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Professional Occasional Invader Pest Control Detroit MI
Occasional invader is a term utilized in reference to insect species that occasionally invade commercial, residential, and industrial buildings. These insects infiltrate buildings to avoid spending the winter exposed to the elements and in search of a food supply. Others accidentally find themselves indoors. Whatever the case may be, every home and business in the City of Detroit is at risk of an occasional invader infiltration.
Insect species that make up the occasional invader classification:
What Is Causing Occasional Invaders To Target My Detroit Neighborhood?
Some occasional invader species overwinter (hibernate) throughout the winter season. To avoid the outdoors while in the overwintering dormant state, the occasional invader will search high and low for a structural vulnerability. Something as tiny as a gap between the floor and bottom of an entrance door threshold is accessible for occasional invaders.
What Is The Most Recommended Occasional Invader Pest Control Treatment?
When it comes to an occasional invader infiltration, various types of insect species can be involved in the process. This is especially true for the overwintering occasional invader, such as the cluster fly, ladybug, earwig, and beetle. In order for the pest control treatment to be effective, it must target every occasional invader species. We believe, our professional pest control is the solution. It combines routine in-home visual inspections with adhesive insect traps and industrial-strength pesticides or insecticides.
If this is your first occasional invader infiltration, you are probably unfamiliar with the common hiding places. These insects prefer dark, warm, and damp shelters in discrete locations inside the home. They can be found hiding underneath bathroom and kitchen sinks, in basements, crawlspaces, and shower rooms, and crevices near bathtubs.
Do Occasional Invaders Spread Disease?
There is no evidence that connects occasional invader species to infectious diseases. The beetle and cluster fly have been associated with food- and water-borne illnesses. These illnesses – Shigella, salmonella, and E. coli – are related to contaminated food or water sources.
Venomous spiders also pose a health risk to humans. A venomous spider bite can cause a mild to a severe allergic reaction. Mild cases will resolve without medical intervention. Severe cases, on the other hand, may require intravenous antibiotics and surgery to remove necrotic tissue.
Should I Be Concerned About Chemical Pesticide Exposure?
No, our exterminators will request in advance for the impacted home to be vacated. We do not treatment homes that are occupied by humans and/or animals because the risk for chemical exposure is extremely high.
Our pest control product line contains EPA environmentally-friendly formulas.
How Can I Prevent A Repeat Occasional Invader Infiltration?
Doing your part will definitely help our exterminators and your family from a repeat occasional invader infestation.
- Fill all occasional invader access points with a waterproof sealant
- Develop a cleaning strategy that will target clutter and areas where food is served and prepared
- Remove all household waste to an outside waste bin at least once each day
- Replace manufacturing food packaging with glass or BPA-free plastic containers with resealable lids
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