Where there’s one ant, there are likely hundreds more. The live in colonies and are classified as either nuisance, dangerous, or damaging.
Bed bugs tend to spread from place to place. They feed on blood, and they are often found in soft spaces such as mattresses and bedding.
Birds and their nests and droppings can be quite annoying, and pigeons are commonly found in the area. They can clog drains and vents, causing backup and even fire hazards.
Cockroaches can spread disease and filth, although they aren’t poisonous. Since they’re nocturnal, if you notice a cockroach in your home during the day, you likely have an infestation somewhere that needs to be taken care of.
Fleas are attracted to the heat and movement of people and animals, and they like to lay their trillions of eggs on living beings.
Flies such as fruit flies and house flies commonly make their way into homes and are notoriously difficult to eradicate.
Mice can live in your home or walls as long as they have sources of food, water, and a place to hide.
Termites can cause major structural damage to your home as they eat their way through wood, paper, and insulation.