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Tired of sharing your home with centipedes and millipedes? We offer custom solutions to ensure these wiggly pests stay out, granting you the peace of mind and comfort you deserve. Get the defense you need with millipede pest control and centipede pest control from Greenhouse.

Discovering centipedes or millipedes in your home can quickly turn into a distressing ordeal. These creepy crawlers seem to appear out of nowhere, causing terror and chaos among family members. Millipedes are attracted to moist areas, often lurking in mulch beds and plant debris. When excessive moisture strikes, such as in cases of flooding or overwatering, they’re often found sneaking indoors through cracks and crevices.

Centipedes, with their darting movements, make even the toughest family members squirm. Whether you catch one scuttling across the floor or hanging on the wall, their presence alone can be unsettling. And their habit of hunting other insects means that where there’s a centipede, there are probably other pests too. Don’t let these unsettling intruders make you feel gross in your own home – turn to Greenhouse Termite and Pest Control for effective solutions that ensure your living spaces remain centipede and millipede free.

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Expert Millipede Pest Control and Centipede Pest Control for a Pest-Free Home

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At Greenhouse Termite and Pest Control, we understand that treating for centipedes and millipedes requires a comprehensive approach tailored to the unique conditions of your home. Our team begins with a thorough assessment of your property, identifying key harborage areas where these pests might be thriving as well as potential entry points. We then tailor a specialized treatment plan that targets centipedes and millipedes while also factoring in any other underlying pest issues.

Our commitment extends beyond just eradication – we want you to feel empowered throughout the process. That’s why we take the time to thoroughly educate you about these pests and our methods, ensuring you’re well-informed every step along the way. With Greenhouse, you’re not just a customer; you’re a valued member of the Greenhouse family.

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Centipede and millipede sightings might seem harmless, but the truth is, they come with their own set of risks. Millipedes, driven inside from excess moisture, can become a breeding ground for mold and fungi, potentially exacerbating allergies and respiratory issues. Plus, their presence can also indicate excess moisture issues on your property, which could lead to structural damage (and other pests) over time. Centipedes, with their startling appearance, can terrorize family members to no end, especially children. Don’t allow these pests to jeopardize your home’s safety and your family’s well-being. Act now to prevent these risks from taking hold and causing more significant problems down the line. Trust Greenhouse Termite and Pest Control to rid your home of these pests effectively and efficiently.

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At Greenhouse Termite and Pest Control, we understand that dealing with centipedes and millipedes is just one component of a pest-free equation. Our Florida-proof pest defense treatments go well beyond these creepy crawlers, ensuring your family enjoys uninterrupted peace of mind. We protect homes against a wide range of pests, from ants, to spiders, to cockroaches and many more. Our experts employ environmentally conscious methods and a meticulous attention to detail to create an anti-pest shield around your property while advising you on all the latest best practices. Say goodbye to pest headaches and embrace the freedom of a home that’s truly yours.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can centipedes and millipedes cause damage to my home or yard?

Millipedes and centipedes may cause some damage to your plants by feeding on stems and leaves. They will not cause any damage to your yard or inside your home. However, if you crush them they may leave a stain. They are unsightly for humans and you definitely don’t want your pet to eat a millipede or your cat to eat a centipede. Left untreated, millipedes and centipedes can multiply quickly in the right environment.

Are centipedes and millipedes harmful to people or pets?

Although centipedes/millipedes are not harmful to people or pets, the pests still remain unwelcomed in most homes! They can scare young children due to their scary-looking long bodies and many legs.

Where do millipedes come from?

Millipedes inhabit various habitats, ranging from forests and grasslands to urban areas. They thrive in moist environments, often residing under rocks, decaying wood, and leaf piles.   

Facts on millipedes

  • Millipedes typically have anywhere from 30 to 400 legs. 
  • When threatened, a millipede can release a revolting smell that contains the chemical hydrogen cyanide as a defense mechanism. 
  • Although millipedes are known to move slowly, when threatened they can use the force of leg movements to propel themselves forward quickly.   
  • Millipedes contribute to ecosystem balance and fertility by feeding on decaying plant matter and helping cycle nutrients.   
  • Some millipedes can produce their own light, a phenomenon called bioluminescent.   

What is the difference between centipede and millipede?

Millipedes have two sets of legs under each body segment and centipedes have one set of legs under each body segment.

What do centipedes and millipedes eat?

Centipedes eat insects after killing them with their venom (their venom is normally not powerful enough to harm humans or animals) and millipedes feed on decomposed plants. Millipedes are important decomposers for the environment.

    What do centipedes eat?

    Centipedes are carnivorous creatures that primarily feed on spiders, worms, and other small insects. They use their venomous claws, located on the front pair of legs, to catch and kill their prey.   

    Why do I suddenly have centipedes in my house?

    If you suddenly notice centipedes in your home, they may have entered to seek shelter, moisture, or food. Centipedes are attracted to damp environments, such as bathrooms and garages, where high humidity or moisture levels are present. Additionally, cracks or gaps in the foundations or walls provide easy entry points for these pests.   

      What does a millipede look like?

      Millipedes are long, rounded bugs with many segments along their bodies. They typically range in color from brown to black and have numerous legs, with two pairs of legs per body segment. Millipedes also have two antennae and are known to move very slowly.   

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