Cigarette Beetles Control

A-Tex Pest Management of Austin, Texas is a pest control company that takes care of commercial businesses and residential homes locally and in surrounding areas. Completely licensed and insured, our company excels is in customer service, quality workmanship, and incorporates traditional values on consistent bases within the community at affordable rates. A-Tex Pest Management technicians are more than qualified in the industry; advanced and ongoing training, experience in the field, and remarkable skills associated with the industry. In addition to having the elite on our workforce, A-Tex Pest Management utilizes premium products and equipment to ensure our valued customers achieves optimal results.

Are Cigarette Beetles in Bedroom, Bathrooms & Other Places Harmful?

A-Tex Pest Management handles many pests that encroach on the businesses and homes in the Greater Austin Texas, area including Cigarette Beetles. Attacking stored tobacco, cigarette beetles can grow up to 1/8 of an inch long. They are typically light brown and their heads are bent downward, giving them a hump-like appearance. Active in subdued light, cigarette beetles as an adult are strong fliers but will play dead for defensive purposes. Pet food, flour, cereal, spices and pasta are a few examples of the products they will infest as well as books, dried flowers, spices, leather, silk and old rodent bait. Spices and dry pet food are very common foods for cigarette beetles and can often be found in open packaging. An indication of their presence is finding holes in packaging and debris coming out of packages. It is important to discard infested items and seal other items to prevent cigarette beetle and other pantry pest infestations from spreading.

Cigarette Beetle Identification, Signs, Bites & Pest Control in Austin, Round Rock, Leander, Pflugerville & Cedar Park, Texas

If you believe your home or business in the Greater Austin, Texas area is infested with cigarette beetles or other pests, contact A-Tex Pest Management today and let us do the rest.