Carpet Beetles & Moths Pest Control

Carpet beetles and moths can cause significant damage to fabrics in homes. Carpet beetles are most noticeable when they are in their small, dark beetle form, with oval bodies measuring approximately 5mm long and two white spots on their wings. They can be incredibly destructive during their larval stage, leaving threadbare patches on carpets. Meanwhile, moths tend to cause single holes in fabrics, and their damage is not concentrated in one particular area. It is crucial to take preventative measures to control their populations, such as regularly cleaning and vacuuming carpets and fabrics. In addition, storing clothing and fabrics in airtight containers can help prevent infestations. By taking these simple steps, you can reduce the risk of carpet beetles and moths damaging your beloved fabrics and carpets.

Common signs of carpet beetle and moth infestation