Insights, Tips, and Tales

Why Recurring Pest Control Is Beneficial to You

_ëîé_1

Why Recurring Pest Control Is Beneficial to You

Many people assume that after one pest control treatment, all of their pest problems will disappear. But this isn’t always the case. Many factors play a part in determining how often your home should be treated and how effective that treatment will be. In most cases, it’s best to receive regular treatments. Waynes Service Professionals have compiled a list of reasons why we recommend scheduling recurring pest control treatments.

 

The Kind of Pest Targeted Determines Length of Treatment

Some pests, including cockroaches, are stubborn and would probably survive an apocalypse. These pests require more than one treatment. Other bugs like silverfish are easier to eliminate and may not require as much attention.

Treatment for ants requires consistency and maintenance because they are likely to return after a few months. Your Waynes Professional can help you determine the best course of action. As time goes on, your treatments could become less frequent.

Learn more about preventing and controlling cockroaches.

 

Recurring Outdoor Treatments Are Effective

Waynes Pest Professionals apply the very first pest control treatment inside your home to eliminate the surface problems. The treatments that follow will be applied outside your home to get to the root of the problem. Recurring treatments outside your home create a barrier that drives pests away and expands with each treatment. One treatment inside the home is only a temporary fix. You could see fewer pests with recurring treatments inside, but the goal is to protect your home. And the best way to do this is by driving pests away through recurring outdoor treatments where 95% of pest problems originate.

 

Choose Waynes!

If you don’t have a pest problem currently and want to keep it that way, recurring pest control is a good investment. You don’t want to worry about a pest infestation popping up out of nowhere and causing unwanted stress and expense.

If you have a pest problem, we understand the inconvenience and uneasiness that comes with sharing your home with uninvited guests. It’s not a pleasant feeling and can affect other areas of your life. Simply arranging regular treatment can help relieve some of that stress as you see the bugs start to disappear. Recurring treatments can give you peace of mind so that you can live confidently and comfortably in your home.

Waynes offers a comprehensive pest control program that ensures your home is pest-free year-round. Your Waynes Pest Professional will provide timely and thorough treatments around the exterior perimeter of your home, pulverizing a wide variety of pests. We are also available on an as-needed basis to resolve any interior pest issues. To start pulverizing your pest problem through regular treatments NOW, get in touch with us. You’ll be able to relax knowing your home and family are safe.

Latest from Waynes Blog

What’s the Buzz about Termite Swarms?

Termite swarms can be a scary sight if you spot one near your home. But what exactly are they? In this blog post, we’ll go over what termite swarms are, why they happen, and what to do if you see one. What are Termite Swarms? Termite swarms are a part of the reproductive cycle of…

Learn More >

Waynes Pest Control Acquires Bugs B Gone (Miss.)

Waynes Pest Control recently completed a merger with Bugs B Gone to expand our footprint in the Mississippi area. Through the existing Bugs B Gone Team and others who will commit to serve as we grow, Waynes will continue to provide the same local support and quality service you have come to expect from Bugs…

Learn More >

4 Tips to Tick-proof Your Home

Ticks are more than just annoying pests. They can carry diseases like Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, posing health risks to you and your pets. What makes ticks tricky is their size; they’re small and hard to spot. They can stay on you or your pet for days without being noticed, even if…

Learn More >

One Tree Planted: Our Lawn Care Partnership

As Arbor Day approaches, it’s time to celebrate the beauty and importance of trees in our world. Trees are not just providers of oxygen, clean air, and shade; they’re also crucial in combating climate change. At Waynes Pest Control, we value the role of trees in our ecosystem and are proud to announce our partnership…

Learn More >

Pest-Free Paws: Top Tricks to Deter Fleas & Ticks

Fleas and ticks are irritating little guys that can cause serious issues for your pets if left untreated. This blog gives a quick overview of fleas and ticks and offers a few tips on how to keep them at bay with a bit of preventative action. The 411 on Ticks & Fleas Ticks undergo a…

Learn More >

Your Spring Green-Up: Factors and Strategies for a Lush Lawn

Spring is here, and it’s time to say goodbye to those snow shovels (well, not really for us Southerners). Now, let’s shift our focus to something more appropriate for us fair-weather folks – your lawn! The key to kicking off spring lawn care is giving it the chance to wake up slowly with the warmer…

Learn More >

4 Tips to Help Safeguard Your Home Against Termite Infestations

Warmer weather means it’s time to enjoy spring and summer gatherings with friends and family! But there are some guests that you probably don’t want to invite over: termites. Termites will begin to swarm soon, and as they do, they may decide that your house is the perfect place to crash. So, what you can…

Learn More >

How to Get Your Lawn Spring-Ready

Spring is here, and it’s time to say goodbye to those snow shovels (well, not really for us Southerners). Now, let’s shift our focus to something more appropriate for us fair-weather folks – your lawn! The key to kicking off spring lawn care is giving it the chance to wake up slowly with the warmer…

Learn More >

termites-blog-cover

Why is Your Home a Termite Target?

Why is Your Home a Termite Target? Termites are called the silent destroyers for a reason. They are notorious for causing a lot of damage in a short a

Learn More >

Scroll to Top