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Summertime Summertime

Since summer has arrived, we have seen variations in temperature and precipitation that have sparked new growth and awakened bugs. As the weather warms up, summer bugs start to pounce, putting a stop to your pleasure of the outdoors. Among the troops in this reemergence are mice, rats, termites, spiders, mosquitoes, and carpenter ants. It is essential to safeguard your family and possessions against the harm and risks posed by these pests. Some of the dangers posed by these warm-weather pests are detailed below.

The "buzz" that permeates a room at night may drive anyone insane. There are other dangers besides the grating, stinging bite. Mosquito-borne illnesses such as the West Nile virus, Zika virus, dengue fever, Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), Western equine encephalitis (WEE), St. Louis encephalitis, and chikungunya fever can seriously illen you and your family members.

Carpenter Ants
These summer insects do not eat the wood, but rather excavate it to build a nest. Carpenter ants prefer nesting outdoors, but they can also be attracted indoors. Once indoors, these insects create the tunnel in wood, colonize the walls of your home and compromise it's structural integrity.

The majority of spiders found in the United States are harmless, however both brown recluse and black widow spider bites can be lethal due to their extreme toxicity. Being around spiders is not very enjoyable, even if the majority of them are neither harmful or have a very sensitive section of their mouth that cannot pierce human skin. Controlling the food source near your home is the most effective strategy to stop spiders from scurrying into and leaping around your house. Keeping in mind that spiders devour other insects, eliminating other insects near your home would diminish their supply of food. The majority of web-spinning spiders prefer to remain near the light source because it makes it easier for them to catch flying insects that are drawn to the light. Spiders are social insects that live in big groups, like ants and bees, although they are solitary creatures by nature. They like to operate independently and don't want to share food as hunters. Because of this, spiders may be efficiently eliminated one at a time, unlike bee and ant diseases, which disappear after the queen is killed and the colony falls.

These insects known as "summer bugs" are strictly wood-eating carnivores. They are social insects that live in colonies, much like bees and ants. They are typically soil-dwelling, subterranean insects, but when they invade buildings like houses and offices, they may become a major problem.

Mice & Rats
Rodents may directly infect humans with numerous potentially dangerous diseases by bites, interactions, or urine, or they can do so indirectly through vectors (infected fleas that then bite humans). The plague, rat-bite fever, hantavirus, tularemia, lymphocytic choriomeningitis, leptospirosis, salmonella, and pathogenic E. coli infections are some of the well-known and prevalent illnesses spread by rodents.

If you have problems with the summer pests (carpenter ants, mosquitos, spiders, termites, mice or rats) in Nassau, Suffolk and Queens, Call us now or fill out our free quote form. 

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