How to Get Rid of Creepy Pests (Spiders, Bats, Rodents)
The holiday season starts off in the fall with a celebration that is fun and creepy all together. Halloween is known for many things such as ghosts, goblins and creepy pests too! The pests play a huge role in the Halloween night festivities. There are some pests that are symbols of Halloween and the scary part is that they are all real! There are many symbols of Halloween that are fictional but the pests that inspired them are real. These pests just so happen to be huge issues in the fall season as well. The fall season is known for the nice cooler weather which is great for us but not so much for pests. Most of them want to be in a warmer place rather than out in the elements. They are always on the hunt for a safe place to live and nest. These pests that are known for Halloween and also come out in the fall need to each be dealt with if you find them in your home.
Halloween Type Creepy Pests You May Find Around Your Home this Fall
How to Get Rid of Rats in Your Home: One of the most common spoofs you can purchase at a Halloween store is a fake rat! They are large and creepy and if you see one while walking up to a door for candy, it can give you a start. You don’t want to find a real waiting for you on your porch or in your house. A rat is a large rodent that has the ability to cause some major damage to a home. They not only chew through cords and wires but can leave a trail of bacteria ridden, disease spreading feces and urine droppings as well. You don’t want to allow a rodent such as a rat to live around your home and especially in it. If you find that you have a rat that is not a Halloween decoration, you need to make sure that you call out a pest control company as soon as possible. You don’t want to run the risk that your family contracts a rat spread disease their allergies to flare up. There are very particular ways to treat for rats to ensure that they are not living in your home any longer.
Is it a Bat Or Vampire Dracula?: One of the most iconic figures from Halloween all over the United States is that of Dracula. When Dracula changes forms, he turns into a bat that can fly through the night and get where he needs to go. While Dracula is one part of the equation, bats are a big part of what people will use to decorate and try to scare their visitors throughout the night. Fortunately, very few bat species are blood drinkers. During the cooler fall nights you can see six different species of bats flying around your New Jersey neighborhood but none of them drink blood. The problem is that the bats need to hibernate and live somewhere. They commonly can be found under the eaves of a house and even in the attic and chimney of some homes. If you suspect bats and you need to have them removed, you should call a pest control technician that specializes in bat control.
How to Get Rid of Spiders & Webs: Another common decoration to see all over during the Halloween season are spiders and spider webs. With movies out that depict killer spiders, giant spiders and even man eating spiders, they have become a great way to cause a scare for most would be trick or treaters. They are a fun pest to hide around a corner or up in a bush, but if you see them and they happen to be real venomous spiders, you could be in trouble. You want to be sure that you have them treated by a professional pest control company. Dynamic Pest Control offers expert pest control services to control and remove bats, spiders, rodents and other pests.