proof. Pest Control in Bloomfield, MI
Common Pest Issues We Treat in Bloomfield
Common types of pests we treat include:
Some of the other local Bloomfield pests we see a lot are carpenter bees and cockroaches.
Bloomfield Spider Control
Venomous or not, spiders are one of the most feared pests commonly found in homes. From wolf spiders to hobo spiders to black widow spiders to brown recluse spiders to house spiders, these pests are never welcome guests.
Without professional pest control, keeping spiders out of your home is very difficult to do. These critters have no trouble finding openings into your house and making themselves feel right at home.
Spiders are drawn to houses that can provide:
Shelter: Spiders escape extreme weather conditions by hiding away in dark corners, basements, crawlspaces, and attics.
Mates: During mating season, males will enter your home in search of mates.
Food: Other pests are spiders’ main source of food, so they will come into a home if they know there are plenty of other pests there.
Boxelder Bug Control in Bloomfield
Boxelder bugs are a common annoyance in and around Bloomfield. Most often found near boxelder or maple trees, boxelder bugs can be a particular problem for Bloomfield residents in the fall.
As the weather cools, large masses can enter homes in search of a warm place to live in during the winter. It’s common to spot boxelder bugs this time of year around your windows and doors, trying to get in.
In March and April, they will want to get back outside to eat fallen boxelder seeds and newly developing leaves on boxelder trees or maple trees, so you might see them again as they try to get back out of your home.
Bloomfield Carpenter Ant Control
Another unwanted pest, carpenter ants are commonly found in Bloomfield because they thrive where there is damp, aged wood and water. No wonder they love it here!
In the spring and summer, often after a rainy day, flying carpenter ants will emerge to swarm and mate in the air. The new young queens will then land on the ground, break off their wings, and look to start a new nest.
Carpenter ants love to nest in homes because they contain wood to nest in, water to drink and often food as well. If they do enter your home, you’d better beware: their nests can cause severe structural damage over time.
If you are in Bloomfield and you are concerned about an infestation of pests, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us! Call us now for a free quote from one of our Michigan pest specialists.