Types Of Pest Infestations In St George (Roach, Termite, Etc.)

There are many different types of pests that you should be looking out for in and around your home. In this article we are going to take a closer look at what types of pest are likely to appear around St. George and what the damage is that they can be caused, both to yourself as well as your home and surroundings.

Because of its unique climate, St George has equally unique pest infestations that can be challenging to deal with. These most often consist of the following.

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  • Scorpions are common in St George. They are venomous, and their stings can be life-threatening. They are challenging to eradicate and often try to enter homes when temperatures are cooler. They are active at night and hide during the day.
  • Mice spread deadly diseases such as Hantavirus. With the exception of humans, the mouse is the most numerous and widespread mammal on Earth. A female typically produces eight litters in her lifetime with four to seven babies per litter. Under optimal conditions, she can give birth to a litter every 24 to 48 days. Young mice are sexually mature within 5 to 8 weeks.
  • Cicadas are harmless but produce an annoying buzzing sound during the summer months. Their average life span is two months.
  • Cockroaches come in several varieties and are common throughout the world. They are hardy and can live without food for long periods of time and feed at night. They produce odorous secretions that affect the flavor of foods and spread disease. Our guaranteed Pest Control St George Utah techniques will control and eliminate your roach problem.
  • Ants are troublesome and can be challenging to control. They nest in and around homes and even under cement foundations. Ants leave an invisible chemical trail of pheromones for others to follow once they’ve found food. They may affect humans adversely by stinging or biting and invading or contaminating food,
  • Various types of Spiders are found in the St George area, and several are potentially harmful. The Desert Recluse spider bites only when threatened or accidentally touched. Its bite can produce a mild stinging, redness, and intense pain. Death occurs in rare instances. The Black Widow is easy to spot because of its distinctive appearance. Their bites are serious but rarely lethal. Camel Spiders have no venom. They can be aggressive, however, and may attack for no reason. They can run at up to 10 mph and can produce a large bite due to their large jaws.
  • Bees such as Africanized honeybees, known as killer bees, are well-established in Nevada. They typically nest in places where humans may inadvertently disturb them, which prompts attacks. They sting in large numbers and will chase a target up to a one-quarter mile. Bees can also form hives in homes and buildings and cause structural damage.
  • Crickets. While harmless, crickets produce high-pitched sounds at night that can be disturbing.
  • Pigeons are often referred to as “rats with wings”. While they are a nuisance, they can spread disease, contaminate food, and deface structures. Their droppings can permanently stain and cause premature rusting, cause corrosion of structures, and even kill vegetation.
  • Termites can be found feasting on dead plants and trees, which makes a home an ideal place for them. Subterranean termites build mounds in the soil with complex tunnel systems that are designed to give them access to a dead tree and plant food sources. Drywood termites are most likely found in walls, foundations, furniture, shelves, and books. They are most active in the springtime when they mate. After this time, mated termites find a new site to colonize. This is why termite infestations can end up taking over an entire residence if not controlled early.

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