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Homes are getting cozier and lifestyle centric, all thanks to today’s creative interior designers sprucing up homes in a conducive and luxurious manner. For some homes, due to space constraints, space layout is constructed creatively to suit multiple purposes and activities. Here are some common home habits that might be inviting house pests to your living or bedroom.
#1 Open concept 2-in-1 Living & Dining Area
For smaller apartments, the living and dining area is usually integrated to utilize the minimal space effectively. As a result, we tend to do many things in the common space including snacking tea breaks and meals while working or watching TV. House Pest Danger: Food crumbs and sugared drinks may drop onto your fabric sofa, rug/carpet, trapped between gaps and corners of your furniture. Too tiny to be seen and these leftovers are excellent meals for ants and cockroaches.
#2 Overly cluttered with furniture & fixtures
Another common home challenge is the overly cluttered living hall area with furniture, book shelves, TV entertainment and artefacts that creates more blind spots and potential habourage area for pests. House Pest Danger: dropping food bits or beverage spilling among these clutter makes it harder to spot and clutters hinder adequate and thorough domestic cleaning. Find out where are cockroaches favourite hiding spot in a home.
#3 Bedroom is transformed into entertainment space
#4 Study corner are designed within bedroom
In today’s busy work environment, and the work flexibility trends, we all bring work back home. Rushing deadlines and clearing outstanding would also mean working at home over the night and weekends. With study corners incorporating into bedrooms or spare room, it also means attracting these common pests that seeks the same food source as us in the room. House Pest Danger: Leaving half eaten food on the table or disposing the waste in your room’s bin is a bad home sanitation habit that encourages pest infestation.
Symptoms always start small and unobvious. For example, cockroach droppings and nymphs. It is helpful to start noticing them early, so that you can take quick and early corrective actions before infestation turns heavy. Caution: Spotting cockroaches in the day could mean your home has quite serious cockroach problem.
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