With us it’s very simple:
Flour moths can be introduced into your home by several routes. Often you have purchased a product that contained them and they have multiplied.
( Bags of birdseed, rice, pasta, cereal etc). You can recognize where they breed because of the many silk threads mixed in with the food.
If you find them, throw the food away because their droppings contain a toxin that can be harmful to humans.
Like the moth, the clothes moth comes out when it is dark. So you will be able to see them flying when you turn off the lights.
The moth, it is mostly interested in textiles of animal origin such as wool but they will also attack linens or cottons.
They lay eggs on fabrics that have been stored for a long time in the same place and the larvae bore holes in them to feed.
Visit our encyclopedia of parasites, you’ll learn more about these insects.
Don’t know what to do to get rid of them, call us, we can help. First, an expert eye will be able to tell you the possible origins of the infestation during an inspection. The technician will be able to give you instructions on how to properly prepare a treatment.
Then, they will be eliminated with hormone baits and a residual insecticide treatment will also be needed to ensure that the reproductive cycle of these insects is broken.
We follow the recommendations of Health Canada and the Quebec Ministry of the Environment to ensure the best possible application of pesticides.
We work for you, and your health is important to us.
We serve the greater Montreal area, Longueuil, Laval, the North Shore and the South Shore.
We also treat all other pest problems ( rodents, carpenter ants, cockroaches, bed bugs, grubs etc)
To learn more about these pests, visit our encyclopedia of parasites.
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