Most insects, like reptiles, are cold blooded and disappear before the early signs of winter. Their bodies respond to temperature: They find a warmer climate during winter by migrating elsewhere and returning in the spring. Many insects hibernate during colder months by falling into a deep sleep. Ants thrive in deep underground colonies where they have food stored. When the light of the fall sky diminishes, they begin to enter their wintertime sleep pattern.

Water Content

Many insects are also able to reduce their bodily water content to sustain sleep during the winter. Some bugs replace the water in their systems with chemicals remotely similar to the antifreeze we put in our vehicles. The technical term for it is called glycerol. They also put on extra layers of fat to accommodate hibernation and lack of access to food.

Indoor Pests

If some wily pests have found their way into your home or office as a refuge from wintertime hibernation, call the professionals. Mr. Pest Control is here to rid you of pesky insects and bugs. We provide certified pest control with prompt and affordable service. We use eco-friendly chemicals that are safe for use around family, coworkers, and pets. Give us a call today: (705) 739-7378.

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