Occasional invaders come in many shapes and sizes. They invade structures when the outside environment becomes too unfavorable for their survival or to overwinter. They enter the structure through utility penetrations, soffits, loose siding, cracks and crevices, improper door sweeps, missing caulk, holes in screens, or firewood and potted plants that may be brought inside.
Being that they live and reproduce outside, they do become a nuisance when they move inside and bite, pinch, contaminate food, stain clothing, damage household goods, or create foul odors. Our team uses a variety of control measures to eliminate these occasional invaders. Let our professionals protect your living environment when these invaders decide to make your home their home!