CRAWLING INSECT CONTROL
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Insects are thought to represent around 90% of the diversity of animal life on earth. There are over a million currently described species and an estimated 10 million species in total.
The majority of insects have wings in the adult stage and move around mainly by flying. Some insects, such as cockroaches, have wings but are reluctant flyers, preferring to crawl to find food and shelter. Termites and ants are mainly wingless, so most of their behaviour involves crawling, and produce ‘reproductives’ that are temporarily winged during a short breeding season.
Other insects, such as the flea and louse, are wingless and can only crawl or jump to move around. Crawling insects here refers to insects that are perceived as pests mainly due to their crawling behaviour.
No one wants crawling insects in their home. At CJ Pest Services we understand the importance of maintaining a pest free, comfortable and safe environment for your entire family. Whether you are dealing with ants or a full-blown termite infestation, CJ Pest Services can help. We have the team and the tools to eliminate your pest problem and help you prevent any future pest infestations.
Our trained and professional staff can quickly diagnose the crawling insect that is bugging you and implement a pest management solution customized to your home and your budget.
Common Crawling Insects Include
Businesses, organisations and homeowners need to control insect pests to:
Prevent damage: insects can damage packaging and goods such as clothing and furniture.
Prevent and eliminate contamination: food in storage or processing is subject to insect attack or contamination.
Prevent disease: insects can carry a large number of diseases that affect humans and animals, both farm animals and pets.
Conform with the law: laws and regulations require control of insects in property, especially for food handling, and health and safety. Failure to comply can lead to prosecution.
Prevent financial loss: caused by damage to goods, compensation, litigation and loss of trade.
Prevent loss of reputation and goodwill: the presence of insects on commercial premises and damaged goods are unacceptable to other businesses and the public.