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As a large part of the United States battles blizzards and frigid temperatures, Southern Florida, known for its milder climate, welcomes visitors to catch a break from the cold and alleviate their winter blues in the soothing sunshine. Do you know who’s not so welcome in Southern Florida during winter? If the temperatures dip below 60 degrees in Florida for a few days, it’s the pesky household pests that invade your home!
South Florida is an attractive place to call home. It’s no wonder termites also love West Palm Beach, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke Pines and other South Florida neighborhoods. Researchers at the University of Florida predict that by 2040, over half of South Florida structures will be damaged by termites.
While mosquitoes can be a problem throughout the year in Florida, summertime is when Floridians have the most trouble with these pests. Since mosquitoes like warm weather, it makes sense that Florida is basically a paradise for them. Identifying potential breeding grounds for mosquitoes in your backyard is the first step to ridding yourself of these irritating backyard pests. Our guide on mosquito breeding grounds will help you locate mosquitoes so that you can enjoy your time with your family.