Silverfish Control

Silverfish have a metallic and silver colour and have a torpedo body shape. They are nocturnal, therefore only become active during the night and avoid areas with sunlight. Silverfish thrive in cardboard and paper; therefore many homes bring silverfish into the household via these materials.

The adult lays an average can lay 100 eggs and the best development occurs at a temperature of 22-27°C (72-80 degrees Fahrenheit) with a relative humidity of 75 – 97 per cent. 


1. Thorough Inspection
The first step of the process will be for our skilled technicians to perform a thorough internal and external audit throughout your property to uncover ant activity and any possible risks.  We will examine a range of areas to ensure we have full visibility of the issue in order to provide a proper recommendation. 

2. Environmentally Friendly
All our pesticides are safe for families and pets. We also ensure our products are environmentally friendly but still remain very effective against all pests. Results should be instant with ongoing improvements over new few weeks.

3. Follow-up service
Clients living in difficult silverfish infested areas may choose to have their home treated on a yearly basis. We will educate you on easy things to control future infestations, while also helping with implementation of long term control methods.


In preparation for successful PEST treatment, clients should:

Removing Items and debris from moist dark areas in outdoor areas.

Seal cracks and gaps and remove high moisture living zones.

Vacate the premises during service and do not re-enter until at least 4 hours after treatment or until the product is completely dry. Open windows for 20 minutes after re-entr

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