Have you ever opened up a pantry product and found webbing inside? Have you ever had a hundred ants crawling between the living room and the kitchen? Have you ever had to kill a spider before taking a shower? Have you ever had a hundred boxelder bugs or ladybugs, crawling all over your screens or, worse, inside your curtains and on your window sills? We could go on and on and on. The list of problems that come from having bugs and wildlife invade is extensive and startling. But, maybe–just maybe–you can make this year, the year you stop living with these pests.
We know how tough you are. It’s not easy living up near the Great White North! You’ve learned how to drive to work with a foot of snow and ice on the roof of your car or truck. You shrug off the fact that sometimes you can’t even get in your vehicle until you’ve chipped the ice off. And, you know what it is like to be eaten alive by black flies while you mow your lawn. We get it. You’re tough. While everyone else in the country has to shovel their driveway, you also have to shovel the roof of your house. That takes moxie! But, even though you’re tough, we would like you to consider the benefits of year-round pest control.
No matter how tough you are, Lyme disease and other pest-related illnesses can cause lifelong health issues that can sap your energy, cause your joints, muscles, and skin to ache, and increase complications for heart disease and neurological disorders.
When bugs and wildlife come onto your property and invade your home, they don’t just cause you discomfort. They can also plague your pets.
You can probably live with a skunk getting under your porch or hiding under your shed because you have a nose of steel, but when animals invade, they can cause other problems–problems that could take money out of your pocket–money you might not have to spend.
When bugs get in, they don’t just crawl on your walls, inside your curtains, on your window sills, and across your television; they can damage your belongings. While you can put up with the irritation of bugs landing on your food and standing on the most frustrating spot of your television or computer screen–finding holes in your favorite shirt, important documents, wallpaper, curtains, and antique furniture is just not okay.
Hopefully, you get the point. While you’ve proven that you can handle anything life throws at you, we would like you to consider doing something nice for yourself in 2017. Consider getting year-round pest control from Adam’s Pest Control. Life has enough challenges. Doesn’t it?
Happy New Year from all of us here at Adam’s Pest Control. We hope to make your life a little bit better in the new year.