A cockroach infestation is unsanitary and poses serious risks to you and your family. As nocturnal creatures, cockroaches live in the dark, beneath appliances, under beds and in cracks of the walls. They have no qualms eating and drinking your food and beverages and can easily transfer diseases to humans, such as salmonella and diphtheria. Look out for signs of an infestation, such as:
Bedbugs are making a comeback. Bedbugs are small insects that live on the blood of animals and humans. They don’t fly, but they do traverse floors, walls and ceilings. They can get inside your home completely undetected through luggage, clothing and used furniture. Bedbugs are active predominantly at night and usually bite people as they sleep.
If you are experiencing itches in the morning that weren’t there the night before, you may have a bedbug issue. Also, be on the lookout for any of the following:
There are many different types of house spiders that prove to be a nuisance to homeowners. While not typically dangerous to humans, the presence of these house spiders can be disconcerting at best. When frightened or threatened, a house spider can deliver a painful and venomous bite. If you’re experiencing excessive house spiders, call Aamcott Pest Control today.
Carpenter ants can wreak havoc on wood in homes, office buildings and other structures. Unlike termites, which consume wood, carpenter ants use it to build nests. The tunnels they create can result in a weakening of the structural integrity of your building and lead to thousands of dollars in damages.
You may have a carpenter ant infestation if you notice any of the following warning signs:
Call Aamcott Pest Control to schedule an appointment so we can determine to what extent carpenter ants have infiltrated your walls. If we find an infestation, we’ll safely eradicate it for you.