Winter is a precarious season in Australia. Weather takes a turn for the worse, and you are likely to deal with cold intense rains and winds. For homeowners everywhere, it is a reminder to make sure their homes are secure and safe. For pests, however, it is the signal to take shelter, to seek out secure dry space where food might be available – like your home.
When winter comes, you need to prepare for both the weather and pests that seek homes like yours to take shelter in.
Here are some tips to start with. For more comprehensive winter season pest protection, get in touch with the Safe Spray team.
A rodent-proof home isn’t just about securing your property investment. Sure, it is a huge part of it. After all, rodents are destructive by nature and they invade homes for shelter and food. Food can come in the form of your home’s foundation, as well as your crops, stocks and furnishings, among others.
But above all this, having a rodent-proof home gives you and your loved ones a peace of mind. Your home can truly become a place that’s safe, secure and clean.
Flies are all-season pests that can cause your business several problems. Think of flies as pests that are just so persistent and annoying. These pests don’t just compromise the products that you create and serve. They are also major turn-offs.
Once your customers see these flies – you can expect for them to slowly fly away and look for another business to support!
Don’t let flies drive away your customers!
A mouse is really only cute in Disney movies. When you have them at your home, beware! They are likely to cause a trail of destruction and contamination. Your food and health may be at risk. Likewise, your furniture, wirings, and your property’s foundation may be compromised.
When you know that there’s a mouse at home, act fast! There’s no time to scream. Call Safe Spray as soon as possible.
Of course, we won’t stop you from trying to get the mouse yourself. This is a challenge that many of our clients go through first. Of course, having a professional team on the job is always the better option. But, if you must, here’s a few things you can do when there is a mouse in your home.