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From time to time, an unwanted guest is going to invade your home. You may know why or what it is, but you’ll want to get rid of it as quickly as possible. These pests may enter your home because they’re searching for shelter or something to eat. Alternatively, they may be looking for warmth. In general, occasional invaders can be found in your crawlspace, basement, bathroom, and under your sink. They could be anywhere.
Typically, they’re not dangerous and won’t bite. Most do not transmit serious illnesses. Rest assured knowing that most occasional invaders will not damage your property. Some of the most common occasional invaders include earwigs, pillbugs, beetles, crickets, silverfish, ladybugs, spiders, and centipedes.
Why Occasional Invaders?
There is no specific reason these pests have invaded your home. It depends on the circumstances and the type of occasional invader you’re dealing with. However, they may be searching for food, warmth, water, or shelter.
Occasional Invader Dangers
Although it depends on the type of occasional invader you have, most aren’t dangerous. Most occasional invaders do not bite, transmit illnesses, or destroy property. Some are helpful since they can get rid of other pests. Still, they’ll become a nuisance in your home so it is best to get rid of them promptly.
Removing Occasional Invaders
Take steps to get rid of occasional invaders as quickly as possible. To do that, you need to work with a qualified exterminator. However, you might be able to remove a few occasional invaders. If you have one or two pests in your home, you can likely suck them up with a vacuum. After that, you can empty the contents outside. Working with an exterminator is best for dealing with larger infestations. Plus, a professional can help you keep these pests out of your home.
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Preventing Occasional Invaders From Entering
Take the steps below to keep these pests out of your home.
- Make sure that your food products are stored in good containers.
- Clean your home thoroughly often.
- Seal any gaps and cracks you find around your exterior walls.
- Take your garbage out frequently and keep your garbage spot clean.
- Deal with leak and moisture problems quickly.
- Improve the ventilation around your basement, attic, crawlspace, and sinks.
- Check packages before bringing them inside.