You’ve got a hankering to bake a decadent, chocolate cake, you mix the wet ingredients and now it’s time for the flour. You open your bag of flour but to your horror, a few moths fly out. Moths!? What!? You also notice some wriggly, worm-like creatures and your dreams of a luscious, gooey, chocolatey cake are evaporating. Inspecting your pantry, you find more moths. And you thought moths just wanted your sweaters. Nope, the indian meal moth has attacked and it hits you where it hurts. All the foundational ingredients to your baking such as flours and grains but also any starchy treats like cereals, crackers and cookies are all the perfect target for an indian meal moth. There is just nothing more upsetting than pouring a bowl of cereal only to see your Frosty O’s come out with some frosty meal moths and larvae. Don’t let anymore of your pantry treats become a casualty to this pest, you need Pointe Pest Control.
Is It Termite Season?
What time of year do termites generally appear? This is, perhaps, the wrong question to ask. While termites will only…