Moth removal in Otterbourne

Pest Control Otterbourne

Moth Removal-Pest Control Otterbourne

Welcome to Moth Removal Otterbourne

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At Moth Removal Otterbourne, we are at hand to deal with all Moth problems 7 days a week. Pest Control Southampton are all fully qualified and trained to undertake all Moth problems and Moth Prevention throughout all Otterbourne and Hampshire areas for both domestic and commercial properties.

A lady pest controller is available on request

You will find our team helpful and they will also offer you advice on any pest problem that you may have, we also have same day appointments, so if you find you have Moths within your home, just pick up the phone and give us a call and we can be out the same day to eradicate these pests.

We are not a large National Company, and our prices are very competitive as we save on our advertising and we reflect this back on the price we charge you, most of our work comes from customer referrals and repeat business.

Call Our Moth Removal Team Today On: Quote line 02380 659 992.

About Moths

There are 2 kinds of clothes moths which are: The Case Bearing Clothes Moth and the Common Clothes Moth.

Both Species evolved in a bird or animal nest and only eat fibres such as wool, fur and feather and they are most likely to go for clothes and carpets within a dark place where they are undisturbed.

The clothes moth will hide in dark areas such as collars and cuffs and they also thrive on humid conditions. Sometimes the larvae of these pests can be quite active and could be seen crawling on clothes or on the floor. But besides feeding on clothes, rugs and carpets and household furniture the clothes moth will also feed on fur, stored wool and other similar articles, they also feed on pollen, hair, feathers and dead insects.

The average clothes moth has a wingspan of approximately ½ inch, however the male is a little less, and their body is about ¼ inch long with a golden yellow sheen. Their eggs are oval and an ivory colour and the larvae is a shinny creamy whitish colour with a brown head.