Centipede Control

Centipedes are not the most attractive kind of guests to have in your house. And although they’re often harmless, they bite when accidentally injured. Their bites are painful and are likely to make you swell.

They are brownish with a flattened appearance. Their length can be anywhere between 1 to 6 inches. Centipedes move very fast. They can also climb walls and ceilings. Centipedes love to live in damp or moist areas. Note that centipedes fear humans and will always run away from you unless you accidentally harm them.

Research shows that the eyes of a centipede are sensitive to light. Thus, they often hide during the day and come out at night to hunt. Centipedes come to your home in search of food, water, and shelter. They mostly feed on spiders and small insects.

Call Mighty Men Pest Control today at (650) 309-1841 for all your centipede control needs.



Where Do Centipedes Hide?

Centipedes love to live in dark, moist and damp places such as flowerpots, under stones, and other damp and dark debris. They may also be found in closets, the basement, bathrooms, or other areas with high moisture.

Are Centipedes Harmful?

Most centipede species can bite human beings. Their bites are painful and irritating. Some people may also experience allergic reactions such as redness and swelling. Although these bites are rare, their sight is scary to most children and adults.​

Signs of A Centipede Infestation

Centipedes love to hunt at night. For this, it can be extremely hard to identify a centipede infestation. Here are a few signs that can show you have centipedes in your house.

  • Presence of other pests

Remember centipedes feed on spiders, wasps, and other small insects. The presence of these pests may attract centipedes in search of food. if you happen to notice an increase in the number of pests in your home, be on the lookout for centipedes

  • Cold winter

Watch out for centipedes when the temperatures outside drop. They are likely to come to your home in search of a warmer area to stay.

  • You spot them

If you happen to spot a tiny rapidly moving creature that has many legs, that’s a centipede. You might be having a centipede infestation. They usually lay numerous eggs. They’ll hide in tiny crevices on floors, walls, and ceiling.

Mighty Men Pest Control

We are a licensed pest control service. We are also very pleased to offer our centipede removal services to all residents of San Francisco Bay Area. Our team of professional technicians is well-trained to handle centipede and other pest removal services.

We are a reliable and efficient company that you can rely on for all your pest control needs. We will give the best quality services at all times.

For more information call (650) 309-1841.

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