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Pests Library

Cockroaches
They Can spreads pathogens, such as those causing food poisoning and wound infection. In addition they multiply at a very high speed.
Ants
They live in huge colonies and can invade your house searching for food. The best way to control them is to find their nest and treat.
Rodents
They have the ability to adapt themselves to almost any environment. Their great reproductive potential, natural wisdom and survivability puts them amongst the most successful animals on earth. The main reasons for control are to reduce or eliminate disease spread, contamination of products and damage to food stocks and property.
Spiders
They are a nuisance to men with their webs and their presence. In addition their bites can be sometimes painful and dangerous.
Centipedes
They are fast moving and are widely found in temperate regions. Some species are highly venomous and they often produce very painful bites.
Scorpions
Their stings produce pain, numbness or swelling. A few of them can cause death to humans.
Silverfish
They eat paper and other items with high starch content and can cause damages to your books
Moths
They feed on wool fabric and fur doing damage to clothing items.
Termites
Subterranean termites live in underground colonies or in moist secluded areas aboveground that can contain up to 2 million members. They are by far the most destructive species. They can collapse a building entirely, meaning possible financial ruin for a homeowner. The hard, saw-toothed jaws of termites work like shears and are able to bite off extremely small fragments of wood, one piece at a time.
Snakes
All snakes are carnivorous, eating small animals including lizards and other snakes, rodents and other small mammals, birds, eggs or insects. Snakes are not killed as they are not a pest except in specific cases. To move them away from homes we use snake repellents.