Preferred Pest Control OC Lists 5 Signs Of Infestation All Homeowners Should See

Orange County's leading pest control specialists, Preferred Pest, lists the 5 signs of infestation every home owner should be aware of. Preferred Pest has long been known for their quality service, but people may not know that they specialize in organic and safe pest control.

Fountain Valley, United States - January 21, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Preferred Pest Control Orange County – Orange County’s leading pest control specialists, Preferred Pest, lists the 5 signs of infestation every home and business owner should be aware of. Avoiding an infestation of any kind is imperative to the health and wellness of your home and office, as well as the people and pets that inhabit the space. Preferred Pest Control has long been known for their quality service, but people may not know that they specialize in organic and safe pest control. If one or more of the following signs are occurring, it’s time to call Preferred Pest Control in Orange County.

Physical Damage – While searching the perimeter of your home/office, its important to look for points of entry. Holes in the walls no matter how small can lead to infestation issues. Missing shingles or any exterior damage could be a sign rodents have entered your home. Not only can they chew through drywall and insulation, they can cause serious problems by chewing through electrical wires. Any exterior opening should be dealt with immediately to prevent further access.

Strange Sounds – As spooky as it sounds, strange sounds coming from your attic space or between walls is likely the cause of a decent sized rodent. Listening for scratching or scampering noises day or night can help determine if your home has been infested.

Foul Smells – Starting to notice a strong ammonia odor wafting through home? It could be rodent urine, a sure sign of infestation. Rodents eat a lot—and produce a lot of waste. There’s also the unpleasant possibility that rodents will die within your attic or walls, and their decaying bodies will emit foul odors as well as being a health risk.

Droppings – Rodent droppings are an unmistakable sign of infestation. They may be found anywhere in the home and are a breeding ground for dangerous bacteria. Anytime droppings are found, its important to call a pest control specialist right away.

Nesting Materials – Like anything, insects and rodents are searching for a safe place to nest and will normally use any type of material available, even animal hair. Rodents can also use insulation to build their habitats. Looking for signs of destroyed or ruffled insulation, as well as scraps of organic materials that may be brought in from outdoors, can help determine if its time to call Preferred Pest.

Preferred Pest Control is proud to be the premier eco-friendly pest control services provider in Orange County. If you suspect an infestation or any other pest problem, give them a call at (714) 486-2637 or visit https://www.preferredpestcontroloc.com/

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Name: Ron Caccamise
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Organization: Preferred Pest Control
Address: 17150 Newhope Street #807 , Fountain Valley, California 92708, United States
Phone: +1-714-486-2637
Website: https://www.preferredpestcontroloc.com

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