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From time to time, a pest can enter your home. You may not understand why, but they’re entered, and you want to get rid of them. You’re dealing with occasional invaders. These pests tend to invade homes while searching for food, water, or warmth. They might be trying to reach the other side of your property. When these pests enter your home, they tend to hang out around sinks, crawlspaces, basements, and tubs. Some of the most common occasional invaders in Philly are earwigs, beetles, ladybugs, spiders, cluster flies, and centipedes.
Why Do You Have Occasional Invaders?
Occasional invaders tend to enter homes for several reasons. They might be looking for food or water. Alternatively, they could be searching for shelter.
Occasional Invader Dangers
Eliminating Occasional Invaders In Your Home
Don’t delay finding a solution for this problem. Remember that the occasional invader in your home likely doesn’t want to stay. One way to get rid of them is by sucking them up with your vacuum cleaner. Once they’re stuck inside, you can dispose of them far away from your property. Some infestations contain many occasional invaders. Alternatively, they might be too creepy for you to handle on your own. If you’re dealing with either scenario, call us and we’ll remove the occasional invaders for you.
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Be sure to call our office when you’ve had enough. Our representative will call you within 24 to 48 hours.
We Offer Safe Occasional Invader Treatments
It is wise to be worried about pesticides. Some exterminators use these products haphazardly and without regard for your safety. We don’t. We always work diligently to keep our clients safe. Our technicians are instructed to eradicate the pests using products registered with the EPA.
Preventing Invasions Of Occasional Invaders
You can take certain steps to prevent occasional invaders from entering your home. Use the tips below to achieve this goal.
- Make sure your food products are stored in durable, resealable containers.
- Clean your kitchen and garbage areas regularly.
- Properly seal your exterior walls. Be sure to check for gaps around doors, windows, pipes, and cables.
- Fix water leaks and deal with excess moisture.
- Make sure your basement and crawlspace are properly ventilated.
- Check food packages and shipping containers before bringing them inside.