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In Wichita, Kansas, we often must eliminate occasional invaders for our clients. Centipedes, earwigs, crickets, beetles, spiders, and cluster flies fit into the occasional invader category. These pests may decide to enter your home for several reasons. They might be searching for food or warmth. Alternatively, the occasional invader might be trying to reach the other side of your property. They tend to be found around crawlspaces, bathtubs, basements, cupboards, and under sinks. Although some could be dangerous, most are not. They usually do not spread illnesses or damage your property.
Why Do You Have Occasional Invaders?
You’re likely interested in finding out why occasional invaders have snuck into your home. Usually, there is no universal reason. They could be searching your home for food or warmth. They might be looking for water too. Finally, they might be searching for a way to reach the other side of your property.
Primary Health Hazards
Although occasional invaders aren’t dangerous, the risk depends on the occasional invader you’re dealing with. Some occasional invaders are helpful because they get rid of other pests. They usually don’t damage your property or your food. They normally don’t feed or reproduce inside. They will be a nuisance though.
Eradicating An Infestation Of Occasional Invaders
It can be difficult to deal with a group of occasional invaders. It is normally easier to keep these pests out of your home. Once they’ve found a way to invade, you can eliminate them using your vacuum cleaner. Use it to suck up the occasional invaders. Then, you can dispose of them outside away from your home. Remember that this technique is best for small infestations. If you’re dealing with a large group, it is best to call a professional. Our technicians are eager to help. Call our office so we can help you eradicate the infestation right away.
When Can Someone Arrive?
Get in touch with our office right away. After your initial call, we’ll make sure someone calls you back within 24 to 48 hours.
We Offer Safe Treatments
We always work hard to ensure that our clients are going to be protected. We use numerous techniques to protect our clients. We use techniques that are safe around people, pets, and plants. Our products are approved by the Environmental Protection Agency. Our technicians know how to use these EPA-registered products to keep you safe during each phase of the process. If you want to be protected during each phase of the extermination, count on us.
Avoiding Future Infestations Of Occasional Invaders
It is often easier to keep occasional invaders out of your home. Doing so is easier than dealing with them later. Use the tips below to keep these pests out.
- Make sure your kitchen and pantry remain clean.
- All food should be stored in durable containers.
- Properly seal your home’s exterior walls. Block any small gaps you find.
- Deal with excessive moisture issues right away.
- Fix any water leaks you have.
- Check bags and boxes before bringing them into your home.