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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions About Pest Control in Melbourne

A pest infestation can be hard to spot, and it's not always easy to know when you need help. It is important to call a professional when you start seeing signs of an infestation. Signs that may indicate you need pest control in Melbourne include: hearing noises or seeing bugs inside your home, the presence of pests outside or inside your home or finding droppings or nests around your property.

No, not really. Different types of pests require different methods to control them which is why we don't offer a one-size-fits-all pest control service. We are experts at identifying the type of pest you're dealing with and determining what will work best to eradicate it.

The first step to getting rid of bugs is making sure you know what kind of pests you're dealing with. This will let the pest control company know what products they'll need to use and how much. There are different types of pesticides available, so it's important to consult with a professional before choosing which one to use. Some of the most common types that pest control companies will use when they come out include: insecticides, herbicides, rodenticides, and fungicides.

Most people don’t know that one of the best ways to prevent bugs from coming back is to use a natural pesticide. A natural pesticide will use substances found naturally in plants and household items like borax, cedar oil, peppermint oil, vinegar and more.
Natural pesticides are usually organic, which means they are better for the environment than traditional pesticides.

The most common things that attract bugs into your home include moisture and food. If you have a leaky faucet or pipes, this can cause an excessive amount of dampness that is attractive to ants and other insects. Food is another thing that attracts bugs to your house. Bugs are drawn to any type of food left out on the counter or not put away properly. Crumbs on the floor also attract them, as well as dishes left out in the sink.

Yes, there are a variety of natural alternatives to killing bugs. One option is to plant certain plants near your home or workplace that are naturally bug repellant. These include citronella grass, lavender, rosemary, and wormwood. You can also make your own natural pest control with ingredients such as ground cloves and peppermint oil.

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