As the temperature outside drops, we cozy up inside our nice, warm houses. Unfortunately, so do insects and rodents.  Insects and other pests often will enter a home through an unsealed door, torn screen, crack in the foundation or walls. After entry the pest will inhabit a portion of your home and reproduce. After a pest has infested your home it can be very difficult to exterminate.
As the temperature outside drops, we cozy up inside our nice, warm houses. Unfortunately, so do insects and rodents. Insects and other pests often will enter a home through an unsealed door, torn screen, crack in the foundation or walls. After entry the pest will inhabit a portion of your home and reproduce. After a pest has infested your home it can be very difficult to exterminate.
Whether the invaders are as small as an ant or as big as a family of skunks, your best defense against pests is sealing off their entry points into your fortress. Sealing your house can solve many in home infestations.  To prevent these pest from entering your home specific measures can be taken to seal these entry points.
Whether the invaders are as small as an ant or as big as a family of skunks, your best defense against pests is sealing off their entry points into your fortress. Sealing your house can solve many in home infestations. To prevent these pest from entering your home specific measures can be taken to seal these entry points.
  • do

    • seal up cracks and crevices with sealant
    • screen entry points such as vents that open to exteriors
    • remove window air conditioning units
    • assess exterior lighting situation
    • apply insecticide outdoors around perimeter of building by mid-October
  • don't

    • wait to sweep or vacuum up insects
    • fog your entire home or building
    • fear that insects will reproduce indoors
    • worry about bringing outdoor potted plants indoors
    • forget to seal around external pipes leading into the home

Pest Control Services

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Assess Inspection

We will conduct a thorough inspection of your property, bring in state-of-the-art equipment.

2

Implement Getting the Job Done

We will take care of identified problems and fill out a Pest Control Service Ticket.

3

Monitor A Year-Round Solution

We will check for new pests while monitoring the status of previous treatments.

While yellow jackets and other stinging insects are certainly active in the summertime, it might surprise you to know that they become a greater problem later in the season and into fall.
 
If you’re thinking that’s not accurate and you or your family members have the stings to prove it, we get it.  If you spend any amount of time outdoors, you’re likely to run into these pests.  After all, yellow jackets enjoy your flower beds just as much as you do.  They also build their nests in the ground, so you’ve probably seen them buzzing around your lawn.  Hopefully, you’ve not been up close to nest with your lawn mower!  
 
To really sort this one out, let’s take a look at their habits.  Spring and summer for yellow jackets is a busy time.  They’re reproducing and feeding their young with other insects they’ve caught out and about.  Numbers are relatively low at this point but as the summer progresses, the population grows and grows until it explodes later on in summer.  And by explode, we mean that there could be thousands of yellow jackets in a single nest.  The nest is maxed out and the food supplies they’ve relied on are becoming harder to find.  At this point they become a bit...

While yellow jackets and other stinging insects are certainly active in the summertime, it might surprise you to know that they become a greater problem later in the season and into fall.
 
If you’re thinking that’s not accurate and you or your family members have the stings to prove it, we get it.  If you spend any amount of time outdoors, you’re likely to run into these pests.  After all, yellow jackets enjoy your flower beds just as much as you do.  They also build their nests in the ground, so you’ve probably seen them buzzing around your lawn.  Hopefully, you’ve not been up close to nest with your lawn mower!  
 
To really sort this one out, let’s take a look at their habits.  Spring and summer for yellow jackets is a busy time.  They’re reproducing and feeding their young with other insects they’ve caught out and about.  Numbers are relatively low at this point but as the summer progresses, the population grows and grows until it explodes later on in summer.  And by explode, we mean that there could be thousands of yellow jackets in a single nest.  The nest is maxed out and the food supplies they’ve relied on are becoming harder to find.  At this point they become a bit frenzied scavenging for food that will satisfy.  And you know what they find? Our sodas, sweet teas, and barbecue staples.
 
Yellow jackets have a sweet tooth and enjoy ripe fruit and sweet substances.  That’s why they’re often found around cups, cans, and bottles and stopping by picnics and barbecues more often.  Having no shame, yellow jackets will even dive into trash cans and dumpsters in order to score food for the nests.  
 
If you notice an increase in yellow jacket activity this month and are concerned for the health of your family and even pets, contact Adam’s Pest Control.  As a local pest control company serving Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Plymouth as well as communities throughout Minnesota and Western Wisconsin, our team will respond fast and solve your problem - our goal is 100% customer satisfaction.  Don’t wait for yellow jackets to start raiding your family’s meals outside, reach out today!
While yellow jackets and other stinging insects are certainly active in the summertime, it might surprise you to know that they become a greater problem later in the season and into fall.
 
If you’re thinking that’s not accurate and you or your family members have the stings to prove it, we get it.  If you spend any amount of time outdoors, you’re likely to run into these pests.  After all, yellow jackets enjoy your flower beds just as much as you do.  They also build their nests in the ground, so you’ve probably seen them buzzing around your lawn.  Hopefully, you’ve not been up close to nest with your lawn mower!  
 
To really sort this one out, let’s take a look at their habits.  Spring and summer for yellow jackets is a busy time.  They’re reproducing and feeding their young with other insects they’ve caught out and about.  Numbers are relatively low at this point but as the summer progresses, the population grows and grows until it explodes later on in summer.  And by explode, we mean that there could be thousands of yellow jackets in a single nest.  The nest is maxed out and the food supplies they’ve relied on are becoming harder to find.  At this point they become a bit frenzied scavenging for food that will satisfy.  And you know what they find? Our sodas, sweet teas, and barbecue staples.
 
Yellow jackets have a sweet tooth and enjoy ripe fruit and sweet substances.  That’s why they’re often found around cups, cans, and bottles and stopping by picnics and barbecues more often.  Having no shame, yellow jackets will even dive into trash cans and dumpsters in order to score food for the nests.  
 
If you notice an increase in yellow jacket activity this month and are concerned for the health of your family and even pets, contact Adam’s Pest Control.  As a local pest control company serving Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Plymouth as well as communities throughout Minnesota and Western Wisconsin, our team will respond fast and solve your problem - our goal is 100% customer satisfaction.  Don’t wait for yellow jackets to start raiding your family’s meals outside, reach out today!

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