Moths like to hide out in the dark, quiet areas of your home. You may not even know they’re present, while they rapidly breed in your attic, basements, closets or pantry. Before you know it, you can have an infestation on your hands. Bug Ivey can stop them from multiplying and protect your belongings.

About Moths

There are several species of moths in the Carolinas. Varying in size, most are gray or brown in color. Attracted to lighting on the exterior of your home, they can easily get in through windows and doors. Sometimes, their eggs are introduced on the clothing, food or furniture you bring into your house. While their lifespan is generally one month or less, they are able to lay their eggs in the low-traffic areas with convenient food sources for their larvae offspring. 

Moth eggs look like tiny, white balls and some are contained in webbing. They are easy to overlook in the back of a closet. Once the larvae hatch, they need to eat. At this caterpillar stage, they consume whatever is around them: clothing, fabrics, upholstery or carpeting. As caterpillars mature, they form cocoons and then transform into moths. As the moths emerge from their cocoons, they go on to breed, and the entire life cycle repeats in your home. 

As soon as you notice their eggs or damaged fabrics, you should contact Bug Ivey for professional assistance.

Our experts can help you get rid of moths and prevent them from returning.

Treatment Information

Moth Treatment Information

When you call Bug Ivey, you can count on our team of experts to deliver quick, effective and lasting results to give you peace of mind. After your treatment has been completed we will guarantee your home free from spiders for 30 days from the date of your  treatment. If you have any issues during your warranty period, let us know and we will send a technician at no cost to you.

You can rely on Bug Ivey to stop infestations. We’ve been helping families in the Charlotte area keep their homes and belongings pest-free since 1954.

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