More than just fluttering around lights and annoying you, moths can do some serious damage to any clothing or bedding made from wool, silk, fur, felt, feathers, or other natural fabrics. There are a several types of moths that cause infest and damage these materials. It is the adult moths that feed on them in some species while the caterpillars of other species will also feed on them. Because moths prefer dark areas such as basements and attics and are typically only active at night, they can often be present in large quantities before they are discovered.
Moth Extermination Procedure
The first thing we do with any moth extermination is an inspection to determine what type of moth we are dealing with. This will help us know where to look for them and how to make sure that they don’t come back. Once we have eliminated the moths and sealed any possible re-entry points around your home, we recommend that you take a few steps to protect your belongings from any future moths. This may involve using cedar wood or moth balls, or storing items in plastic bins.
Exterior Moth Problems
If you have a garden with tomatoes, cabbage, and corn, we can help offer you solutions to exterminate the moth larvae that are ruining your plants. Whenever dealing with food items, we make it our highest priority to use the safest possible methods so that there is no risk to you or your family ingesting harmful chemicals that we may use to kill moths. Instead, we choose organic or safe options as often as possible when working against garden pests.