Now that the weather is getting colder, you may start to see unwanted insects seeking shelter in the last place you want to see them, your home.
If you begin to notice spiders, ants, potato bugs, beetles, and other pests inside or around your home, you may want to consider getting started with a perimeter pest program.
What is a Perimeter Pest Spray (PPS) Program?
Perimeter pest spray helps create an instant and lasting barrier around your home to keep unwanted pests from coming inside.
Your perimeter is everything that surrounds your home – your lawn, landscape beds, deck, garage, and whatever else might be on your property. The Perimeter pest spray targets these unwanted pests from the outside before they can make their way inside.
There is never a bad time to prevent bugs from getting in your home. The best time to start a full perimeter pest program would be in the spring, but that does not mean getting started protecting your home in the fall is ineffective.
A preventive treatment in the fall season helps address potential pests before they go into hibernation or even lay eggs.
Perimeter pest spray in the fall can be your first step to a pest-free environment year-round. This will help you see fewer bugs when spring arrives, and preventive treatments will continue to ensure these unwanted pests stay out.
Our Weed Pro team offers a Perimeter Pest Spray Program that targets those unwanted pests that intrude on your home. With our pest spray in place, a better barrier is created around your home to shield it from any other insects that could try to enter.
The best part is, the technicians never need to enter your home, the treatment is performed 100% outside. Weed Pro’s perimeter pest spray is not harmful to people or pets, so your home will be bug-free for you and your loved ones!
The Benefits of our Home Perimeter Pest Spray Program:
- Keeps unwanted pests out of your home
- Takes control of a variety of insects
- No need to leave baits around your home
- Treatments are on the exterior of the home only
Remember, it is not just about the bug(s) you see, it is also about preventing the ones that you don’t.