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What Are Occasional Invaders?
When you search your home, you may run into bugs you’ve never seen before. It isn’t a major infestation since you’ve only found one or two bugs, but you still want to get rid of them immediately. If this is the type of situation you’re dealing with, you have an occasional invader in your home. Although you might be able to tackle the problem without professional assistance, it is best to hire a pro. Remember that occasional invaders usually aren’t dangerous.
Which pests fit into the occasional invader category? The following pests belong to this group.
What Causes An Occasional Invader?
Ultimately, the cause of the occasional invader will be hard to pinpoint. You won’t find out until you’ve identified the pest. However, you’ll discover that these pests can enter your home when searching for warmth, food, or water.
Are Occasional Invaders Dangerous?
Many consumers are concerned that occasional invaders are going to pose a health risk, but they usually do not. Still, you won’t know how dangerous the pest is until you’ve determined the species. Although they’ll enter your home, most occasional invaders are not going to feed or reproduce inside. Still, they will become a nuisance.
Getting Rid Of Occasional Invaders
You’ll want to keep occasional invaders on the outside of your home, but this might not be easy. The best solution is by keeping them away from your property. Despite taking numerous steps, there is still a chance that these pests will find a way into your home. If this happens, you’ll want to use your vacuum to get rid of them. You can use your vacuum to collect them. Then, you need to dispose of the contents in a sealed bag. There is a possibility that you have a large infestation, and you can’t handle it alone. If this is the case, you’ll want to reach out to our pest experts.
When Can You Begin?
Is Your Occasional Invader Treatment Safe?
Our team is going to work diligently to ensure that you’re protected during the treatment process. Our exterminators are trained to follow strict protocols to guarantee your safety. We rely solely on safe products that have been studied extensively. They’re registered with the EPA and will not pose a risk to humans, pets, or plants.
Preventing Occasional Invader Infestations
We know that you want to keep occasional invaders and other pests out of your dwelling. Well, follow the tips below, and you’ll be able to achieve this goal.
- Make sure your kitchen remains clean.
- Keep your food items stored in airtight containers.
- Your garbage areas should be cleaned regularly.
- All cracks, crevices, holes, and gaps around the exterior of your home need to be sealed.
- Be sure that the areas under your sink, crawlspace, attic, and basement are dry.
- Check packages and bags before bringing them into your home.