Insects are Addicted to the Hot Weather, Learn How to Prevent Them as Much as Possible

Don’t be too quick to blow out your insect repellant candle. The high temperatures and low moisture create a perfect breeding ground for insects.

Insects thrive in this heat, especially after a mild winter, and will continue to be a nuisance all over the United States until the weather cools. Grasshoppers, crickets, bees, ants, and, of course, mosquitos are some of the common threats, and with no rain in the forecast, you can be sure these insects will be coming inside your home, searching for water.

Be sure to call Platinum Mosquito Protection to ensure you have taken all preventative measures to stay bug-free this summer and into the fall.