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What Are Occasional Invaders?
Occasional invaders are pests that enter your home randomly. When looking through your home, they might be looking for food, warmth, or something else. Alternatively, they might be passing through. Occasional invaders are primarily found in bathrooms, tubs, showers, crawlspaces, and sinks. While most are not going to spread diseases or cause structural damage, it depends on the species. Some of the most common occasional invaders will be listed below.
Why Do I Have Occasional Invaders?
Occasional invader sightings are random. An occasional invader may enter your home looking for food or warmth, but they might be trying to pass to the other side.
Are Occasional Invaders Dangerous?
The majority of pests that fit into this category are not dangerous. They shouldn’t pose a threat to you, your loved ones, or your pets. In addition to this, some occasional invaders are beneficial because they eat other pests. Even if they sneak into your home, they’re not going to reproduce or destroy your property.
How Can I Remove Occasional Invaders?
The best way to deal with occasional invaders is by stopping them from entering your home in the first place. If you can do that, you’ll never have to worry about using our services. If they get inside, you’ll need to remove them immediately. One way to do that is by using a vacuum cleaner. Remember to place the vacuum’s contents in a plastic bag and seal it before throwing it away. If you suspect you have occasional invaders, use our free inspection services. We can help you identify the problem you’re facing and find ways to tackle it.
When Can You Begin?
Is Your Occasional Invader Treatment Safe?
Our company works hard to provide safe solutions to our clients. Our exterminators are trained to follow strict guidelines to guarantee that you’re going to be safe. Furthermore, they’re only allowed to use EPA-registered products. Work with us and know you’re going to be protected.
How Can I Stop Occasional Invaders From Entering My Home?
While you can’t stop all occasional invaders, you can stop some. With that being said, you’ll want to use the following tips to keep them out of your home.
- Make sure that your home remains clean. All food should be stored in resealable containers.
- All garbage areas should be clean and tidy.
- Be sure to seal cracks and crevices to prevent them from entering your home.
- Deal with water leaks and excessive moisture.
- Make sure that the areas under your sink, in your bathroom, and in your attic are dry and well ventilated.
- Check all packages and bags before bringing them into your home.
If you’re having an occasional invader problem, contact us. We’ll work swiftly and diligently to fix the problem.