Carpet Beetle Control Sydney - Carpet Beetle Prevention Tips
Carpet Beetle Control in Sydney starts with prevention. Here are some tips you can use to keep them out of your home:
Despite your best efforts, carpet beetles might still get into your space sometimes. Don’t beat yourself up about it; just call Active Pest Control Management for carpet beetle treatment in Sydney.
After getting your call, we’ll come to your home and perform a thorough pest inspection in Sydney. We do this to accurately determine the scope of the pest problem going on, which will influence our methods.
It’s very helpful if you can point out where you’ve seen pests or even where a nest is. However, we will still perform a full inspection of the building in case there is more than one source or nest. Occasionally, there may even be more than one type of pest that you didn’t know about!
Based on what we learnt from our inspection, we then decide on suitable countermeasures.
Everything depends on the severity of the infestation; the treatment may range from simply leaving traps or poison for the pests, to full-on application of pesticides and other more powerful treatments. Don’t worry about vacating the premises, thanks to our completely environmentally-friendly and non-toxic pest control solutions.
After a certain period, we’ll come back to check how effective our solution has been, resetting traps or reapplying pesticides if necessary. If treatment wasn’t as effective as expected, we always have several backup plans. We have a 12-month guarantee on any job, so rest assured that we’re going to stick around and get things done right, letting your property stay pest-free year-after-year.
Carpet beetles are active in the daytime, unlike some other pests. They feed during the day and return to their hiding spots in the dark at night. They are still hard to spot, however, due to their size.
Carpet beetles don’t bite humans and don’t transmit any diseases. They sometimes crawl onto beds and may be mistaken for bed bugs, but don’t cause us direct harm. The moulted shells of larvae may trigger allergies with some people, though.
Common hiding spots for carpet beetles include air ducts, furniture, dressers, and inside clothes. Attics and basements also tend to have many hiding spots for carpet beetles.