DATE POSTED: August 10, 2021
Once inside, silverfish cozy up in secluded areas, damage items like books, newspapers, and cardboard, and infest boxes of stored food where they lay their eggs. We don’t know about you, but these sure sound like good reasons to want silverfish to stay outside.
DATE POSTED: June 8, 2021
Silverfish aren’t as dangerous as they may look, but you still don’t want them around your Worcester home. Learn how to prevent them and respond to an infestation before it’s too late.
DATE POSTED: May 19, 2021
As silverfish feed on a variety of products that are found in homes, they can damage property and contaminate food products. Silverfish eat papers, photographs, wallpaper, glue, books, and cereals.
DATE POSTED: October 27, 2020
Silverfish are a dual-threat in that they forage for food traces just like other pests, but they also seek out and damage property in order to satisfy their ravenous hunger.
DATE POSTED: July 6, 2020
When it comes to pests, there are several species that people have common knowledge about. For example, most Worcester residents probably know that some roaches can fly, and all can spread illness-causing bacteria. With spiders, it’s understood they make webs and carry venom. Rodents have a reputation for coming out of holes and harboring germs. What about silverfish though?
DATE POSTED: May 13, 2020
Connecticut homeowners need to protect themselves from hundreds of species of bugs. Some of them may be familiar to you, like flies and termites. Others, like silverfish, may be a little more mysterious. How much do you know about protecting your home from these pests?