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 Crawling Insects

Get Rid Of Bed Bug By Our Finest Pest Control In Abu Dhabi
Bed bugs are one of the primarily known human parasites which are night-time creatures living off human and animals’ blood. They are small but lethal at the same time and can trigger phobias and anxiety. That’s where Al Waha Hygiene comes in to coop with this growing concern. There are two different kinds of bed bugs one is Cimex Lectularius and the other is Cimex Hemipterus (tropical bedbug). They are commonly found in damp and shady areas such as bedrooms, hotels, luggage, and even in items of clothing. Our experts are equipped to watch your back.

Scared Of Crawling Insects? Call For Best Cockroach Pest Control in Abu Dhabi

Cockroaches have lived for more than 300 million years; they are constantly evolving and have become extremely resilient. They can now be found in all continents around the world. At home or offices, some help is needed to get rid of them. Al Waha Hygiene is capable of taking care of crawling insects including ants, fleas, silverfish, and ticks with having minimum impact on your daily routine. Reaching us out via call or WhatsApp at +971 56 6952225 will be the right choice.

Best Choice To Control Flies And Mosquitos In Abu Dhabi

Apart from possessing one of the most interesting visual structures in the world, the flies in the atmosphere are a health threat. In current situation where immunity level for a normal human being is lower than adequate; germs and viruses can cause serious damage to health. That’s why the need of keeping the homes and offices pest free is more than before.

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Let us make your premises pest-proof by identifying the signs of an infestation. We are well-versed in eliminating all kinds of pests even birds, lizards and other dangerous crawling insects. 

Ants
Scientific Name: Formicidae

Known for their incredible strength (they can carry 10-50 times their weight!!), their resourcefulness and their spirit of community, the annoyingly persistent ant manages to inspire humans with their eusocial nature while causing significant damage to human property.

Studies have shown that ants have been around since the period of Dinosaurs and are still thriving, proving that size does not matter. With over 10 trillion ants in the world, it is estimated that there are approximately over 1 million ants per human being right now.

Bed Bugs

Scientific Name: Cimex lectularius

One of the oldest known human parasites, bed bugs are nocturnal creatures that live off the blood of humans and pets. This pest has become a growing concern in recent times due to more travel globally and resistance being shown to certain traditional pesticides.

Cockroaches

Scientific Name: Blattodea

With evidence to indicate that they have been in existence for over 300 million years, the highly adaptable and resilient Cockroach is now found in every continent of the world including Antarctica.

Out of 4600 cockroach species, about 30 of them have been associated with human habitats. They are nocturnal creatures that thrive on social interaction. They communicate with each other and tend to send signals of food sources to fellow cockroaches using pheromones due to which they manage to aggregate and co-exist effectively.

Fleas

Scientific Name: Siphonaptera

Fleas includes 2,500 species of small flightless insects that survive as external parasites of mammals and birds. Fleas live by consuming blood, or hematophagy, from their hosts. Their legs are long with the hind pair well adapted for jumping.

Silverfish

Scientific Name: Lepisma saccharina

A silverfish is a small, primitive, wingless insect. Its common name has been derived from the animal’s silvery light grey colour, combined with the fish-like appearance of its movements. The silverfish’s diet consists of carbohydrates such as sugar or starches.

Spider

Scientific Name: Araneae

Spiders are air-breathing creatures that have eight legs and chelicerae with fangs able to inject venom. There are about 40,000 known species of spiders. Most spiders use a web to catch their prey, which are usually insects. Spiders create silk from spinneret glands in their abdomen that is extremely strong.

Tick

Scientific Name: Ixodida

Ticks are typically 3 to 5 mm long. They are external parasites, living by feeding on the blood of mammals, birds, and sometimes reptiles and amphibians. Ticks are widely distributed around the world, especially in warm, humid climates. Adults have ovoid or pear-shaped bodies, which become engorged with blood when they feed, and eight legs. Ticks find their hosts by detecting animals’ breath and body odors, or by sensing body heat, moisture, and vibrations. They are incapable of flying or jumping, but many tick species particularly lie in wait in a position known as “questing”. While questing, ticks cling to leaves and grasses by their third and fourth pairs of legs.