Bugs and critters don’t play favorites; they’ll happily invade every corner of your space, leaving chaos and potential sickness in their wake. They’re not just a nuisance; they’re a health hazard, spreading diseases faster than wildfire. The best shield against these unwelcome guests? Pest control. If bugs make an unwelcome appearance, it’s time to call the pros. Over in Malaysia, Empire Pest Control is the go-to team. They’re ready to swoop in monthly, or whenever needed, to kick pests to the curb, ensuring they can’t sneak in through the nooks and crannies of your place. Imagine living worry-free in a home without the threat of tiny intruders. Keep reading, and discover how peace of mind is just a call away.

Now that you know how vital pest control is, should you reschedule a treatment if rain begins to pour? There’s a common misconception that several homeowners hold about pest control and how it’s affected by rain, so we’re here to correct it. Want to learn more? Check out below!

Liquid Pest Solutions Take Less Time To Dry Even With Rain 

One of the most popular ways to solve pest problems is by using pesticides. Pesticides come in two forms: liquid or granular. Liquid pest solutions have been around since the 1950s when DDT was first used as a pesticide. The great advantage of this type of pesticide is that it takes less time to dry even with the rain! With this in mind, liquid pest solutions are better for humid areas or where rain is common.

When applied to a surface, it won’t even take less than 20 minutes to dry. Since pesticides are developed with bonding agents to adhere to any surface on which they are sprayed, making it a good treatment option. As a result, the pesticide creates an insoluble membrane that is effectively impervious to rain.

Most Areas are Still Treatable With Pest Solutions Most Areas are Still Treatable With Pest Solutions 

Surprising as it may seem, pest problems are usually found indoors. Pests such as cockroaches, mice, bed bugs, and spiders can easily be eradicated regardless if it’s raining outside or not.

But when you’re faced with pests that are setting up a colony outside, should you be worried when rain occurs? The answer is NO! External pests can still be treated even if they’re found outdoors, pests like wasp nests, termite colony and anthills, and more. Your chosen pest technician will establish a strategic method of pest treatment to outdoor covered areas such as the patios, front porch, carports, and balcony.

Rain Will Bring Out Pests

Pests are a major problem for many homeowners, and it can be difficult to exterminate them if the weather is not cooperating. If you want to make pest control easier for yourself, then you should start checking the forecast! When rain is in the forecast, pests will become much easier to see and kill.

When in Malaysia, the rainy season has been rough. The weather is unpredictable, and it’s hard to tell what will happen next. One thing that we know for sure is that rain brings out pests like ants making them easier to exterminate.

The soil will dampen, making it hard for pests to live within it. When this happens, they will start moving out, giving your exterminators a good sight and a chance to exterminate them entirely.

Final Words

Now that you know pest treatment isn’t significantly affected by rain, you don’t have to reschedule your exterminator’s visit and endure the wrath of those annoying pests.