Carpet Beetle

carpetbeetleThe carpet beetle thrives on various materials such as fur, woolen, leather, hair, and other organic matter. It lays eggs in 100% wool carpets, and in garments stored in closets and attics, where larvae can feed on materials for up to one year.

Carpet Beetle Treatment & Carpet Beetle Control

The key to control common carpet beetle and black carpet beetle is to find the primary source of infestation and eliminate it. Following Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program will eliminate carpet beetle infestation.

Dewey Pest and Termite Control

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