MOORESVILLE, N.C., March 18, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Spring is almost here. With warmer weather coming and anticipation of longer days ahead, now is the ideal time to pay attention to the often overlooked storage areas in and around your home that can attract pests, and cause health concerns as the season changes.
And, with the coronavirus (COVID-19) rapidly declining, refreshing your non-living spaces couldn't be more timely. In 2020 the average homeowner had 57% more food in the home and by 2022 continue to 16.1% more food (according to USDA) and valuables in storage that can act like a magnet for uninvited "guests".
In the past two years our lives have changed. We have all been stocking up on pantry and household staples and preparing more meals at home than ever before. Maybe you even adopted a pet – 23 million American households did – that's nearly 1 in 5 nationwide who now have pet food in storage, or there's a stack of empty cardboard boxes in the garage from all the online orders that have been delivered; both of which makes you even more susceptible to a pest infestation.
All these things, unfortunately, create the ideal habitat for destructive rodents and asthma triggering pests to reproduce. To make matters worse, once they've inhabited your dwellings, it can be almost impossible to get rid of them without calling an expensive exterminator.
According to Kari Warberg Block, Pest Prevention Expert and CEO/Founder of EarthKind, "That's why you must purge with a purpose to deter pests. Simply throwing trash on the curb isn't quite enough. Taking a more proactive approach is required to prevent an infestation and keep your home's health in check. Without a reminder on my calendar, even I forget to check the pest-prone areas like cupboards, closets, attics, garden sheds, and lawn furniture bins. Spring is the ideal time to utilize a checklist to prevent an infestation, plus freshen and protect your homes pest prone areas with EarthKind's Stay Away® essential oil-based pouches."
In addition to these CDC home cleaning recommendations, consider the following tips from Kari to help prevent stressful, messy, and often expensive spring pest infestations:
Earthkind's plant-based, poison-free pest repellents, for Rodents, Ants, Cockroaches, Moths, and Spiders are made with scientifically proven botanical formulas, and come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Taking a naturally smarter® approach that includes expert advice and botanical solutions will help reduce a homeowners' exposure to pests that can carry bacteria, parasites, and pathogens triggering serious health risks, allergies, and/or asthma symptoms.
Earthkind® Stay Away® products are available nationwide at retailers such as Target, Costco, Grove Collaborative, Lowes, Tractor Supply, ACE Hardware and can be purchased online http://www.earthkind.com.
Spring is in the air. Let the clean-up begin to naturally protect your home and the environment as the season starts to bloom.
For media inquiries, more information, product samples or to speak with Kari Warberg Block, please contact Janelle Dunbar at email@example.com or 516.242.7677.
About EarthKind®EarthKind® is the leading pest prevention brand with a mission to reduce toxic pesticide use in homes and businesses by making it radically easier to keep pests out without having to kill or poison them. EarthKind's® 100% guaranteed, top-rated, solutions are produced using ingredients grown on US farms, made by handicapable citizens who care, and formulated to protect your stored valuables without harm to natures delicate ecosystems, or your family's health. EarthKind® is a is a woman owned, Carbon Neutral company.
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