Moth Pest Control
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Professional, efficient moth pest control covering all London areas
Moths such as Food, Clothes, and Carpet Moths, are not only annoying but can cause a lot of damage to clothes, soft furniture and carpets. The presence of moths in commercial buildings can lead to reputation damage, failed inspections, fines, and even shutdowns.
Removing a moth infestation on your own is not easy or straight forward. If you need help with moth pest control, speak to us.
Our moth pest control methods vary on the type of property being treated. Moth Fumigation is an effective solution for large-scale commercial buildings while heat treatment can be suitable for residential issues.
All methods consist of chemical-free and eco-friendly treatments that pose no threat to people or pets. Once we have completed the work, we guarantee that all moths, larvae, and eggs will be completely removed from your property.
OUR 3 STEP PROCESS
Discovering A Moth Problem
Moths can cause a loth of damage once they have infested a property. The best would be to avoid any moth issues, however, you can look out for the following signs and if you you think you have a moths. then you should speak to us about our moth pest control service.
- Small maggot-looking larvae in your dry food, flour, oat, rice, etc.
- Uneven holes in your clothes or textile materials
- Silky tunnels, tubes, or cocoons close to your natural fiber garments
- Adult moths flying or walking around
- Shedding garments, upholstery, or carpets
- Visible threads on carpets
Professional Moth Treatment
If you have a moth issue in your house or commercial building, you’re likely looking for a fast and effective moth pest control service, before the moths and their larvae damage clothes, furnishings and carpets or contaminate food.
As professional pest control experts, we can easily tell the difference between various moths and define the best treatment method.
If you need assistance with a residential or commercial moth infestation, BioActive Pest Control can help you.
Preventing Moth Infestations
Moths can be as persistent as any other type of pests. They can hide their eggs well in places that one can never think to look for. However, experts suggest some common things to prevent moth issues
- Securely store all dry foods
- Dust and vacuum regularly
- Change vacuum bags often
- Clean suitcases and other travel bags
- Wash infested items in hot water
- Store textiles in airtight containers
- Use bay leaves on your pantry
- Frequently inspect food storage areas and closets
- Wash clothes before storing them
- Clean affected areas, textiles, and furniture
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Common Types Of Moth To Look Out For
There are three types of moths that can destroy a lot of stuff you hold dear including that valuable wedding dress that was passed down through generations.
Clothes moths prefer darker environments such as closets and attic spaces. It is the larvae of these moths that do damage by creating feeding tubes out of fabric and feed on wool, silk, cashmere and leather. These larvae can be very difficult to spot as their feeding tube is often the same colour as the fabric they are situated on.
It’s important to clean clothing properly before storing and check any second hand or vintage clothes before brining them into your home
Food Pantry Moths
This is one of the most common cause of moth infestations. They are attracted to a wide range of food staples such as oatmeal, flour, cereals, and any type of dry goods that can be stored.
They lay their eggs in the food and even though they don’t pose a threat to human health the simple thought of eating moth eggs or larvae is not pleasant.
This species of moth is different to the clothes moth although they are smaller. The carpet moth larvae are not limited only to carper fiber. It can feed on anything made of natural fire including upholstered furniture, cushions, and curtains. They can be found on any fabric item and can also live in air vents or lint ducts.
These moths are attracted to dirt and debris found on carpets. Vacuuming regularly is one of the best ways to prevent carpet moths from being in your home. It’s important to remember to vacuum under furniture, and other areas that are hard to reach, where moths might lay their eggs.