Silent and quick on their feet, silverfish do not like to be caught. However, when they insist on feeding off of our posessions and property, catching them becomes a requirement. With Toodaloo, Moosejaw silverfish control and removal is a piece of cake. Silverfish will no longer be a concern when we step onto the scene.
These little guys sure do love eating. They will nibble at anything sugary, starchy, or that has carbohydrates. Their tastes are not reserved to what people would deem to be ‘food’ either. Silverfish will also eat paper, glue or paste, some paints, linens, and other strange materials. A lot of the time, issues that are blamed on moths or booklice can be traced back to silverfish. Part of the reason for this is that silverfish are seldom seen. They are nocturnal insects, and prefer the dark damp places in your building such as in between walls or floorboards, or in drains.
Silverfish are shy as can be, and hate the sunlight as well. In fact, one way of discouraging them from making their home on your property is by letting in lots of light and airing out the rooms once in a while. Decluttering can also make a huge difference. But what about when these insects have already made themselves comfortable?
Silverfish aren’t too hard to find once you know where to look, and accessing the areas they prefer to inhabit is not impossible, either. Toodaloo’s technicians are welll-versed in this and can locate and remove silverfish in a timely manner. No infestation is too big or too small for us to handle, so there’s no need to worry.
There’s also no need to wait. You can get rid of the bugs infesting your home and your peace of mind by calling us at 1-844-TOODALOO (866-3250).
Our Toodaloo technicians are fully trained in various methods of pest removal and extermination, capable of handling any job, of any size, professionally and efficiently. Unlike some other pest control companies our removal solutions are environmentally friendly so you know that there are no harmful chemicals being sprayed throughout your home.