Termites are silent, yet deadly. They are drawn to wood and moisture and will make a feast of inner walls and furniture as they reproduce and spread more and more colonies for infestation.
Spiderscreate webs, until they get tangled in ours.
Cockroaches are nocturnal insects, so if you see one in your home or restaurant during the day, that could be a sign of a critical infestation. Although you might spray the life out of the few that you do find, their eggs are immune to the poison, enabling the colony to outlast the effect of your insecticide in the long run. Get professional help now!
Ants are usually drawn to water and sweet or greasy food substances. If you've been seeing ants in your home, there's a chance of infestation. However, killing those few ants doesn't kill the colony, and not all types of ant infestations require the same extermination techniques.
Flies. It's already a burden dealing with your annoying cousin; no more room for annoying flies!
Bees. Their honey is sweet, but their sting is oh, so bitter...
Centipedes. Do centipedes really have a hundred legs? I guess we'll never find out once they go extinct.
Crickets are commonly referred to as the soundtrack of an empty audience for a reason.
Bed Bugs.These tiny blood-suckers can be caught anywhere, whether in a hotel, in the gym, or a stranger's home. The best way to stop an infestation is to prevent it by stopping the bed bugs before they colonize your mattresses and furniture.
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Miceare much smaller than Rats, which only makes them more of a direct threat. Their ability to sneak into the smaller compartments of your food storage brings the health hazard right into your favorite meal.
Rats typically assemble in hidden places, and occasionally come out to tamper with your food, water and other resources. They also carry diseases transmissible through bodily fluids and parasites, and they reproduce rapidly, so don't wait!
Rodents Rodents are mammals of the order Rodentia, which are characterized by a single pair of continuously growing incisors in each of the upper and lower jaws.