Pantry Pests - Pest Control In Holland, MI

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Pantry Pests

Pantry Pests in West Michigan (which are also known as “Stored Product Pests”) have an appetite for either processed or dried foods that you typically store in your cabinets. They do not cause any physical harm to your home, but the food that you have inside your home is most likely to be contaminated by these beetle-like creatures. The insects you would typically see in your home include: Indian meal moths, saw-toothed grain beetles, cigarette beetles, and weevils.

Service Information

Service Type :

Pantry Pests

Property Type:

Residential & Commercial

Service Available In:

West Michigan

Recommended Maintenance:

Annual inspections and treatments, with additional follow-ups as needed based on activity levels and seasonal changes.


$125 - $165 initial treatment

Service Benefits:

Eliminates infestations and preventing future occurrences.

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How To Identify Pantry Pests

You can typically spot a pantry pest by infested food left out or by having crawling/ flying insects around the house. They range in various forms and colors: Indian meal moths: are reddish-brown with light gray towards the head Saw-toothed grain beetles: brown Cigarette beetles: light brown Weevils: Black These pests typically contaminate more food than they actually eat, as they maneuver in and out of your foods leaving behind droppings, which can cause disease if consumed. They can chew their way through cardboard or packaging, so it is recommended to check your perishable items before digging into them.

Damage Caused By Pantry Pests

The physical damage to your home from pantry pests is slim to none. These insects have a similar diet as us, by feeding on packaged food items at home. They typically eat grains, flours, cereals/ processed foods, dried fruits, beans, nuts, and spices

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Pantry Pests in West Michigan (which are also known as “Stored Product Pests”) eat processed or dried foods that you store in cabinets

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