Come late spring or early summer in Sussex, you probably can't wait to get out on your pontoon boat. Be aware that you might have some unwelcome company.
A fishing boat covered up for many months in Sussex is ideal breeding ground for creepy-crawlies. They love the damp inside. With its many crevices and compartments, a pontoon boat offers friendly confines. Bugs get active in spring laying eggs.
The stage is set for an unwanted surprise – a welcoming party of Sussex spiders – when you pull off the cover for the first time.
Sure, you could engage in attempted bug removal, or try to get rid of the insects on your own.
Here's an easier, faster solution: Have us spray your sail boat at the beginning or end of the boating season. Proactive pest control will kill and control critters throughout your boat. You'll save time, not to mention the irritation of an eight-legged hitchhiker unexpectedly visiting you or a guest.
Given that some spiders (such as the brown recluse) have venomous bites, protecting against them is common sense. Please remember that ski boat treatment must be done before a boat is put in the waters of Sussex.
For many people in Sussex, southeast Wisconsin and northern Illinois, summer is all about boating. Click here to schedule a pontoon boat application, so that you can be sure the only guests aboard will be invited ones.