Occasional invaders are pests that find their way into your home once in a while. They are typically looking for food, warmth, or simply passing through. Popular hang outs for occasional invaders are under sinks, cupboards, crawl spaces, basements, showers, and tubs. Traditionally they are not disease-spreading pests and will not cause any kind of structural damage to your property.
Pests that fall into the occasional invader category include:
House Centipedes can commonly be found in shower drains.
Earwigs are typically found in areas with moisture.
Pill Bugs are also known as Roly Polies, Doodle Bugs
The Silverfish diet consists of carbohydrates such as sugar or starches.
As with most pests, occasional invaders find their way into your home through an opening or crack in search of food, water, and shelter.
Most pests that fall into the occasional invader category are not dangerous and do not pose a threat. Some of them are even beneficial as they feed on other pests. Once inside they do not reproduce or feed, but can definitely become a nuisance.
The best strategy for dealing with occasional invaders is preventing them from entering your home in the first place. Once they have taken up residence in your home, you can try to get rid of these nuisance pests simply by vacuuming them up. If you suspect there are too many, or if it's simply too creepy to try to get rid of them on your own, Contact Rose Pest Solutions for a FREE inspection. We can help identify the source of the problem, remove the pests, and offer some tips on how to prevent them from coming back. If you do decide to tackle the infestation on your own, make sure you remove the vacuum bag when finished, seal it in a plastic bag and dispose of it in a garbage can outside.
At Rose Pest Solutions, we follow very strict guidelines for the use of pest control products so that they pose no hazard to people, pets or plants. Every product we use has been checked and registered by the EPA and our highly trained service technicians will inform you of any safety measures that need to be taken.
There are many steps homeowners can take to prevent occasional invaders from getting into homes: