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Pest Removal Tips for Spring


Here are some pest removal tips for Spring. Spring marks the beginning of the summer season as we transition from winter to spring. This is the time of year when many things change. As the days get longer and the temperature rises, the plants will bloom. The warmer weather brings us outside more frequently, which means pests will also begin to emerge from their warm shelters. Handyman Repair It is a local company that provides handyman services including pest prevention and repairs caused by pests.


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• Pest-Resistant Housekeeping

Spring is the season of pest activity, but some pests will build their nests inside homes because they are warmer and have reliable food sources. Fortunately, you can eliminate the conditions that encourage pests inside your home. Prevent pest problems before they even begin by being aware of seasonal pest patterns and using simple and effective solutions.


• Gutters should be cleaned

It is common for many critters and pests to build their nests and homes in traditional, open-top gutter systems-especially when they are not maintained frequently. Over time, debris in the gutter system makes it easier for birds, chipmunks, squirrels, mosquitoes, mice, and other pests to live there, such as rocks, sticks, and leaves.


Pests living in your gutters can potentially damage your gutter system and home. Make sure your gutters are clear of debris, then flush them with water by using a hose. Keep your hands protected from potentially harmful pests and sharp debris by wearing thick gloves.


• Gaps and cracks should be sealed

Make sure you inspect the entire exterior of your house for cracks in the foundation, loose siding, and missing roof shingles. Small, unsealed gaps where electric lines and pipes enter your house are perfect breeding grounds for bugs, mice, and other pests. You can prevent pests from entering these gaps by sealing them with copper mesh, coarse steel wool, sheet metal, mortar, caulk, or expanding foam insulation.


• Doors and windows should be sealed

Replace any worn-away weatherstripping on any doors and windows that are warped or broken. Doors or windows that don't close tightly and securely should be replaced. To prevent pests from sneaking in through gaps in screens, repair or replace any rips and tears.


• Maintain a secure dryer vent

A dryer vent is a great place for pests to nest when they are looking for a warm place to live. The damper of your dryer vent should not be stuck or broken. Pests should not be able to enter a house through the vent.


• Keeping drains clean

In sinks and floor drains, gunk and debris can accumulate and attract pests, especially small flies. You should regularly inspect and clean all drains in your home, including those in the laundry room and basement.


• In the spring and summer, don't let pests invade your home.

Make sure you keep an eye out for changes in your home that could lead to pest infestations. If you observe abnormal pest or insect behavior, such as bug wings piling up or an ant infestation, make note of it. Maintain a clean kitchen and store your food in airtight containers.


You'll be able to act quickly if a pest problem arises if you keep these solutions handy. Keep your house pest-free this spring with My Handyman of Dover. Whether it's window or door installations or repairs, siding repairs or gutter cleaning, or crack and hole repairs, Handyman Repair It does it all.


The projects we handle are all customizable for your home. Check out our website for more information and don't hesitate to call us if you need help!


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