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Carpet Beetle – Services
- Carpet Beetle Treatment
- Carpet Beetle Facts
- DIY – Do it yourself tips – Carpet Beetles
- Carpet Beetles – FAQs
Carpet Beetle Treatment
- Internal spray to basement, house and external perimeter spray
- Purchase Eco Bug Buster + Insect Monitor traps
Getting rid of carpet beetles is a costly process since detecting them is a difficult undertaking that cannot be done with the naked eye; for Carpet Beetle Treatment expert assistance is required.
Due to the nature of the Carpet Beetle, it is best to consult an Ecopest professional technician for the best results. Carpet Beetle Treatment Edmonton, Calgary, Regina and Saskatoon indoor invasions when outside conditions support large numbers of these crustaceans. Treatments can provide short-term relief, but for long–term success.
When completely developed, the Carpet beetle is oval in shape, reaching around 1/8” in length, with an uneven pattern of white, brownish, and yellowish dots, or a solid black shell. While in the larvae stage, they resemble tiny reddish-brown worms, approximately 1/4″ long. The body can appear striped, and is always covered in numerous fine hairs.
Five to 16 eggs are placed on the adult Carpet Beetle, mainly within, that hatch in 18 days. It takes between 251 and 351 days to develop from larva to adult. Under ideal conditions of abundant food and warmth, the life cycle is usually one year. Carpet Beetles are most common in late spring and early summer when adult food sources, such as flowers become available. It is at this time, when fresh cut flowers are brought into the home, that the eggs are introduced and the larvae begin feeding on wool, carpets, furs, etc.
DAMAGE CAUSED BY CARPET BEETLES:
A broad variety of animal and vegetable goods including carpets, wools, skins, furs, silk, rye, coconut and other spices are being fed and damaged largely by the carpet larva. However, adult kidneys mostly subsist on pollen and nectar.
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DIY – Do it yourself tips – Carpet Beetles
Prevention of Carpet Beetles:
There are numerous strategies to keep an infestation at bay. To deter adult Carpet Beetles, thoroughly wash sources of pollen and nectar before bringing them inside the house, and remove nests of birds, bees, or rodents from surrounding the house. Cleaning carpets, furniture, and storage spaces on a regular basis will inhibit the growth of Carpet Beetle larvae in the home.
Control of Carpet Beetles:
Ecopest Inc. has developed solutions to manage the Carpet beetle and depending on the degree of the infestation, one spray may be enough. Consult an Ecopest Inc. specialist for a comprehensive pest management program if you have a severe infestation.
FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions – Carpet Beetle
Q: How to recognize a Carpet Beetle?
A: The Carpet Beetle ,common in all parts of the North America, measures approximately 1/8”(2 mm), with an irregular arrangement of white, brownish and yellowish spots.
Q: Do Carpet Beetles cause damage?
A: Yes, the larva of the Carpet Beetle feeds on and cause extensive damage to wide variety of animal and plant products, such as carpets, woolens, skins, fur, silk, rye, cocoa, corn and various spices. Adults mostly feed on pollen and nectar.
Q: When are Carpet Beetles most common?
A: Carpet Beetles are most common in late spring and early summer when adult food sources, such as flowers become available.
Q: Do Carpet Beetles die off in cold months?
A: No, Carpet Beetles over winter in the stage of larva to adult. The onset of cold weather will cause the adult Carpet Beetle to move indoors.
Q: Can I do anything to prevent a Carpet Beetle infestation?
A: There are several ways to prevent an infestation. Thoroughly wash sources of poolen and nectar before bringing it to home, remove nest of birds, bees or rodents from around the home to discourage adult Carpet Beetles. In the home, a program of cleaning carpets, furniture and storage areas will discourage the development of the Carpet Beetle larvae.
Q: If I have an infestation of Carpet Beetle, what can be done to eliminate them?
A: Due to the nature of pest, control can be difficult and a professional should be consulted for thorough results. You can contact Ecopest professionals to purchase products or to render services.
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