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Keeping Pests Out Of Your Home

Keeping pests out of your home is important for several reasons. Not only can ants, termites, cockroaches and other pests be a nuisance to both people and pets, they can also spread disease and can even damage your home. DPC can ensure that your home is pest free, ensuring a safe and healthy living environment.

It is much easier and less costly to keep pests out of your home in the first place. An infestation can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars to deal with; in fact Americans spend more than $3 billion on removing various pests from their home in a typical year. Once an infestation is in place, it can also be time consuming and difficult to deal with the problem, involving several visits and plenty of inconvenience.

Termites are perhaps the worst pests to have in your home, and a colony of these tiny cream colored bugs will slowly eat through all the woodwork in your house. At best, you will spend a lot of money replacing the woodwork; at worst, your entire house will become unstable and unsafe to live in. Carpenter ants can also destroy woodwork by nesting inside it, and these ants are more common in hot, humid areas and during warmer weather.

Most people do not realize that bees can damage woodwork as well, and of course, a nest of bees in your home can be a frightening and potentially dangerous thing. Other pests do not cause damage, but can pose a serious health hazard, and stink bugs, cockroaches and mice are all common unwelcome house guests. With many pests, the signs of an infestation are not obvious, and an expert is needed to determine whether you have a problem.

As Phoenix and Mesa pest control experts, we can help to make sure that your house does not have any of the above mentioned pests, or any others. Our professionals have years of experience in dealing with and preventing pests in this part of the country. Spending the time to prevent a pest problem is much easier, less stressful and less costly than realizing that you have a problem and then trying to deal with it.

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