This is my intake on the top 5 most annoying pests.
Ants- living with in the wall void areas, they can infest homes by the millions. Pharaoh ants, for example are one of the most impossible pests to get rid of.
Bed Bugs- These pests are known to drain people both physically and emotionally. Bed bugs rapidly reproduce in uncontrollable numbers and can often put people into a state of insomnia. Falling asleep could mean that you can be their next blood meal…
Cockroaches- these unsanitary pests can really become a nuisance once they begin to multiply. Once the roach infestation gets out of hand, they may even raid inside the refrigerator.
Moths- harmless, yet one of the most nuisance pests. Not only do they multiply rapidly in our pantries, but also in our closets… leaving behind trails of their existence by evidence of holes on our nicest cashmere sweaters.
Spiders-a common house hold pest attracted to clutters and vacant areas. They are feared by many people and sometimes there can be extreme cases of arachnophobia.
How to Get Rid of Mice Effectively
People have been asking this question for years and they’ll continue to ask it for years to come. Lets face it, mice are here and they’re not going anywhere. Mice are the number pest, period, of all the vertebrates. How, you ask? Because mice are ubiquitous (they’re everywhere).
Getting Rid of House Mice
If you want to get rid of them from your environment, it’s simple, clean your environment. Mice are in constant search for food, water and shelter. Eliminate these sources and watch your mice problem diminish. Be sure to pick up after yourself. Don’t allow conducive conditions. Clear any build up. So getting rid of mice is not a hard thing to do. However, if they’re in your structure, you have to build them out and kill them in place. You can use poisons, rodenticides, bait stations, glue boards, snap traps and mouse traps.
How to get rid of mice, there are a number of different ways to do it.
When applying poisons or snap traps you have to be sure to place them in reachable areas. The last thing you want is a dead rodent(s) behind your walls giving off a tremendous and unbearable odor. So be creative on where you place your traps and poisons.
So remember, clean up your own property and eliminate potential sources of food, water and shelter. Prevent any conducive conditions where mice can inhabit and breed. After that, you should be good to go!