Professional Moth Exterminator in the Fraser Valley
|1.5 mm – 3 mm
|Brown or Black
|The body is divided into 3 distinct pieces with grooves on the thorax and head, and spines on the thorax only.
What Does Bugman Do?
Our technicians will treat the interior of your house while searching for and treating any infestations the moths have made. Infestation location will vary with the species of moth, but typically meal moths are found in stored products in the kitchen or pantry, and clothing moths will be found in clothes, as the name implies. Once the problem areas are located, we typically fog or spray the area with people and pet-friendly products.
Will Moths Cause Damage?
Moths can cause damage. While adult moths do not feed on clothing or fabrics, their larvae, also known as caterpillars, can cause significant damage to wool, silk, and other natural fibers. Moths can also damage stored food, carpets, and upholstered furniture.
Why Choose Bugman?
We have 30 years of experience in solving moth infestations, and we offer affordable rates with a 3-month warranty.
What is Bugman’s Warranty?
We include a 3-month warranty with our Moth treatment, which covers any follow-ups needed to ensure your house is moth-free.
Where Does Bugman Service?
Don’t wait for a few moths to turn into a full-blown infestation, give Bugman a call at 604-854-2847, and we’ll help to prevent them from taking over your home.
Professional Moth Control Solutions
Bugman Pest Control Services offers professional and effective moth control services for both residential and commercial properties. Moths can cause significant damage to clothing, carpets, upholstery, and food items, making it important to address an infestation as soon as possible.
The Bugman’s moth control service includes a thorough inspection of the affected areas to identify the source of the problem and the extent of the infestation. Based on the inspection findings, the team will develop a customized treatment plan tailored to the property’s specific needs.
Moths Life Cycle
|A female moth lays up to 50 eggs in 2 weeks near a plant source. The eggs hatch into larvae in 30 days, taking 7-10 days to grow with proper conditions.
|The newly hatched caterpillar feeds on its shell for proteins and later feeds on nearby plants. It grows bigger with each instar, sheds its skin, and eats the cuticle after molting. This process continues until it enters the pupa stage.
|The caterpillar spins a silk cocoon around its shell where it transforms into a pupa. During this stage, tissues break down and the moth does not feed or move. After two weeks, the caterpillar emerges as a fully developed moth with wings.
|A fully grown moth emerges from its cocoon with a swollen abdomen and shriveled wings. It takes time for the fragile wings to harden before the moth can fly out to feed and mate. The lifespan of a moth varies based on the species, with some living for weeks and others up to 10 weeks.
Do Moths Bite?
No, moths do not bite. They do not have the mouthparts or anatomy to bite. They feed on nectar or other sources of sugar and do not feed on blood or skin.
Signs of a Moths Ant Infestation
- Visible moths flying around inside or near the property.
- Small holes or damage to clothing, carpets, upholstery, or food items.
- Cocoons or pupal cases on walls or in corners.
- Frass or droppings left by moths.
- Webbing or silken threads in the affected areas.
It’s important to address a moth infestation as soon as possible to prevent further damage and the spread of the problem.
Regardless of how or why they got in, give Bugman a call at 604-854-2847 and we’ll get them out.