proof. Pest Control in Livonia, MI
Common Pest Issues We Treat in Livonia
House mice are common in Livonia because of its older residential neighborhoods. Mice activity is more noticeable in winter because other pests are often not as active and mice look for structures like houses to live in when the weather is cold.
Mice like to nest in dark, secluded areas like the spaces between walls. They will eat many kinds of food including human food, animal food, and garbage from both residences and commercial buildings like restaurants.
Livonia has many forested areas so mud daubers are a common pest here, especially near Rotary Park and along the Bell Branch.
Mud daubers have an interesting life cycle and diet. In the spring, the overwintering pupae (cocoons) develop into adults. The new adult females build a nest out of mud and then begin to capture insects or spiders that they place into mud cell in the nest.
Eggs are deposited on the prey within each cell, and the cell sealed with mud. The larvae that hatch from the eggs feed on the prey left by the adult wasp, and then change into the pupal stage (cocoon) that overwinters.
Mud daubers are not generally aggressive to humans but they will sting if provoked. They have a painful sting like other wasps. If you have a mud dauber nest (or any other kind of wasp or hornet nest), call us today and we’ll take care of it for you!
Common types of pests we treat in Livonia, MI include:
Rodents: moles, voles
In addition to mud daubers, other common stinging pests in Livonia include wasps, hornets and carpenter bees.