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Natural Pest Control for Your Royal Oak Rental Property

Keeping Your Royal Oak Rental Property Pest FreeWhen pests attack a rental property, they can cause a lot of inconveniences. Nobody prefers a home bursting with creepy crawlies, including the health and sanitation issues they can bring. Even though pest control is ordinarily the obligation of the renters, keeping your single-family rental homes free of common pests should be a vital part of your customary maintenance program, and one you should aid your renters with managing.

However, spraying toxic and harmful chemicals in and around a home is not, each time, the nicest option. Tenants with pets and children may dread about pesticides harming their dear family, and tenants with certain health conditions may be jeopardized, too. In that event, then natural remedies for pest control is for you. Some professional exterminators say to use natural products, and those are worth probing a bit more and perhaps offering a list of preferred providers to your tenants. Though there are also things you and your tenants can do to keep your Royal Oak rental homes pest-free in natural, safe ways.

One natural method to control access points for insects into the inner parts of the house is to use coffee grounds. Quite a few household pests don’t like the smell, and so sprinkling your used coffee grounds in areas where you think the bugs are coming in might be just as effective as a spray.

In the yard and garden, if you detect aphids eating your landscaping, try burying a banana peel next to the affected plant. The peel will enrich the soil while keeping your garden bug-free.

If fruit flies in the kitchen area disturbance, try using apple cider vinegar to destroy them. Simply pour just enough of apple cider vinegar in a small bowl, cover with plastic wrap, and poke a few small holes in the top. They’ll be lured to the vinegar, but then will get meshed under the plastic. No more fruit flies!

To exterminate other kinds of flies, try planting a pot of sweet basil and keeping it near to your door. Rosemary and sage are two more herbs that help keep mosquitoes away, a little anti-pest herb garden in the making.

Ants are another usual pest and can be hard to do away with. Try pouring cornmeal in little piles where you’re noticing ants, inside and out. The ants will eat the cornmeal, but can’t digest it, and will in time die out. Another economical and helpful answer is to mix dish soap with water in a spray bottle and spray the ants as well as where they come in. Others include peppermint oil or leaves which is also usable in keeping mice at bay.

Effective pest control doesn’t need to be pricey or a health hazard. But if your Royal Oak rental property does get encroached, you need a property management company that can help find the excellent solutions to unwanted pests. At Real Property Management Metro Detroit, we tender personalized and complete property maintenance that is assured to shield your real estate investment, whether from pests or everything else that might cause your property value to lessen. For more information, please contact us online or call us at 248-808-6550 today!

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