Getting Rid of Occasional Invaders is one of PermaTreat's Specialties!
What do they look like?
"Occasional invaders" are critters that come in many shapes and sizes. They’re the pests that come in through a crack, an open door, a hole in a screen, a potted plant, or a piece of firewood. They don’t often infest a home (that is, feed and breed), so this category of insect pests are more of a nuisance than anything else.
Your common occasional invaders are ground beetles, sow bugs, millipedes, crickets, wood cockroaches, cluster flies, lady beetles, springtails, leaf-footed bugs, hornets, wasps, and earwigs. Bats and birds get caught in your garage, and sometimes squirrels will make a home in your attic. And let's not forget all the tiny night-flying insects like moths that follow you in through the door, heading toward the nearest light!
Where do they live?
Generally these pests live and breed outside your home or office, which is why the concern isn’t great. When they’re inside your home they’re either lost or trying to escape harsh winter conditions.
What do they do?
They’re annoying. Other than that, not much.
When should you call a pro?
When you can't get them to leave, then give PermaTreat a call!