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Having an infestation of varied carpet beetles (wooly bears) in your home is a lot more troublesome than is seems. Being able to identify what type of carpet beetle you have is the first step in being able to eliminate the infestation and secure your belongings from the pesky insects Manchester Pest Controllers are receiving more calls this year regarding Varied Carpet Beetles,
There are three types of carpet beetles (wooly bears) namely; the black carpet beetle, the furniture carpet beetle and the varied carpet beetle. These three types of beetles go through the same lifecycles but need different approaches to eliminate them from your home. The varied carpet beetle has scales which are multi-coloured which makes it appear spotted and they only grow to roughly 1/10th of an inch long.
The varied carpet beetle is a scavenger by nature with a huge appetite. They will feed on and damage natural fabrics in your home such as wool, leather and silk, destroying furniture and clothing made from these fabrics. They also feed on grain products such as cereal, flour, pasta and cake mixes. Their appetites even stretch further as they will also feed on lint, pet hair and food, book bindings and just about anything in your home that they come in contact with.
An adult varied carpet beetle can lay anywhere up to 90 eggs at a time which means the hatching larvae can cause a lot of destruction. One way to tell if you have a varied carpet beetle problem rather than a moth problem is by the damage they cause. The varied carpet beetle tends to feed on one piece of your clothing or carpets while moths will feed on a number of different spots.
How to deal with a varied carpet beetle infestation.
A qualified pest control company such as Manchester Pest Control will be able to identify the source of the problem and eliminate it permanently. Manchester Pest Control provides this extremely important service to residents in Manchester, Warrington, Stockport and Cheshire.
Trying to eliminate this type of infestation with DIY products is a waste of time and money. Unless you are extremely familiar with this pest, you are not going to be able to deal with the infestation on your own. It is always more cost effective to call on a professional pest control company such as Manchester Pest Control as they have the knowledge and expertise to deal with the infestation effectively and permanently.
A professional pest control company will always find the source of the infestation in order to eliminate this pest permanently. Manchester Pest Control will look for any areas that have bird’s nests and nesting materials and remove them from that area before beginning any kind of treatment. Chemicals are not always the answer to a varied carpet beetle infestation, and only a professional pest control company will know how to get rid of the infestation using a variety of methods. Trying to control and eliminate the infestation on your own using DIY products will only make the problem worse.
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