Clothes and carpet moth treatment in London

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  • Same-day moth eradication
  • Guaranteed moth control for 3 months
  • Moth eggs, larvae, and adults are effectively removed
  • Heat treatment and fumigation against moths

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How do pest control get rid of moths?

  • 1. Survey

    A pest technician will thoroughly inspect the property to determine the extent of the moth infestation.

  • 2. Treatment

    Heat treatment against moths or fumigation with an insecticide will be recommended based on infestation severity.

  • 3. Observation

    An additional treatment may be required if moth activity persists after the initial treatment.

  • 4. Prevention

    In addition, the moth exterminator will provide some practical tips for preventing future pest infestations.

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Effective and affordable moth control in London

Clothing moths are mostly harmless during their adult stage because they feed on flower nectar and do not cause much trouble to humans. However, in their larval form, they are omnivorous creatures that can cause tons of damage, including:

  • Destroy clothing, curtains and upholstered furniture;
  • Fur rugs, natural carpets, and linens will be damaged;

On the other hand, pantry moths will be attracted to your dry food if it is stored improperly. These insects feed on starchy and sweet foods. Booking a moth pest control appointment with Fantastic Services is the best way to combat moth infestations.

How do you prepare for moth treatment?

To ensure successful moth eradication, several steps must be taken before moth treatment can begin. The following is a general guide to preparing for moth treatment:

Before a moth treatment you should:

  • Remove all pets including any fish from the property
  • Hoover the affected areas
  • Declutter the premises that will be treated

After a moth treatment you should:

  • The premises need to be vacated for 3-4 hours post-treatment
  • Upon return air, the treated areas for 5-10 minutes
  • Do not hoover/mop the treated areas after treatment for 5-7days

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: Why have moths invaded my home?

    A: Many households store a respectable amount of pantry items (flour, grain, etc.) which some moth spices eat. Cloth moths feed on natural materials such as clothing made of wool, silk, fur, and others.

  • Q: What are the telltale signs of a moth infestation?

    A: The most visible signs of an active infestation are irregularly-shaped holes in clothing and furnishing. Other signs include tubes or cases teeming with maggot-like larvae, silk cocoons in the corners of your room or furniture, and adult moths that spend more time crawling than flying.

  • Q: Can you change the time of the moth treatment appointment?

    A: Yes, we can but more conveniently you can do it on your own by creating a Fantastic account. From the dashboard you can easily manage all your bookings.

  • Q: My carpets are infested with moth larvae. Now what?

    A: If the moth larvae have decided to nest in your carpet, make sure to vacuum it as often as possible and change your vacuum bags frequently. Learn the difference between moths and butterflies so you know whether you have a serious problem.

  • Q: Do you offer any discounts?

    A: Yes, by joining the Fantastic club you will get benefits like discounted prices and other exclusive deals for a year long.

  • Q: How do you charge for moth fogging?

    A: Per job, not per hour. The price depends on the number of rooms that need to be treated and the number of visits by an exterminator.

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