A home or any structure is a place you go to feel safe, enjoy life, and or do business. When it comes to protecting buildings, it’s important to be mindful of your surroundings and do everything possible to keep them from becoming inviting places for pests. Sealing of entry ways for pests, such as small cracks and crevices, gaps between wood and brick, unsealed areas around AC lines, gas lines, phone lines, cable lines, and stuffing of weep holes, are all means of exclusion methods we specialize in, as well as many others.
In order to prevent pests, we must think like one. How many ways can a potential pest enter a home, building, or structure? What can be done to make their task an impossible one? If there are any holes, cracks or imperfections that can provide a potential entryway for pests, it should be fixed or properly sealed. If you’re handy, you may be able to do the repairs yourself. Otherwise, the Bill Clark Bugsperts of the Southeast Texas region of Beaumont, Port Arthur, and Orange have skilled technicians who are able to seek out those small areas where pests are able to gain access to your home or structure, make the proper recommendations, and properly seal those entrances to prevent entry. The key to pest exclusion for your home or any structure is to make it more difficult for pests to gain entrance. The best prevention to pests is exclusion.