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Don’t Want to Share Your Home with Insects this Winter? What to Do Now!


With temperatures cooling off, several kinds of bugs can end up inside your home. These bugs are looking for somewhere warm to stay until spring, so you might find that you need Brick NJ pest control for infestations. Keep the following tips in mind to reduce your risk of having bugs enter your home.

Close Openings

Bugs are experts at finding ways to get into homes. Many can get through tiny cracks and gaps on your home’s exterior, such as in the foundation, around doors and windows or around vents and pipes. To keep these pests out of your home, use caulk or weatherstripping to close up these potential entryways.

Keep Your Home Clean

Having crumbs on the floor or piles of clutter around can encourage insects to stay in your home. You can discourage these pests by keeping your home as clean as possible. Keep food stored in airtight containers, empty your garbage often and sweep up crumbs and other debris. Eliminate clutter to prevent bugs from having a place to nest.

Trim Branches

Many types of bugs use tree branches or bushes to reach home exteriors or roofs. Keep trees, bushes and shrubs trimmed to stop these bugs from using them to get to your home.

If bugs are in your home this winter, contact Allison Pest Control. Our technicians can provide you with dependable Brick NJ pest control services.

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