First we check all the spots in your home that are likely to harbor water – basements, crawl spaces, bathrooms, etc. – because that’s where we’re most likely to see where the centipedes are. We also inspect the house structure for cracks and crevices they might like to hide out in. We treat all the areas we find centipedes in, and then go about preventing their return. It’s important to seal off entry points and improve poor water drainage around your home, which we advise you on, and we give you tips on how to stop the centipedes from coming back. We believe MiteBuster's integrated centipede extermination system is the most efficient and cost-effective method you’ll find in NJ.
While centipedes are generally useful, in that they eat other pests like worms and spiders, their presence also attracts bigger, centipede-eating pests. Which means your home could become the fast-insect center of NJ, a main attraction. And centipedes can bite, leaving you or your family members with a few days of severe pain, numbness, discoloration and inflammation if you inadvertently handle one.
A centipede’s life can span over six years, and a female can produce up to 35 eggs per reproductive cycle, each new life helping the centipede dynasty to spread in your house. You’ll know if you’ve seen them, although you may not have because they prefer to run around your walls and floors in the dark. You might have encountered centipedes in damp parts of your home, like bathrooms and crawl spaces ’ a sure sign of your need of a centipede exterminator.
Go right ahead. You’re more than welcome to climb into every damp space in your home, set traps, do a leg head count, spray, etc. etc., OR you could have us take care of it all ’ your NJ exterminators. We have years of experience doing this kind of pest control, and our certified centipede extermination specialists are ready for your call.
We believe MiteBuster’s integrated centipede extermination system is the most efficient and cost – effective method you’ll find in NJ. MiteBuster’s NJ exterminators know how to stop these pests from claiming your home as theirs.