Identifying Insect and Pest Problems
Insect and pest encounters are common within homes and storage spaces. At some point in your life, you’ve likely discovered ants crawling around in your pantry, had spiders in the corners of the room or centipedes and millipedes throughout your wall spaces. These creatures travel fast and know how to move within small areas. If/when you run into a bug in your home, you can quickly do some research to find out its species and what threat it may pose. Common types of insect/pest species in Raleigh include:
- Boxelder bugs
- House crickets
- Pill bugs
Crawlspaces, bathrooms, basements, attics or potted plant areas are a few places you can check around for unwanted pests. Critters can easily get inside your home, often climbing between cracks and crevices in these wall spaces, or in areas where high moisture is built up. They move swiftly and tend to lay eggs and create nests in these spaces, as well, leaving room for their young to settle throughout your home.
How We Can Help
Critter Control of the Triangle technicians are certified wildlife specialists with the knowledge and tools to eliminate insects and pests from invading your property. Your home and property items are at risk of permanent damage without proper maintenance. Our trained Eco-Wise pest control professionals have your health in mind. For safe, environmentally-friendly insect and pest control methods, call the experts at Critter Control’s Eco-Wise pest control. Our experienced professional team knows how to deal with insects and pests. Contact our offices today at (919) 382-0651 for more information.
Disease Risks at a Glance
Insects and pests can carry diseases and pathogens such as salmonella and E. coli.
We service the greater Triangle area, including all of Wake, Durham, Orange and Chatham counties and cities like Raleigh, Durham, Cary and Chapel Hill.
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