You don’t have to live with ladybugs in your living space.
Although ladybugs might seem like relatively harmless creatures, the presence of these insects can quickly turn into an issue. These bugs feature a rounded red shell with black spots and are also known as lady beetles, lady flies, and Asian lady beetles. When they show up in your garden, their presence can actually be appealing as they can help to get rid of other insects, including aphids. However, when the weather turns cold, ladybugs often start looking for warmer places to spend the winter. In the fall months, these insects might crawl through any small openings in the exterior of the home, which can turn into an infestation.
Ladybugs are generally harmless, as they don’t bite, spread disease, or sting. But some people suffer from allergies to these insects, which can cause symptoms like swollen, watery eyes, nasal congestion, and other respiratory issues. If ladybugs feel stressed or pressured, they can secrete blood from their leg joints, which can leave stains on your furniture, carpet, walls, and clothing. Additionally, ladybugs swarm in the fall, which can lead to an increase in the number of bugs in your home.
You don’t have to live with ladybugs in your living space. Instead, contact us at Quality Control Inc. to schedule ladybug control services. While the presence of a few ladybugs on your property isn’t too concerning, spotting a swarm or group of ladybugs inside your home should prompt you to take action. Ladybug control can resolve this issue and keep your home free of these insects. We use proven methods for ladybug control and offer reasonable pricing on all of our pest control services.
At Quality Control, Inc., we offer ladybug control in North Wilkesboro, Mount Airy, Jefferson, Lenoir, High Point, Mocksville, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and Mooresville, as well as Alexander County, Alleghany County, Ashe County, Caldwell County, Davidson County, Davie County, Forsyth County, Guilford County, Iredell County, Stokes County, Surry County, Wilkes County, and Yadkin County, North Carolina, and Stuart, Wytheville, and Hillsville, as well as Carroll County, Floyd County, Grayson County, Henry County, Patrick County, and Wythe County, Virginia.