Occasional Invaders

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As a fair intelligent individual, you probably don’t need a pest management pro to tell you, occasional invaders are pests that occasionally get into nearby properties. This is a given. However, would you be surprised to learn that these pests don’t want to be in your home? They are only there because they must be these.

They are usually forced indoors due to unsuitable weather conditions. Most of the time, they aren’t in your home to feed or breed, which is a huge plus when you think about it. Whether you don’t want them there or out, they are there, and it will take some doing to get them out. It’s best to start with learning as much as you possibly can about these creepy crawlers.

What Kind Of Threat Do They Pose?

You along with most homeowners will be glad to learn there aren’t a lot of threats attached with occasional invaders. In most cases, they are more than a nuisance than anything else. There are some occasional invaders that can bite and sting, but they don’t carry or transmit diseases. They don’t even stand to cause structural damage, but they can spread harmful bacteria throughout the property. They can contaminate your food sources and destroy you’re your delicate materials and houseplants.

Snails, without a doubt, will be one of the more problematic in the garden, as they can be extremely destructive for plants. The presence of some of the creepy crawlers could also mean that you have underlying moisture problems. Regardless, any of these pests in the home mean that you have openings for someone. These pests are getting into the property somewhere. Whether it is through cracks and crevices in the foundation or through utility openings, these are openings you will need to get sealed up.

Where Can I Find Occasional Invaders?

Knowing where to search for occasional invaders will be imperative towards your elimination efforts. The only problem with this is that it can be tricky. It’s so tricky because occasional invaders aren’t just one pest. They could be a whole handful of pests with differing characteristics and traits. For instance, you could be dealing with silverfish, earwigs, and ladybugs all at the same time. This being said, there are some more common areas you’ll want to search for these pesky pests. They are more than likely going to be found hanging out in dark, damp areas.

Gardens, flower beds, woodpiles, under landscape timbers, containers, and trash cans are other common places you’ll find these creepy crawlers. They like to enter buildings at ground level and hide in bathrooms, kitchens, and crawl spaces. Other common hiding spots are in potted plants, closets, laundry rooms, and areas under sinks and around tubs or plumbing.

How Do I Get Rid Of Occasional Invaders?

Just because occasional invaders don’t pose a threat, you certainly don’t want them lingering around the property. Unfortunately, getting rid of them will not be that easy either. One of the reasons for this is, once again, because you are dealing with so many different classifications. Eliminating each of them might require similar but different approaches. Therefore, the best way to tackle a problem like this is by turning to our pest management services.

We offer specialized pest management services for your specific local area. With over 30 years of experience, we have the tools and knowledge to help you get your property pest-free and keep it pest-free. After performing a thorough inspection of the property to determine which species is present, our professional will perform the appropriate treatments necessary for removal. The better we get started, the better off you’ll be. If you even suspect your property has been invaded, give us a call.

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