Bed bugs are found in warm, semi-dark areas but most commonly in mattresses and bedding. Nearly invisible to the naked eye, these pests can thrive just about anywhere there’s a frequent turnover of occupants, mainly college dormitories, hotel rooms and even in a home. While checking for bed bugs might not be part of your nightly routine today it's still best you have a look on your bed thereby preventing bed bugs from infesting your home so you can sleep [...]
Cockroaches are responsible for human intestinal diseases, such as diarrhea, dysentery, typhoid fever and cholera. These pests are considered to be dangerous as an allergen source and asthma trigger. They do not bite. They can, however, scratch you with their heavy leg spines. And because they carry bacteria, a cockroach scratch could potentially become infected.
About moths Moths aren’t terribly dangerous household pests. In fact, many of them can be quite pretty or fun to watch as they fly seemingly erratically around well-lit areas of your home. They’re part of the Lepidoptera order of insects, the same one that contains butterflies. There are at least 160,000 known species of moths, only a few of which you’d ever find inside your home. Adult moths aren’t a big threat to your home on their own, but their larvae [...]
Houseflies are one type of fly in the insect order Diptera, all of which have one set of wings. They are also known as “nuisance” flies. House flies are about ¼-inch long and gray. Houseflies are found almost everywhere people live. They lay their eggs on animal faces, garbage, and rotten organic material. A housefly infestation may not be a major concern, but it can also spread diseases. There are many safe and easy ways to prevent infestations or get rid [...]