These troublesome nomads may show up unexpectedly in your house, where they will bite, chew through fabrics, emit bad odors, hurt your plants, stain indoor furnishings, or damage / chew fabric. The pests may die in your home, and then attract even more pests who feed on the dead ones. To make matters worse, the bodies, shed skins, feces and secretions may trigger asthma in some sufferers.
The types of invaders include various insects, mites, and arthropods. In the southwestern United States, a perfect example would be an aggressive centipede that sneaks into a home and scares the wits out of a poor family. Other examples include seasonal creatures like crickets or cicadas.
Experts pay attention to the environmental conditions that attract such invaders. By altering these conditions, it’s possible to kick the pests out—making this an important part of pest removal and management.