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Yes, each year as the temperatures begin to drop there are many eager pests hoping to get inside of your warm home to spend the winter. Among the many insects and other critters, boxelder bugs are one of the more common fall pest problems.
While most people in Topeka are still enjoying mild temperatures, the cooler days of fall and winter aren’t far off and as the temperatures begin to drop it is likely that you will notice an increase of spider activity inside your home. Among the thousands of species of spiders, the ones most commonly encountered in Topeka and surrounding areas of Kansas are house spiders, the brown recluse, and the black widow.
The sound of crickets. It may be soothing to fall asleep to at night as long as they are outside of the home and not chirping away inside. Crickets including the common house cricket are found throughout Kansas including Topeka and Kansas City. They become an issue for some homeowners when they find a way to gain access into the home. House crickets are not a dangerous pest but they can certainly become a nuisance between the chirping at night and the potential for chewing up fabrics.
In recent weeks there have been lots of news stories on West Nile Virus and with good reason. As more people continue to be infected, there is a lot of fear and worry on how people get the illness and how they can protect themselves from West Nile Virus, commonly abbreviated to WNV. The good news is that there are many ways in which people can avoid WNV and the KS pest control pros would like to share some helpful information.
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