Hazel Green, AL Pest Control
Expert Pest Solutions In Hazel Green, AL
There are layers to pest control. The more layers you apply, the more likely you are to prevent pests from getting into your Hazel Green home. Let's look at how residential and commercial pest control work to address pest pressures and provide layers of protection. Reach out to us for Madison County pest control.
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“Morton's Pest Control Is very professional in its servicing of our residence.”- Valued Customer
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InspectionWe perform a thorough inspection to look for conducive conditions, places of harborage, entry points, and more.
TreatmentWe’ll fully treat the interior and exterior of your house during our initial service, as well as provide you with feedback about preventing pests.
Follow-UpEach follow-up treatment is tailored to your home’s specific pest control needs because one-size-fits-all treatments don’t work.
Commercial Pest Control In Hazel Green, AL
When a commercial pest control specialist evaluates your business to determine a strategy for effective pest control, your technician will use Integrated Pest Management (IPM), which is considered to be the gold standard for pest control. One reason why it is the standard by which all other pest methodologies are measured is that IPM provides layers of protection.
Your technician is going to address pests in several natural ways using IPM practices. Here are just a few examples:
- Routine inspections will be performed to catch warning signs and address pests early.
- Food sources will be removed or protected.
- Sources of water will be removed where possible.
- Sanitation will be applied to remove smells that attract pests.
- Caulk, foam, hardware cloth, and other materials will be used to exclude pests.
- Exterior treatments will be applied in key areas.
- Granular products will be used.
- Spider webs will be removed.
- Wasp nests will be knocked down.
- And interior pest management processes will be put in place if needed.
All of these work together to create indoor spaces that are pest-free. If you'd like to speak with a commercial specialist about your pest control needs, we'd be happy to speak with you. You can count on Morton's Pest Control for industry-leading pest control in Madison county.
What Hazel Green Residents Ought To Know About Effective Spider Control
We have several spiders that can become indoor pests. If you're willing and able to put in the work, you can keep spiders out of your home by using the following tips:
- Wipe down your exterior, particularly in areas where spiders might make webs. Spiders are looking for areas that are dusty or dirty. These conditions are an indication that an area is undisturbed and perfect for web creation.
- Remove spider webs when you notice them. If you do this, it sends a signal to spiders that the area is not safe for web creation. The removal of spider webs also has the potential to reduce spider populations. Webs can have spider egg sacs, which can contain hundreds of eggs.
- Most spiders are looking for humid or damp environments. Clean your gutters and make repairs to reduce perimeter moisture and add another layer of protection.
- Spiders are looking for insects to eat. Replace exterior white lights with yellow lights. Keep trash in sealed receptacles and keep receptacles free of odors that will attract insects. Address weed problems to reduce wasps, bees, mosquitoes, and many other insects that spiders may eat.
If more control is needed, contact a licensed professional to discuss a spider control strategy for your home.