Lots of insects live through the winter. To survive, they either must produce a blood-borne anti-freeze or dig down and go into a super-low metabolic state or just come inside your house, which is the preference for lots of the critters!
Think about it--would you rather spend the cold winter in an old, rotting log, or go into a nice, toasty house that smells like food?
While they often pose no real risk to us, they're still creepy, uninvited, may bite us, and not paying any rent. My vote? Evict with extreme prejudice.
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Yellowjacket and wasp queens are the worst. Right now, they're crawling under the siding of your house and working their way into your attic, where they'll spend the winter. In the spring, they'll emerge, begin building a nest, and then lay eggs like crazy.
The problem is, during that warm spell in January, many of them are fooled into thinking it's April. They wake up, groggily drop to the floor in your kitchen or living room, and buzz slowly toward the windows.
But what works best is a 4x/year plan. The bugs don't make it past our defenses in the first place. And if they do, we don't charge extra if you need an extra visit! Think about it--we treat once inside & out, and from then on, we keep the treatment to the outdoors. We only come inside your house if you need us to--that's pretty handy, especially if you're like most people, and have a job to go to and a family to shuttle around.
The cost isn't that much--usually around $159 for the first treatment, and $89 to $109 per quarterly visit after that (outside-of-town pricing will differ). Ants in the kitchen in December? No extra charge. Spiders in the corner of the basement? Gotcha covered!
Call 800.422.4803 and let us schedule a free quote for you. And have a pest-free fall!