PROTECTING YOUR PROPERTY AND OUR ENVIRONMENT.
As insects are more diverse than any other group of animal, you could understandably be unsure how exactly to wipe out an infestation that emerges in your home or business. You would be right to assume that different types of insect call for different eradication measures.
Insect species include flying insects like flies, stored product insects like moths and beetles, and such ectoparasites as fleas and bed bugs. Gardens are also not entirely immune to infestations from insects like ants, woodlice and ladybirds; these are all examples of normal garden insects.
Why should you act to prevent these insects infesting?
Ants: Many ant species opt to build nests just outside a building which they then enter to forage for food. Flying and black garden ants can both emerge during summer.
Flies: These can be irritating and carry many bacteria including ecoli and salamenla. Their sticky foot pads can also transfer excrement particles to food.
Cockroaches: These can bring dirt into a home, where the cockroaches can rapidly breed and sustain themselves on nearly any food. These stubborn insects need to be professionally eradicated.
Moths: After entering a home, moths can leave eggs in dark, briefly-disturbed places like wardrobes and cupboards, where these insects can damage stored clothes.
Carpet Bugs: These things are minute but are very hungry little bugs that live on carpets, jumpers, blankets and other materials made from natural fibres like Wool, Feathers, Silk and even Hair.
Bedbugs: Being nocturnal, bed bugs are hard to spot, but can leave itchy red bites on parts of the body that come into contact with infested bedding.
How can I prevent bed bugs?
Consider reducing clutter in your home to reduce hiding places for bed bugs and vacuum frequently to remove any successful hitchhikers.
Are cockroaches really indestructible?
Despite the common mantra that cockroaches would be capable of surviving a nuclear war, they aren't quite indestructible. Cockroaches are indeed much more resistant to radiation than vertebrates; however, other insects, like fruit flies, remain more radiation-resistant than cockroaches.