Keeping pests and insects OUT of your home
Colorado is home to thousands of species of pests and insects year-round. But only a handful have a tendency to wander into your personal or professional dwelling. They’re particularly evident during periods of hot, dry weather in the spring and mid-summer months, as well as in the late summer and early fall, before the seek shelter from the winter cold.
Indoor pest and insect control is best achieved with an effective outdoor application – keeping both pests and insecticides OUT of your home or building.
Swingle offers HomeShield Insect Defense
Not only do we treat the perimeter of your home, but our licensed technicians will spray up your outside walls by as much as two feet. This practice is uncommon with other pest control companies, yet we find it critical to providing you the results you expect.
Swingle’s perimeter pest control program targets ants, beetles, centipedes, cockroaches, earwigs, fleas, gnats, mites, sow bugs, spiders, silverfish and more. Our thorough, affordable insect control program keeps you safe, while providing you with peace of mind.
Additional benefits of perimeter spraying:
- Application won’t harm soil, flowers, bushes, or lawns
- Controls a wide variety of pests
- Keeps insecticides out of your living space
- Convenient – no one needs to be home
Spiders in Colorado
Spiders in Colorado are found in many areas outside and inside your home. Spider control begins by eliminating places where spiders live, reproduce and feed.
Weeds or trash near your foundation often encourages spiders and other insects to live. The close proximity to your outdoors walls are typically how they gain entrance indoors – spaces around windows and doors, cracks in foundations, gaps around outdoor pipes and wiring.
- Spiders feed solely on other insects, which makes them beneficial in managing pests around your dwelling.
- Spiders often wander indoors in the fall when temperatures force them to find shelter.
- Common indoor spiders include funnel web spiders, cobweb spiders, cellar spiders and sac spiders.
Ants in Colorado
Any our quite common in yards, gardens and fields across the state. There are perhaps thousands of ants living on any one property, though they go unnoticed much of the time – spending much of their life underground.
While their overall activities can be beneficial (feeding on other insects, scavenging helps recycle organic matter) when they enter indoors, they are deemed a nuisance.
Ants enter indoors when they’re seeking food or water, so removing stagnant sources of both will reduce the temptation.