Silverfish Control

Most people are at least knowledgeable about what silverfish are and where they get their name; their look. These little pests are in the shape of a teardrop and brown or silver in color. They can vary in size from 12 to 19 mm long. They feature 3 long bristles on their rear-end and do not look much different as they mature.

Silverfish Invasion

When you come across silverfish, it will likely be in a cooking area, basement, or bathroom; anywhere wet and dark. Should you have a lot of moist choices, clothing or paper for example, the silverfish will certainly prefer to conceal in or around those items.

The Diet of a Fishers Silverfish

Silverfish want starches and sugar so they choose carbohydrates; linen, silk, hair shampoo, cellulose, book glue and dead insects, among others.

Indicators of an Infestation

If you are like many, you have seen a silverfish scurry across the floor or counter at one point, but were not alarmed at the sight. It is not until you begin seeing a lot of them, or their feces which looks like pepper, that you need to consider taking action and avoiding an even worse problem. Many do not recognize silverfish are on their property though because centipedes, earwigs and spiders will eat silverfish. If these insects are currently concealing in the house, they could be feasting on the silverfish.

Home Protection for Fishers Silverfish

You will not likely see silverfish during the day as they are nocturnal. In addition, they can move very quickly. These are very secretive insects so they go unnoticed for quite some time generally. The drawback is the rates at which they can replicate; really quickly.

These pests do not necessarily become a risk or problem until they simply go unattended for too long. If left untreated, they can easily damage paperwork, wallpaper and clothing. If you start discovering silverfish in your home, regularly examine your closets for any sign of damage already triggered by the undesirable parasites.

They can live in practically any environment, but prefer humid locations when accessible. Controlling the humidity in your home is one way to prevent a silverfish infestation.

Silverfish Treatment

Should you not recognize your home is being invaded by silverfish until it is too late, you ought to telephone us at (317) 863-9105 to set up a treatment promptly. Our professional Fishers techs will inspect the property to assess the problem then determine the perfect treatment based upon their findings. While it is possible to use nonprescription products to kill the silverfish you see, those that are not seen will continue to flourish and increase. You can also make use of techniques that fend off silverfish, but if an infestation currently exists, it will not make them disappear.

Fishers Silverfish Solutions

Our method for silverfish control attacks silverfish in all phases of life (eggs and adults) which helps ensure complete eradication. Call (317) 863-9105 and provide us a quick description of your issue and we will further assist you, determining the best strategy.

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