Pests can cause major problems for any property. Fortunately, there are many pest control options that can help you get rid of them.
Pest control in Buffalo NY, including cockroaches, ants, and mosquitoes. These pests are a nuisance year-round.
Cockroaches are a common pest in many homes and commercial buildings. They can cause serious problems in restaurants, hospitals, warehouses and other businesses where food is handled.
They can also contaminate food, causing bad odors and unpleasant taste. They can spread diseases, including salmonella and shigella, to people in food preparation areas.
Their saliva, feces and cast skins can irritate allergies and asthma in some people.
Ants are related to bees and wasps (Order Hymenoptera) and they are highly social insects. They form colonies where individuals share the responsibility of caring for the young. They have distinct castes, including queens and kings, workers, and soldiers.
They forage for food in groups or as individuals, and some ants have a sting to defend themselves from danger. Workers may also squirt acidic chemicals or stinging agents to repel predators and subdue prey.
Mosquitoes are a common pest that can spread germs that can make you sick. This includes diseases such as malaria, West Nile virus, Zika, and dengue fever.
Mosquitos are a member of the fly family Culicidae, and they come in several varieties. They have a slender segmented body, one pair of wings, halteres, three pairs of long hair-like legs and elongated mouthparts.
They bite humans and other animals to get a blood meal. Female mosquitoes also feed on plant sap for general nutritional needs.
The order Rodentia (from Latin, ‘to gnaw’) accounts for 40% of the mammalian world’s species. It includes mice, rats, squirrels, prairie dogs, hamsters, beavers, and guinea pigs.
Rodents have extra-large front teeth, or incisors, which they use for gnawing to get at food and shelter. Their incisors grow continually, unlike the molars or premolars of other mammals.
Their dentition is highly specialized for chewing, with hard enamel on the front surface of each incisor and softer dentine on the back. During gnawing, the incisors grind against each other and wear down the softer dentine to create a sharp, chisel-like edge.