Winter is about over, and that only means one thing. Yes, it means the heat is almost upon us, however, something far more annoying is on the way. We are talking about the bugs. One thing about the Springtime in Florida is the fact there are so many bugs and pests we try very hard to avoid. Nobody likes to get a bit constantly. Unfortunately, it almost seems unavoidable. Sterling Pest Control Orlando, is here to protect you this spring when the heat brings in all those unwanted pests. It is up to you to take advantage of Florida pest control or risk the chance of getting bitten alive!
No More Bugs! Roaches and Mosquitoes
No matter where you live, it is safe to assume you have come into contact with one the most unpopular and prominent bugs in America: the cockroach. They are extremely difficult to kill if you do not have the proper tools, and their infestations can be frustrating.
Most people shutter at knowing there are more than 3,500 cockroach species in the world. And unfortunately, 70 of those species live in our great state.
Florida roaches are not only a nuisance, but they can also destroy food, damage books, and fabrics, and spread disease. How often you use at-home treatments to rid your home of roaches does not matter. They will find a way back in. The key is that if they do come back in, they will die. That’s what the professionals can guarantee.
What about the other unwanted visitor? In any geographic region, mosquito season depends on two factors: rainfall and warm temperature, two things Florida takes pride in. In many parts of the country, the first warm days of spring signal the start of mosquito season and winter’s first frost signals the end—except in more arid areas, where mosquito populations don’t pose a problem even in colder months.
But while January is normally Florida’s coldest month, that’s still a relative term. Mosquitoes in Orlando, for example, have enjoyed mild winters in recent years. In January 2017, Orlando’s low temperatures dipped below 50 degrees Fahrenheit on only a handful of days, and daily highs generally reached the 70s and 80s. Fifty degrees is about the threshold for mosquito season: Below that temperature, mosquito populations die off; above it, they can live, reproduce and thrive.
Since mosquito larvae are aquatic, water is another important factor in supporting mosquito populations, and rainfall and aquatic areas abound in many regions of Florida. Thus, due to water and warmth, most parts of the state harbor both native and invasive species of this pesky and ubiquitous insect.
Get Rid of Them All With Florida Pest Control
Do you feel like pests have taken over your home? Are you ready to do something about it? At Sterling Pest Control, we are here to help. We provide a number of different pest control services in the Orlando, Florida area and are known for our friendly, professional, and experienced service.
Our staff has over 50 years of combined experience in the pest control industry, and our company has been serving the Central Florida area since 1991. When you turn to us for help with a pest problem, you can rest assured that we know what we’re doing.
Call For Pest Control Orlando
We are the experts to trust when it comes to Florida pest control. At Sterling Pest Control we will make sure your home is safe from unwanted bugs and insects. We take pride in being the best in pest control Orlando. Call or visit us today for more information.