When looking for the perfect place to live, why not head to the perfect balance between homes meant for commutes to the Twin Cities Metro area and cabins meant for escaping the crazy metropolitan rush? Living in Forest Lake definitely gives you the best of both worlds: a short jaunt from the entertainment bathed in city lights and all natural Minnesota with about as much lake acreage as city land right in your front, back and side yards. When considering the beauty of this quaint town, it is no surprise that a larger than normal share of insects, arachnids and rodents take up residence in that area as well.
Ideal Breading Grounds
From the lakes to the woods, Forest Lake is full of ideal breading grounds for pests: mosquitoes breading in the wetlands, spiders encircling the lakes with webbing to catch their next meal, voles and mice breading in the flowing grasses and flowers, and crawling insects sprouting out of everything in between. If your grade schooler needs some bugs for a school project collection, you don’t have to travel far to complete it.
Must I Share My Home?
These pests would be a welcome portion of the cityscape….if they would just stay put, but for some strange reason, these bugs and rodents think that the siding on our homes, our well manicured landscaping, as well as the interior of our homes are the perfect vacation spot for them. They like to escape the heat, the rain, and the cold and snow just as much as we do. The question remains: do I have to share my home and yard with these pesky creatures if I want to live in the bliss of Forest Lake?
Thankfully, there is a way to avoid this. Your local Pest Experts at Rove Pest Control keeps tabs on what insect, arachnid, and rodent patterns are developing in the area. They not only are aware of the trends, but they have the tools and know-how to effectively establish barriers before these pests get a chance to settle in. Already have more than you want? No worries, they can quickly and painlessly evict the unwanted loafers. Call and schedule your free inspection today.