Silverfish. Much less popular than goldfish.
We don’t see silverfish around too often except in areas where there’s generally old papers around such places as old filing cabinets or boxes, but considering that silverfish are a food source for centipedes earwigs and spiders, there’s probably another good reason why they’re not out in the open!
Interestingly, silverfish grow from egg to adult hood without changing too much. Silverfish are very primitive and have adapted to live in almost any environment. Silverfish require professional treatment and our team of experts will help to make your home pest free from silverfish or any other structural pest we find.
Like clothes moths, silverfish will eat natural fibers such as cotton or silk and will even eat leather if they’re hungry enough! If you seen silverfish or possible evidence from them, give us a call today.