actually hibernate. What they do is slow their activity way down during the coldest winter months. Once spring arrives, they start eating your house once again – and by the time summer gets here, they may have done quite a bit of expensive damage. Choose Home Pest Guard Premium for effective ongoing termite control.
What about mice and rodents?
While insects are the most common pest problem, mice and rodents can do their fair share of damage. Call your Abington exterminators for fast, prompt, effective rodent removal.