Many of us, Australians think that flies, mosquitoes and many other insects tend to disappear during winters in Australia. This is also true for places that see noticeable shifts in both daytime and nighttime temperatures. But, this does not mean the trouble of bothering pests has ended. The winter months come with its own challenges when it comes to annoying pests. Once the temperatures start to drop, many critters tend to migrate inside looking for warmth and shelter along with food.
If you want to keep the warmth in and pests out, then it is important, to hire the best pest control services and also know what kind of pests would actually invade your homes during the cooler months. Some of these pests are as follows:
Some of the deadly Australian species of spiders prefer summer, but that doesn’t mean that you are safe from these annoying pests in winters. You will definitely come across many spider webs and their inhabitants during the winters.
Cockroaches hate the cold and therefore they will be found in the warmest place of your home. This is one of the biggest concern for any homeowner as the warmest places of the household are the highest traffic areas for your family.
Mice and Rats are super active in winter. They can enter through cracks and holes and create havoc. These rodents can munch upon wooden beams, electrical wires and insulation. In addition to these remember rodents like rats and mice are prolific disease carriers. It is, therefore, essential to get rid of them immediately.
Termites are active all year-round. Termites can enter your home in search of warmth and wood during the colder months. These annoying critters will enter your home and start destroying it. If you think, there is a termite infestation, it is highly recommended that you immediately call for help.
At Tradie Team Pest, we understand the devastation that these pests bring. We deal with an array of pests like termites, ants, wasps, bees, spiders, flies, bed bugs, fleas, moths, rats and mice, silverfish, birds nesting, cockroaches and more. Connect with us today.