Learn about the various seasonal pests, DIY tips and tricks, and other useful things regarding pest control in the Baton Rouge area!
When Louisiana finally sees cold weather, there's often a nice break in some of the pest problems we're used to, such as mosquitoes. However, the winter weather brings in its own pest problems if you're not careful. These cold-weather pests are looking for warmth, such as your home.
If you're buying or selling a home, then it's important to make sure you're prepared for anything that may come up. One thing you may come across is what's known as a WDIR, or a Wood Destroying Insect Report. Buyers and sellers should understand what a WDIR is and what it means.
When Fall finally rolls around, Louisiana's temperatures become bearable and we're able to spend more time outdoors. Not only is the weather nicer, but mosquitoes tend to be less of a problem. However, some pests tend to become more of a problem in Fall and the cooler months.
Lately, it seems like we've had more rainy days than sunny days. Our yards are wet, our lawns are high, and there are puddles in our yards that can't seem to dry out. Eventually, we'll get back to sunny days. However, until then, it's possible that you'll start experiencing some pest problems.