Moth control for businesses
A moth problem can be extremely damaging to your business. If your business deals in textiles, fabrics, carpets, woollen clothing, or upholstery, moths can ruin your inventory. They can also contaminate stored products or food, and if your company doesn’t address the infestation, you are breaking the law. They can even damage production facilities and machinery, and in places like museums or historic buildings, the moth problem can destroy irreplaceable and irretrievable artefacts.
As soon as you see signs of moths, such as holes in materials or larvae and eggs, you should call the pest experts.
The AAA Termites and Pest Control treatment concept:
- The AAA Termites and Pest Control pest expert will arrange a suitable time for a full and careful examination of your property.
- He will then recommend an action plan based on the extent of your flea infestation and make you an offer for implementation.
- As soon as you have accepted the offer, the responsible service technician will contact you. Multiple visits may be necessary, depending on the treatment.
- During the first visit, the service technician will explain the control method to you.
- Finally, he will advise you so that the moth problem does not recur.
With a AAA Termites and Pest Control service contract, long-term preventive and acute treatments using pheromone traps, sticky traps, contact insecticides and nebulization lead to infestation reduction and even eradication.
Excursus: pheromone traps
By disrupting the moth’s mating cycle, pheromone traps can be an effective way of eliminating the moth problem in your business. Pheromone traps are an environmentally friendly, non-toxic solution for continuous infestation control without the risk of pesticide residue in your products.
We distinguish between two methods of using pheromone traps:
- Monitoring procedure: The male animals are attracted by the pheromone donors and kept captive in the trap.
- Irritation method: Pheromones are applied in excess by placing several pheromone traps in the affected areas to interrupt mating: the male moths cannot find the female moths to mate.