When you first started living away from home, did you ever have roommates? Having roommates can be a really great thing: they provide company, help with your weekly house chores, they might even help with the cost of necessities such as toiletries. The best part of having a roommate? The fact that they pay for a portion of your rent, which can take a load off your back. However, not all roommates are great. When you find yourself stuck in a situation with a roommate that is dirty and doesn’t pay rent, it’s time for an eviction.
These filthy roommates are uninvited and try to hide, remaining mostly out of sight. They’ll chew on your walls and leave feces in places that feces should never be. Confused? Maybe you once had a pesky roommate, but here I am referring to the invasion of actual pests and other critters. It takes too much money, time, and effort to maintain the comfortability and cleanliness of your home to allow these pests to occupy your space. However, believe it or not, you could be making mistakes that appear as an invitation for unwanted pests.
Watch out for these common mistakes homeowners make which can lead to pests occupying your home:
If you’re not paying close enough attention, you could be the reason that critters find a way into your home.
By: KayLynn P.
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