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What are silverfish?
Are silverfish dangerous?
Why do I have a silverfish problem?
Where will I find silverfish?
How do I get rid of silverfish?
To get rid of silverfish from your property or structure, partner with the Texas pest control experts at Romney Pest Control. Our experienced professionals provide reliable and comprehensive pest control services that eliminate silverfish, as well as the routine services needed to prevent their return. If you are looking for high-quality pest control services to keep your Dallas/Ft. Worth, San Antonio, Austin, or Houston area home or business free of silverfish, reach out to Romney Pest Control today.
How can I prevent silverfish In the future?
Keep silverfish out of your home with the help of the following silverfish prevention tips:
- Reduce humidity levels inside of your home through the use of dehumidifiers, air-conditioners, and ventilated fans
- Wipe the excess water out of sinks and tubs.
- Make sure gutters are directing water away from the exterior of your home
- Seal cracks or gaps in your home’s foundation
- Maintain a rock or crushed stone barrier between the foundation of your home and any soil or mulch
Romney Pest Control received an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars from 589 reviews.
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