With birds migrating back north and animals coming out of hibernation, your home can be the target of new homes for the spring mating of wildlife. Weather inconsistencies such as bitter cold days followed by hot rainy ones may inconvenience people, but they often drive pests into homes. The beginning of Spring in the New York/New Jersey area is looking to be an open season for wild animals to invade your home.
The changes in temperature have been causing what is known as “false springs” in the environmental world, when animals and plants become more active during the warmer days only to be suppressed as colder weather sets in. The extreme changes in weather day to day can affect growth and development of animals in the area, leading to more diseases and a need for better shelter. The rapid changes in weather can often damage or warp roofing and can weaken already damaged parts of your home.