Homes Are Inviting to Pests in Winter

The question is often asked, why is it important to perform pest control services during winter months when the pests seem to have died off?  For the same reasons you want to be indoors when it is cold outside, invasive pests do too!  Your home is still in danger of being infested by unwanted pests even during the coldest months of the year.

Termites, carpenter ants, cockroaches, earwigs and many other insects can thrive indoors as the weather is always pleasant inside.  Attics provide a safe sanctuary for many insects as they search for a place to escape the cold.   Pests that live inside the walls of your home are not affected by the cold temperatures outside and continue to feed, grow and multiply.

While it may be tempting to cut your pest control service during the winter season, it is no time to take a break from pest control and is the perfect time for your pest control company to check the insulation level in your attic.

InCide® Pest Control Insulation works in conjunction with routine pest control services and can save you money on your monthly utility costs.  It is easily installed over existing insulation and may be installed in walls without costly renovation.

InCide® Pest Control Insulation offers all the benefits of cellulose insulation combined with pest control protection.  This unique product guards against most common household pests.  InCide® installed in attics and exterior and interior walls will decrease air infiltration, provide excellent sound control properties and slow or stop the spread of fire, while providing non-stop pest protection. The results are significant energy savings, a comfortable and quiet environment, continuous pest control protection and lower utility costs.

By continuing your pest control throughout the winter months and having InCide® Pest Control Insulation installed in your home, you will be one step ahead of these pesky pests when the warmer weather comes around while saving money year round on your monthly utility costs.

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