Don't you just hate it when moths maneuver inside your home, especially when you just opened the door to step out for some fresh air? It happens all the time. Moths are commonly spotted during the spring and throughout the fall. They are very much attracted to artificial light and can be easily spotted during the night near lamp posts. Moths range in sizes from 2mm wing spans to even 150mm wing spans. There are many different types of moths, but in terms of common household moths it really comes down to two main categories: food moths and fabric moths. The Indian meal moth (aka North American High-flyer and Pantry moth) is the norm pest when dealing with moths in your kitchen. Pantry moths are lured by various food attractants which include dry foods such as cereal, pasta, rice, spices, dried fruits, and nuts. On the other hand, you have fabric moths (aka clothes moths) who love to consume fabrics. You can normally spot these moths in closets and laundry rooms.>> Read More
So how are these moths getting into your home? Besides their attraction to contaminated food and clothing, moths can be brought in by other pests. Due to moth larvaes' diet of feathers and hair, rodents and birds are prime for moth introduction. In addition, moths can tote their eggs, dropping them off whenever and whereever within your home. There are a variety of ways moths can move in, but not to worry because we're going to help you move them out.
The most common method to get rid of moths is to set traps. Pheromone traps have been spot on since its arrival in the pest control market. Due to its luring attractants within its inner walls, it is easy as set and forget. Pheromone traps are considered the safest and most effective way to handle your moth problem without the use of chemicals. Of course there are other means of getting rid of your moth problem. We have an endless list of moth control products that will not only kill but repel moths from getting in. We only provide definitive solutions for our moth control patrons. Be confident when buying from Pest Mall, because we're confident that you'll get the job done with our collection of pest control products.
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