Millipedes are slow-moving. Harmless to humans, but somewhat of an annoyance in household but in the garden these pests cause damage to plants and seedlings. They defend themselves by curling up or secreting venom of sorts from their body.


House Centipedes

Scutigera coleoptrata


Well a picture says it all; creepy looking with up to 15 pairs of long narrow legs. Super-fast speeds more than a foot (1.3 ft.) per second running across floors, up walls and along ceilings. House centipedes feed on spiders, bed bugs, termites, cockroaches, silverfish, ants, and other household pests, but if they become too numerous they can be a problem.

If you do find signs of any pests in your home or business,
We will promptly inspect to identify the type of species and recommend a course of treatment.

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