HOW TO IDENTIFY A MILLIPEDE INFESTATION
Appearance – Millipedes are small and brown, approximately 3 centimeters long. The can sometimes be mistaken for small worms, but do have many small legs.
Behavior – Millipedes tend to make their presence known just by casually walking across your floor, hanging on the side of your home or seeking shelter in the grass and leaves nearby. Before spotting a millipede, you may start to notice that the tops of your plants are being damaged or the stems are being eaten. Although many different pests may do this type of damage to vegetations, most likely you will see millipedes nearby and catch the culprit red-handed.
WHY YOU MIGHT HAVE MILLIPEDES
Millipedes seek shelter in damp and wooded areas. Even if you do not have a yard that offers this type of environment, you may have a basement or unfinished space within the property that they find just fine for living and breeding. They like to live near fresh vegetation to feed on.
REASONS TO TREAT YOUR MILLIPEDE PROBLEM IMMEDIATELY
If you see one millipede, you can assume there are more nearby. A millipede infestation left untreated can lead to unfavorable situations such as many crawling on your floors or swarms crawling up the sides of your home or in the grass outside.
While millipedes pose no threat to you or your family, having too many of any pest can be a daunting and annoying situation. Our goal is to provide millipede control to your home to get rid of millipedes and keep them away for good.