Kakabeka Falls Pest Control: Moths
The Indian meal moth is a common pest recognized by its pale gray or coppery brown front wings. Similar to a small pinkish caterpillar in its larval stage, this moth hides within and feeds on stored food products.
Moths get inside a home or commercial location via open windows, doors or accidentally from infested plants or items such as rugs, clothing or linens. A potential problem for residential homes, bakeries, restaurants, grain industries and warehouses storing grains, cereals and flour, moth infestations are also easily spread worldwide through commercial trading.
Outdoor lighting during the evening hours is also a significant factor in attracting moths to residential or commercial location. The Clothes moth is considered to be a serious pest since they derive their main source of nourishment from natural fibers and dry food products that include all grains and pet food stored anywhere in homes or businesses across the Kakabeka Falls region.
Professional Inspection for a Moth Infestation
Canadian Pest Control pest management specialists will carefully inspect carpets, closets, bedding pillowcases, food storage areas and all items made from natural fibers at your home or business in Kakabeka Falls when checking for a moth infestation.
Eco-Friendly Moth Removal and Prevention Tips
Our licensed and experienced Kakabeka Falls technicians will apply several non-toxic moth control and removal measures that include:
Heavy Duty Moth Removal for any Industry
In the case of a persistent moth infestation, Canadian Pest Control pest management services include the application of specially formulated insecticides and pheromone treatment techniques for guaranteed results.
Call us for a free consultation to learn more about how to handle a moth infestation at your location in Kakabeka Falls.
Facts about Moths
Any dried food product should be checked regularly for the presence of moths. Maintaining high standards of cleanliness in cupboards and food storage areas helps to avoid infestations. Call a professional pest control expert at Canadian Pest Control for a licensed inspection.