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Ladybugs are beetles that belong to the Coccinellidae family. These pests generally do not grow larger than half an inch. Most of them are orange, yellow, or scarlet. Plus, they’ll have a few black spots on their wings. These pests have black legs, heads, and antennas. The world is home to more than 5,000 species of ladybugs. Roughly 450 are native to North America. In addition to this, a few species are pests in North America and Europe. However, ladybugs can be beneficial too. They are often used to deal with aphids, mites, and mealybugs.
Reasons For Ladybugs
Ladybugs are normally benign. However, there are a few species that can create issues for homeowners and renters. The pest species are introduced to the United States in the 20th century are a way to eliminate aphids. Since the pests were able to survive the cold winters, they grew significantly and quickly became a problem. They take shelter on south-facing walls to survive.
Thankfully, ladybugs are not dangerous. Although one species might bite, it doesn’t happen often. They do not transmit diseases or parasites. The biggest problem is that they’re going to create a mess in your home. Plus, they’re a nuisance. As a result, you’ll need to get rid of them before they turn your life upside down.
If you’re patient, the ladybugs are going to leave on their own. When it warms outside, they’ll try to leave your home. Nevertheless, a lot of people do not want to wait this long. Consumers don’t want to wait until the pests decide to leave. Take advantage of our ladybug program because we can remove the pests for you rapidly. We’ve been offering this service to Denver residents for many years. Get in touch with us to get started immediately.
Doing It Yourself
You may contemplate using DIY methods to take care of the problem. However, some of these techniques aren’t effective and others are dangerous. Working with a professional is ultimately the best way to fix the problem. We’re ready to begin working hard for you. Call our office and we’ll get back to you soon.
When Can You Begin?
Call our office right now. We’ll give you more information about our services and give you a quote. In general, it’ll take us 24 to 48 hours to get back to you.
We always provide our clients with safe, reliable treatments. All of the products we use are EPA-registered. Our technicians follow precise guidelines to ensure that you’re going to be protected during each phase of the process. They’ll do what they can to keep you safe.
Properly seal the gaps around your home to keep these overwintering pests out.