Pest Control Targeted at Carpet Moths & Beetles

Pest Control Targeted at Carpet Moths & Beetles

AllAces Cleaning & Restoration offer a professional pest control service for domestic and commercial premises.

Whilst you can take steps to manage carpet pests, including beetles and moths, it will not be as effective as a professional service. Our carpet pest control solutions are effective and aimed at eradicating and preventing further infestations.

Carpet beetles and cloth moths are particularly notorious because they can feed on most categories of fibres, this includes wool, silk, and leather. Unfortunately, this can cause serious damage to your carpets at home and in the office. They will even attack synthetics if the fabric is soiled with food remains or stains, animal excrement, or body oils.

Often, these carpet pests go unnoticed because they like to live and feed in very quiet and dark areas around the house such as closets, drawers, between the walls, basement, storage boxes and roof cavities. In this unnoticed nature, the carpet pests can cause destruction worth millions; but even worse, they can cause allergies and carry diseases.

Professional pest control is necessary to ensure pests are eliminated successfully; and this is exactly what we offer at AllAces Cleaning & Restoration. We also offer inspection services to determine the presence of the carpet pests, beetles, and moths, as well as the extent to which they may have damaged your carpets.

Here at AllAces Cleaning & Restoration, our approach is based on a deeper understanding of the factors that favor these pests and the need to use solutions that will not pose a threat to the environment around your home or commercial premises.

We ensure that we follow a carefully designed pest control program to ensure all pesticides are used judiciously and sensitively, taking to account the uniqueness of every environment.

So, if you need a pest removal and control service, call AllAces Cleaning & Restoration on 1800 00 1010.


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