Some of the pests that come with spring and summer present some major health risks, like the Deer Tick passing on Lyme disease.
To most people, spring is all about the temperatures rising and the outdoors once again becoming a pleasant place to visit and get active. But with the rise in temperature means a rise in wildlife activity, and that includes insects.
You do not necessarily need to be living in a wooded area to be the victim of rodent infestation. Field mice or voles, rats and squirrels are just as eager to get out of the extreme weather conditions as you are.
Indoor pests are common throughout the year, but can become especially prolific during rainy weather. There are many reasons this happens. First, some bugs thrive in moisture and have a population explosion.