Arkansas Pest Control
The 3 million people living in Arkansas enjoy the humid subtropical climate that the state possesses. Close to the Mississippi River, the state has a diverse collection of plants and animals…and pests. Despite the changing flora and fauna across the state, certain pests are constantly found throughout. The extreme weather of Arkansas (which results in thunderstorms and ice storms) make it even more necessary for these pests to invade houses and other buildings for shelter.
Best Choice – a professional pest control service
A professional pest control service will help you eliminate these pests in the proper way, something you would not have been able to do on your own. Professional exterminators possess the knowledge and expertise to deal with pests keeping in mind the climate of Arkansas and the habitats of the pests.
Commonly found pests in Arkansas –
They can invade your home and contaminate your food. They can spread diseases, and even their droppings are a nuisance. House mice are known to cause structural damage. They survive the extreme Arkansas weather by hiding in basements and attics.
These silvery insects prefer dark, damp environment and can thrive in any season. They are found inside books, clothes, unused boxes and in basements, attics, and bathrooms. They can cause allergic reactions in people. Silverfish feed on sugars and carbohydrates, and so can eat up your books, documents, and other items.
The house centipede is a many-legged creature with orange-brown markings. About 2 inches long, this creepy crawlies come out at night time. They can often bite humans when threatened, and cause allergic reactions. Tropical conditions suit the centipedes, which is why they are common in Arkansas.
A universal pest, the German cockroach prefers dark and damp environments and can thrive under all sorts of extreme conditions. It can spread diseases, contaminate food, lead to bad odor and stains and cause allergies.
Termites are often considered the king of all pests. Their extreme adaptive nature has allowed them to thrive across the world. Termites can infest your house and eat up your furniture and belongings!