In last week’s blog post, we discussed the differences between reactive and proactive pest control solutions. This week, we’re taking a more in-depth look at how proactive pest control can benefit you and your property. Keep reading to discover a few benefits of proactive pest control.
In addition to being unsightly and unsettling, pests also pose health risks. Debris and bacteria that pests spread across surfaces can worsen asthma and allergies. In addition, pests can transmit diseases. For instance, salmonella could be present in the excrement and urine of rodents and cockroaches, which could lead to life-threatening allergic reactions. Ensuring these critters do not invade your space is the surest way to avoid the health risks.
Pests such as rodents chew wires and furnishings and can cause considerable damage to your property if the infestation is severe enough. Dealing with pests after they have caused damage can be expensive because you will incur costs for pest control, property repair, and replacement. Proactive pest control is cheaper as it involves preventing the pests from damaging your property or posing a health hazard. The only costs you have to cater for is in instituting measures to ensure pests do not inhabit your surroundings.
Pest infestation can leave you feeling uncomfortable in your own space. The sounds of rodents running around the house can be unsettling and foster a hostile climate. For business owners, pests can also tarnish your business’ reputation. Ensuring that pests do not invade your home or business can save you this damage to your reputation while also providing the occupants of your building a sense of peace, comfort, and safety.
At Critter Guard, we offer several options for proactive pest control. Our Line Guard, Pole Guard, and BirdBloc products prevent critters from accessing homes, businesses, and important electrical equipment before damage occurs. To learn more about our proactive pest control solutions, contact us today!