As February winds down, it's time to start thinking about spring. With all the cleaning and warm weather activities it can be easy to forget about the pests that are coming. Not many pests are as creepily elusive as the cockroach. Aside from being an evasive nuisance, cockroaches can have measurable effects on your health. Not only do cockroaches leave scent trails that bother your breathing, they also use the trails to communicate to their friends. Have no fear, Franklin Pest Solutions has the tips you need to stop an infestation in its tracks.
Each year, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America designates May as National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month, an ideal time to educate the public about triggers, prevention and treatment measures for asthma and allergic diseases. In recognition of this important observation, Franklin Pest Solutions reminds people that a few simple pest prevention measures can go a long way in combating allergies and asthma this spring.
Topics: allergies and asthma
May is National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month. Why? Because it's the WORST month of the year for allergy sufferers. And not just because of the pollinating trees outside. I'm definitely feeling the affects of that right now, myself. Studies have shown that cockroaches cause allergy issues and asthma especially in children. As you're spring cleaning, if you notice signs of pests, please reach out to us! We'll help you out by telling you if it's something to be concerned about or if the bug you found was just an ocassional invader.
The weather is getting warmer outside and bugs are starting to crawl out of the woodwork. This time of year, as we come out of hibernation ourselves, it's smart to think about pest proofing as part of our household spring cleaning. Why? Bugs are a nuisance. And as if that wasn't reason enough, add all the property damage, health risks and sanitation issues they cause.