Pest Control in London & Essex
Safeguarding Homes and Businesses from Pests
Silverfish are insects that are commonplace within kitchens, basements, bathrooms, pantries and any other areas that tend to be dark, humid, damp and/or contain moisture. They are not parasites nor do they spread disease, although they are capable of physically contaminating foodstuffs and damaging food packaging, paperwork, fabrics and binding pastes. Silverfish are often unknowingly brought into a premises by occupants via storage boxes previously kept in an infested area though are capable of gaining access to a premises via foundation cracks and gaps. The reproductive numbers of silverfish can rapidly reach an uncontrollable amount ultimately resulting in severe damage within a household / office to possessions & materials resulting in financial loss which is why professionals like ourselves should be contacted as soon as signs or even suspicion becomes apparent.
Steel Guard Pest Control are experts in Property Inspection, Silverfish Control, Pesticide Treatments, Prevention Methods & Techniques whilst providing knowledgeable advise with recommendations to prevent a reoccurring infestation. We aim to effectively resolve infestations as swiftly and efficiently as possible (which can depend on the circumstances of an infestation).
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Personal Preventative Measures
How to get rid of Silverfish!
The prevention of a silverfish infestation may come across as difficult due to not understanding the habitual behaviour of them or how their presence came to occupy your property at all. Once you have referred to the public awareness section above, there are a number of preventative measures that can be carried out by occupants to prevent or reduce their activity if not get rid of them before or whilst a silverfish treatment is in progress which are listed below:
And last but not least, the best course of action to take would be to contact Steel Guard Pest Control for a survey and preventative programme to be carried out!