Much like other pests, there are outdoor and indoor species of centipedes. Unsurprisingly, centipedes are rule-breakers and don’t like being told what to do. As many times as you ask these centipedes to vacate your space, chances are that they are staying put. That is when you should call Onsite for our Maple Ridge centipede removal.
Not all centipedes are created the same way. Instead of a dog, which has four legs, or a spider which has eight, centipedes have a varying number of legs. Centipedes can have anywhere from 20 – 200 legs or more. The number of legs that a centipede has depends on how many segments their body has. The longer the bug, the more the legs. Centipedes thrive in damp environments. so what better place in the world to call home, than British Columbia.
Interior centipedes are often found around sinks and drains with accessible water sources. It is not uncommon to miss these pests living in your space for long periods. This gives centipede population a chance to thrive and makes them even harder to get rid of. Outdoor centipedes, however, are a bit more difficult to handle. These pests spend their time outside, making their homes in the dirt, in gardens or under rocks. The winters in B.C are mild in comparison to other parts of Canada. However, when you are living outside, they are still unpleasant. As temperatures drop, outdoor centipedes make their way inside.
Centipedes might not seem as scary as other pests, such as wasps but these creepy crawlers do bite. Outdoor centipedes have a much stronger bite than those that are more prone to living indoors. It might be difficult to track these pests down on your own, but with Onsite, your Maple Ridge centipede removal does not need to be a chore. Our pest removal techniques involve spraying affected areas as well as the surrounding space in order to remove populations.
Call today to find out how our Maple Ridge centipede removal can help you take your property back from these pests.
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