Mites. Almost invisible to the human eye until they bite you, and then their presence is felt for days.
While household mites don’t spread disease, they can certainly cause a lot of itchy skin and asthma attacks. The types of mites in your home can vary from clover mites – the tiny red ones that leave a red stain when you squish them; dust mites – whose fecal matter can fill the air breathe; rodent mites – that will bite you and cause a rash; to scabies mites – that cause mange in animals and scabies in humans. The mite is particularly invasive, depositing eggs under your skin which hatch 3–10 days later and living in your skin for 3–4 weeks.there, they feed off your skin and cell secretions.
The average US home collects 40 pounds of dust per year, which is home to at least 15 species of mites that live about 45 days. One ounce can contain over 42,000 individual mites. You might need a mite exterminator if you notice:
You’ve taken the DIY route and tried to exterminate your mites with vacuuming, dehumidifiers, and air filtration. Despite all your efforts, your air still contains hundreds of dust mites’ fecal matter that’s making your kids’ allergic reactions flare up. Don’t worry; you can call us – your NJ exterminators – and we can take care of everything for you. We have years of experience doing this kind of pest control, and our certified mite extermination specialists are ready for your call.
MiteBuster’s NJ exterminators know how to stop these pests from claiming your home as theirs.