Termites have a distinct reputation for eating wood and are sometimes known as white ants in Australia. They commonly feed on dead plant material, such as household furniture or fallen trees. Much like ants, termites work together to feed, nurture and protect their colony. There are currently more than 4,000 known species and these insects are considered a major pest when they are found in residential or commercial buildings due to their diet and expensive taste. These pests are social creatures and can be found living in warmer climates. They prefer subtropical or tropical areas that have a dense woodland environment. They are also commonly found in major cities that have extensive wooden architecture, such has New Orleans. Termites can be a positive influence on the nature surrounding their habitats with their ability to recycle and rejuvenate woodlands but are typically considered a pest when found in undesirable areas.



Commonly known as roaches, these creatures usually have a dark brown or reddish shell and can range from one eighth of an inch to two inches long; these sizes are relative in width. They have flattened oval bodies and long swept-back antennae, sporting striped shells or wings. The head is usually concealed, adding to their unusual and disagreeable look. Some roaches have wings and are able to fly, while others get around by scuttling across floor boards. In certain countries, roaches are fried and eaten as local delicacy.


Bed Bug

If you have seen evidence of bed bugs or want to help protect your home against this multiplying intruder, Our Kavin Pest Control Solutions Team will come and inspect your home. Bed bugs are sneaky and hard to find, but our team is trained to pinpoint evidence if they are around. On the first visit, he will examine your entire home including the bed, furniture, rugs, and linens. He will conduct an inspection of target areas, and if required, use tools to check cracks and crevices.


House Fly

They prefer corners and edges or thin objects to rest on. Indoors, they rest on floors, walls and ceilings during the day. Outdoors, they will rest on plants, the ground, fence wires, garbage cans, etc. Night resting places are usually near sources of food and 5 to 15 feet off the ground. Wide variety of food, including human food, animal food and carcasses, garbage and excrement.



The average life expectancy for most rodents is approximately three years, though each species reaches maturity at different ages. Rodents kept in captivity generally have a longer life expectancy, living usually no more than ten years. Most rodents only breed once a year, and while mating seasons can differ among species, most rodents will breed in the fall. Most of these creatures have a short gestational period, and females can sometimes produce multiple litters each year. Litters also vary in size, some reaching up to fourteen babies in one litter. While the common rodent only averages a three-year lifespan, they tend to reach maturity at an earlier age and can then reproduce, enabling them to quickly multiply.