We at City Pest Control Inc have a comprehensive fumigation plan that works for both food infestations and fabric infestations. We have a thorough inspection and treatment plan. Drop us a line anytime at 416-410-2786. We will help undertake a moth habitat reduction plan or even go for chemical treatments that are not too expensive! Moth extermination usually consists of fumigation and this is usually the last resort in a host of other treatments. For our clients in Brampton and Gta we we are proudly providing pest extermination service over last 20 years, City Pest Control Inc, use products and chemicals that are scientifically safe and are commonly accepted chemicals used as the pest control for moths. After a thorough clean up and extermination, we also undertake a proper monitoring with pheromone-based moth traps that help prevent the regrowth of the infestation sites and moth population. Since prevention is better than cure, we advise you to also learn about moth growth and life cycle to prevent its recurrence. So call us over!
About Moths: – Moths typically are two winged insects that are covered in scales. With a coiled proboscis and large eyes, they can be of different species and dramatically different in appearance. There are large moths and tiny ones that have brilliant metallic hues. The large ones may be of dark brown color. The indoor moths, which are commonly seen in home infestations and outbreaks are about 2 cm in wingspan.
Life cycle and habitat:- Though moths do not have any significant impact on man, they can be blood feeders that are a direct source of food for other mammals and birds. Indoors, these moths can either feed on fabrics and expensive fibers along with kitchen items. Most of the moths found at homes are called nuisance pests. They avoid light and can be found in basements and attics, cellars and closets. These are hardly noticed and can in the long run damage clothing and furnishings. Moths may attack sweaters and blankets, decorative items and animal based fabrics. They always breed on blended and stained materials.
How moths spread in your home?:- The most common ways in which a moth enters a home is through a vent or an outlet. It can be unintentionally brought into the home through infested food and plants. Fabrics are also moth carriers and can be the root of entry.
Prevention Guidelines: In order to prevent moths from entering your home, you should clean your pets often and make sure that their food is clean. Also, inspect clothing and never have bright lights shine throughout the night. Light significantly attracts moths to your home.