Understanding Pantry Pests
It is hard to imagine that something so small can get into your structure and infest your stored food. They contaminate your food and that costs you money in waste. They have also been known to infest birdseed, dry pet food, dried flowers, plants, garden seeds, potpourri and rodent baits. The many different kinds of insects that invade your dried foods, they are called pantry pests.
Pantry pests usually infest products that have already been opened, but they also can get into unopened paper, cardboard, plastic, foil, or cellophane. Insects inside an infested package reproduce and can travel to other stored foods, not only in the same area but in other rooms in a structure. Pests in all developmental stages (eggs, larvae, pupa’s, and adults) can exist at the same time in infested products.
We have listed these pests that normally become a problem within your structure. You can find pantry pests when they leave infested foods to crawl or fly around the house. They normally gather in pots, pans, or dishes or in window sills.
Every case is different. Using a professional is the key to a successful treatment, that is why Structural Pest Management is here for you. We offer fast and efficient service with your health and safety as our #1 priority.
Structural Pest Program
David will perform a thorough inspection on both the interior and exterior of your home, finding all the infested areas and identifying which pests you are dealing with. Once identified, David will employ a pest control program that is designed to target the specific pests in your home.