Identifying Centipedes / Millipedes Problems
These elongated arthropods have numerous legs, which is a distinguishing characteristic of the species, although they may be quite different in size and coloring. Millipedes have two legs per segment and centipedes have one pair per segment. They feed on insects and rotting vegetation.
Questions To Ask About Centipedes & Millipedes Problems
- Where have you seen them?
- Do you have a sprinkler system?
- What is the timing for the system?
- Are there any moisture problems around the structure?
Centipede & Millipede Infestation Inspection Tips
Centipede & Millipede problems can be present in large numbers. They seek moisture and can be found in any damp area. Crawl spaces and basements may provide the best habitats.
Pay attention to the gardens and tree cover around the structure. Dead millipedes and centipedes are often found around door and patio areas. Look for them in:
- Mulch beds
- Under siding
- Cellars and basements
- Door thresholds and porch stoops
- Around sumps
- Check spider webs in crawl spaces and near the foundation
How to Get Rid of Centipede & Millipede Problems
Getting rid of centipedes & millipedes can be tricky since they tend to build their nests in unique places. Our green centipede & millipede control experts will assess the centipede & millipede problem and any centipede & millipede damage prior to using a centipede & millipede control plan, providing you with peace of mind when it comes to these potential unwelcome centipede & millipede infestations.
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