Fresh coffee grounds smell so strong. Our noses are very keen and pick up on certain scents. So, do bugs! They smell through everything, sniffing their way into our homes and offices. Whether it be the left-over coffee stain near the kitchen sink, or the debris of garbage in the bathroom trash bin, pests find their way in and stay comfortable.
Being a bit scrupulous with cleanliness will ensure that pests steer clear of our homes and offices. There are certain household smells that pests find repugnant. One of many ways to lessen the number of pests travelling through our home or offices, is by using vinegar along the sides of the walls of the sinks.
Smells are important in a home or office. Staying clean is a great way to avoid seeing pests. If all else fails, and you have used some home items to keep the pests out, reach out to your local exterminator.
“Hey Siri! Find me a pest control company!” You say into your phone, and Siri gives you a few choices within your area. Our phones have become an extension of our hands, constantly holding them and using them for various reasons. Once you have located the best company near you, you would probably go to the website, and check out more information about the company and how they work.
Brand recognition is key for most up and coming businesses. Once you have looked at the website, you will find the social media aspect of the company along the websites main page. Upon seeing catchy ads, you book and confirm appointment.
Social media is a high-volume way to ensure brand recognition across the board. It is always about word of mouth and referrals, because we trust our friends. Using Instagram and Facebook are just a few ways that we have started to market our company. The analytics that we see from users who click on a photo, comment, or re-sharing a photo have gone up in numbers since we have started.
It is just one click away, and you are following the companies account – gaining access to deals and informative information in regards to pest control. Being a part of the social media, from a customer’s perspective, is interesting because the customer is able to see how diverse the company is.
An exterminator in green uniform knocks on the door the door opens towards him and he looks down. He sees a noticeable roach in plain sight. Holding a spray tank, he sprays in an attempt to try to kill the roach. The roach stumbles and falls, but gives a movement in an antenna and opens one eye (to prove he is still an active roach). The exterminator leaves, and another exterminator in a grey colored suite, comes in and tries the same method to eliminate the roach. The roach puts his hands up in order to block the spray, and shakes the chemicals off himself, to prove he is still persistent, and a feeling of being used to this. Lastly, a Squash exterminator in navy uniform sees the roach, and with determination he sprays his chemicals, the roach throws his hands up in defeat and dies with a dramatic fall. Then in relief the technician thinks to himself, “I’m killin’ it!”
When you go to flick away that ant from your porch chair only to notice a few more crawling up the leg of the chair you bug out. Now what can you do, you ask yourself? Summertime is the time when the ants get extremely hot and try to find shelter wherever their legs carry them. They invade our homes and offices at a higher rate in the summer and they avoid winter. Seasonal insects require a certain dedication to eradicate them. In order for them to stop reproducing a technician uses a few chemicals to kill them instantly. Keeping your home or office clean is a good way to lessen the number of ants as they are attracted to leftover sweet food or drinks. Avoid leaving a mess and keep your space super clean. On the chance that the ants do like your AC better than the outdoors, reach out to a local extermination company and see what options are available to you.