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JOPESTKIL is a full service Kenyan owned pest control & hygiene service provider company founded in 2002 by Mr.Kennedy Arum.
Our goal at Jopestkil Pest Control is to provide our customers with effective, ecologically responsible pest management solutions, protecting health, households and the earth. Our integrated approach relies on targeting the source of pest problems rather than the symptoms, therefore eliminating pests through low impact techniques.
Jopestkil Pest Control is a team of dedicated, positive, and successful members who constantly strive to conduct themselves with the highest level of integrity and honesty.
The vision of Jopestkil Pest Control is to provide peace of mind to our community by protecting and preserving health and property through state-of-the-art maintenance services for our residential, commercial, and industrial clients, while creating a safe, working environment for our expert team members.
Jopestkil Pest Control has been providing excellent service to customers since the year 2002. Our service areas include all the three Kenyan cities-Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu and their surrounding areas.
Jopestkil provides the finest approach to residential, private homes and commercial premises against pest infestations, all pest infestation problems we tackle with professional touch thereby resulting in perfect extermination measures for:
BEES & WASPS
Moths typically have two pairs of wings covered in scales. They have a coiled proboscis and large compound eyes. Moths vary dramatically in appearance and size depending on the species.
Some are massive and others tiny. Certain species of moths are brilliant with metallic colors while other are drab in browns or grey. Most indoor infesting moths are smaller than 2 cm wingspan and often are shades of grey or brown to reddish brown.
They are often the food source for many animals, reptiles, including birds, mammals, amphibians, insects and even some unique plants. Homeowners usually encounter moths that feeds on stored pantry items or on fabrics.They are famous to ruin fabrics and usually avoid lights, will be found on dark locations such as attics, eaves, basements and closets.
Moth behaviour, diet and habits are as varied as their appearance. They range from beautiful pollinators to sneaking blood feeders. Some moths are major agricultural pests, while the majority complete their life cycle with no significant direct impact on man. They often are the food source for many animals, including birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects, arachnids and even some plants. Indoors, homeowners most likely encounter moths that are either feeding on stored pantry items or on fabrics.
Although they are most famous for their ability to ruin wool clothing, webbing clothes moths are also attracted to a variety of other natural materials, including silk, hair, felt, fur and feathers.
They avoid light and are most commonly found in dark locations such as basements, attics and closets. Within these locations, moths can be found in the folds of fabrics or hiding in corners. Moths are capable of infesting a home long before their populations are noticed. As a result, substantial damage can occur to clothing or furnishings.
Moth larvae, not the adults, are responsible for destroying clothing. They prefer animal-based fabrics. Moths may consume sweaters, coats, blankets, carpets, decorative items, comforters, pillows and toys. They prefer not to feed on synthetic fibers, but will consume blended and stained fabrics.
While some are harmless and others are known to be beneficial for their silk and nutritional value, most moths and caterpillars are considered nuisance pests because the larvae, adults stings their destructive populations to agricultural farmlands.
The most common ways that moths get inside are by flying through an open door or window and being unintentionally brought inside via infested food products, infested plants, on infested fabric items and on our clothing when a moth lands on a piece of our clothing and is unknowingly brought inside a home or business.
To prevent or minimize moth entry, inspect all food products brought into the home. This is particularly important with pet foods and grain-based products. Be sure to inspect clothing, furniture, fabrics and rugs and plants for the immature or the adult moth stages before bringing them inside a home or business. Another effective way to limit moth entry into a structure is to use outdoor lighting only when necessary since lights are a significant moth attractor around the home at night.
Moth signs depend greatly on the species. Indoors, moths are detected by the adults as they fly about the room or rest on surfaces. Fabric-feeding moths are detected when feeding damage to fabrics is discovered. Some will also leave webbing, cocoons and even droppings as evidence of their activity. Stored product moths may leave behind damaged food items, webbing and droppings as well. Some moths will leave their food source when its time to pupate. The pupae may be seen in corners of cabinets, drawers or walls.
The use of right pesticides is advised in treating a moth infestation. The most effective solution for indoor infesting moths is to identify the moth and the breeding materials. For professional assistance, contact Jopestkil pest control professional operators for instant solution.