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At some point, you may hear the term occasional invader. The phrase is used to describe certain pests that enter your home randomly. It isn’t one type of pest either. It could be a centipede, earwig, cricket, or beetle. Rest assured knowing most occasional invaders are not dangerous to people or pets. They usually won’t damage your property either. They’re generally found in sinks, crawlspaces, basements, tubs, showers, and cupboards. We can help you get rid of them. While there are others in our area, we regularly eliminated earwigs, pillbugs, crickets, beetles, ladybugs, spiders, cluster flies, and centipedes.
There are numerous causes of occasional invaders. They can enter your residence for several reasons. They might be searching for food or water. Otherwise, the centipede could be looking for a way to reach the other side of your property.
Remember that the risk level of the occasional invader depends on what you’re dealing with. Most occasional invaders aren’t going to be dangerous to you or your pets. Some can be helpful because they’ll get rid of other pests. Although they won’t destroy your property, they will be a nuisance in your home.
Eliminating Unwanted Occasional Invaders
Find a way to eradicate the occasional invaders in your home promptly. If they found a way to sneak into your home once, they’ll come back again. Therefore, you should remove them using your vacuum cleaner. Doing so will prove to be easy and safe. Suck them up in your vacuum. After that, you can dispose of them away from your home. If the problem is too much for you to handle, call our office. We’ll rectify the issue for you immediately.
We strive to provide our clients with rapid results. When you pick us, we’ll take care of the issue swiftly. Call today and you’ll hear from us within 24 to 48 hours.
Pick us to put your mind at ease. We’re confident that you’re going to be in good hands with us. We use the safest solutions for our clients. Our products do not pose any health risks to people, pets, or plants. We only use EPA-registered products to protect you during each phase of the treatment procedure.
Preventing Occasional Invaders From Invading
In many cases, the best offense is being defensive. Keep these unwanted pests out of your home to avoid future issues. Follow the tips below to do this.
- Begin using durable, resealable containers to protect your food products.
- Clean your kitchen several times each day.
- Properly seal around your windows and doors. Eliminate any gaps you find to keep them out.
- Deal with moisture issues. Fix leaks and decrease moisture levels.
- Make sure that areas under your sink and crawlspace are dry.
- Check all boxes and packages before carrying them into your home.