FAQ

Snakes:


When snakes are most active?

Since snakes are cold blooded, they hibernate during winter month and become quite inactive in times of intense heat during summer.

The greatest period of activity for snakes is spring; when they come out of the hibernation and hungrily searching for food. The active period can last from 5 to 10 months.

Snakes are most active and night and this is in the time when humans and pets run the greatest risk of getting snake bite.


I heard snakes carry diseases, is that true? 

 Yes, snakes can carry diseases; they can be host to a large number of parasites, which in turn, can affect humans, dogs and cats. Snakes carry the salmonella bacteria on their skin. People who pick up salmonella can become seriously ill with diarrhea, vomiting, fever and chills. Salmonella can also affect the blood. Salmonella can also spread through snake fecal matter.


How can BREGA help me get right of my snake problem?  

Advanced can help toy in the removal of snakes from attics, walls, crawl, spaces, woodpiles, homes, sheds, pores and other hard-to-reach locations through special snake-trapping techniques. Our snake trappers use a variety of snake live special snake-trapping traps, depending on the kind of snake infestation.

 

Moth:


Why do moths eat our clothes?


Have you ever opened your closet and found tiny holes in your garments?

You might think that you snagged it on something or maybe the item itself is of a bed quality. That’s not always true. Actually, this might have been done by a moth of a group of method called "cloth moth".

You may ask why they would do that, simply because they are hungry and need food. Also, they can be laying eggs and their offspring could be the ones eating your clothes and they grow up. They do this because certain types of clothing are made up of materials that are organic like wool or fur. These materials have protein in them and are a good meal for them.

Fabric-destroying insects cause much damage each year, in addition to large loses in commercial fabric manufacturing and storage operations.

These insects spread in sweater, coats, upholstery, piano felt, blankets and any other woolen products. They can cause massive losses in various industries.

 

Bed bugs:


1-      Has there been resurgence of bed bug. And how do you know?

There has been an increase in bed bug infestation. Our members of pest control companies who usually received 1 to 2 bed bug calls a year are now reporting 1 to 2 each week.

2-      Why are bed bugs so hard to treat?

They can live for a year or more without eating and can withstand a wide range of temperatures from nearly freezing to almost 113 degree Fahrenheit.

3-      Why are bed bugs issue for hotels, visitors and home owners?

Bed bugs leave itchy bloody welts on human skin. Bed bugs can live for a year with our eating, which makes them hard to control. Once inside a hotel or a house, bed bugs spread to next door rooms as guests move to another room.

4-      Do bed bugs appear in bed only?

Bed bugs appear not only in beds, but also in chairs, cushion, sofas, behind electrical outlets and cracks or even behind pictures frames. In another words, they can live pretty much anywhere.

5-      How can BREGA control bed bugs?

Any affective bed bugs control strategy should start with a careful inspection.

Advanced can identify and suspect spots where the bugs may be harboring. This is not a matter that can be controlled effectively with do-it-yourself measures.

As they are discovered, advanced will develop a treatment and control strategy with the customer depending on the extent of the infestation. 

 

cockroaches:


Do cockroaches spread diseases?

Cockroaches are considered a threat to health and major cause of outbreaks of transmitted diseases and this is one of the main reasons that health professionals fight cockroaches in restaurants and hospitals because they can leave bacteria and diseases behind as well as spreading diseases.

How to cockroaches possibly infect humans with diseases and illness?

Cockroaches are believed to be mechanical vectors of some diseases. This means that they can carry diseases from one place to another. For example, if they come up from the sewer and walk across a slice of bread, it is possible that whatever pathogen that is carried by the transferred to the bread and ultimately to the person that eat it.