The 2 Dangerous Pests You Won’t Want

Posted: December 9, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Homeowners are always concerned with pests and considering the fact that there are many pests, homeowners should really be concerned with this. Even if the pests are actually harmless to us, we don’t like having them because we see them as nothing but an annoyance. But the truth is some pests are not limited to annoyance only. Some pests are extremely dangerous just like the 2 pests that we shall discuss here.


We all know what white ants or termites are. They are interesting little creatures that would endanger homes, buildings, structures, furniture or anything that contains wood. Yes, they may look scary with their large mandibles but termites do not harm people. They don’t bite. They don’t even carry germs with them. They are only known to consume wood and destroy homes.

Good thing termites are not very voracious. The problem is, a single colony of termites contains tens or hundreds of thousands of hungry individual. Thus, they can still consume a lot of wood in a short amount of time. This will give you no other choice but to rely on pest control Los Angeles.

Mice and Rats

Mice and their bigger relative the rats are pests with extreme danger. They are dangerous to our homes, belongings and health. They are not picky and would chew anything their paws can get hold off. They could chew on electrical wires and cause fire hazards. They would damage wood and funiture. They can even chew holes on walls and reduce your home’s value.

Most of all, these rodents are huge risks to health. Mice and rats are filthy. They are carriers of various bacteria and viruses that may cause illnesses to humans.


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