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Pest Worlds' Bug Barometer Report is in, and what you need to know.

As spring approaches, so does the likelihood of pesky bugs and insects making their presence known. A warm and wet start to the season will provide the perfect conditions for mosquitoes and ticks to become active earlier than usual. With more time to breed and spread, these insects can quickly become a nuisance, potentially causing harm to humans and pets alike. As the weather heats up and becomes hot and dry, ants may be driven indoors in search of a water source. These tiny creatures can easily infiltrate our homes and cause headaches for homeowners as they look to establish new colonies. To add to the mix, warmer-than-normal temperatures throughout the season will also allow stinging insects, such as wasps and bees, to thrive. These insects can be particularly dangerous for those with allergies or who are sensitive to their venom. So what can you do to prepare for the insect invasion that comes with the warmer weather? Prevention is key. Make sure to eliminate any standing water in and around your home, as this is a breeding ground for mosquitoes. Keep your home free of any potential entry points for ants, such as cracks in the foundation or gaps in doors and windows. If you're planning on spending time outdoors, be sure to wear protective clothing and insect repellent to avoid being bitten by ticks and mosquitoes. While insects may be an inevitable part of the warmer seasons, taking proactive measures can help to minimize their impact on your home and family. Stay vigilant and take the necessary steps to protect yourself and your loved ones from these pesky pests.

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