Do you have a pest problem? You may not realize that you have a pest problem until the issue becomes an infestation. Pests are a problem because they can affect your health and destroy your belongings. Pests are attracted to cubby houses for a number of reasons, but the primary reason is because the living conditions are favorable. Pests enjoy being in dark and damp places. Insects and rodents need the essentials humans need, such as:
Cubby houses that were recently built are often built with pests in mind. There are many different things that can be done to prevent pests from entering, occupying, and infesting the cubby house.
One easy way to keep pests out of the cubby house is to inspect it on a regular basis. When you are inspecting the cubby house, look for holes and other possible points of entry. If any holes or openings are found, it will be in your best interest to inspect the cubby house on a regular basis.
2. Remove Food
Although you may not have food for human consumption in the cubby house, there may be food for rodents and insects. If you remove all food sources you can find, the pest problem should dissipate. If the problem persists, you may need the technology and tools of pest control. Pest control can pinpoint the problem areas and address them properly in a timely manner.
Another great way to get rid of these pests is to organize the cubby house. You should get rid of anything that may be causing clutter. Items such as empty boxes and plastic containers need to be thrown out, given away, or used. It is in your best interest not to store these items elsewhere. You can cause an infestation in other areas of the home. Boxes and containers that are stored against walls and similar items that are on the floor make perfect homes spiders. Places that are dark and secluded are great for attracting rats, mice, and cockroaches. The best action to take in this situation is to keep everything clean, neat, and organized so pests will not have a place to hide and make into a home.