The Fall Crawl
Every year, hundreds of millions of insects rush to shelter as the temperatures drop. This phenomenon is known as the Fall Crawl. Fleas, ticks, ants, spiders, and other pests make their way to the closest thing they can find for shelter to fight off the cold. More often than not, human homes are the perfect place for bugs to hunker down. Learn about what pests head inside during the Fall Crawl, where they go, and how to prevent their entry today.
Who Heads Inside?
The Fall Crawl is host to many species of insect and arachnid, including: