Ants, roaches, flies, and spiders are just some of the many pests that can invade homes, gardens, and structures, causing damage and possible stings and bites. Many of DoMyOwn’s insecticides and pest control kits can be used to control different pests at once, making them a smart purchase.
Designed for customers who have already purchased and used the General Pest Control Starter Kit - Economy, General Pest Control Starter Kit or for customers with a suitable pump sprayer and hand duster. Comes with larger size of Cyzmic CS.
Designed for customers who have already purchased and used the NY General Pest Control Starter Kit or for customers with a suitable pump sprayer and hand duster. Kit is for general pest control maintenance.
A ready-to-use formulation to kill over 50 types of insect pests for both indoor and outdoor use. Kills on contact.
Household pests, or house bugs, can span every inch of the property and home you own. Some pests can sting, bite, or injure you. Most try to go undetected, seeking the resources in parts of your home or garden. There are wood destroying, food contaminating, fabric pests, and many vertebrate pests. These vertebrate pests can be dangerous and are generally attracted to the household bugs or just seeking a new home in your home.
Pests can gain access to your home anywhere they can find an opening, and this is often your fault. If there are any holes or damaged walls, they will gain entry into your home. Fortunately, there are many do-it-yourself pest control options available to you for combating pests in and around your home.
The first uncontrollable causes for increased house bug populations are the changes in seasons or weather, which can influence sudden emergence of all kinds of insects. When the weather shifts towards earlier warmer temperatures can also lead to the early blooms an emergences of house bugs. The high populations of insects around the home increases the pest predator populations as well.
Fall and winter seasons are usually the most common for household pests trying to gain access to your shelter and food. The cold usually kills most types of house bugs.
Summer and spring seasons are usually the peak of insect and other pest populations.
As the temperature and moisture levels increase, it is commonly known as the season for growth. Growth can be great for your garden and decorative landscaping. The negative to that is with the thriving plants come the growing house pests populations to feed.