Bugs in Basement or Crawl Space

Keep pests out of your basement or crawl space.

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Your basement or crawl space can serve as natural breeding grounds for bugs and other pests. They love to live in dark, damp spaces. Common bugs in these environments include roly-polies, millipedes, centipedes, cockroaches, ants, and silverfish, and these bugs serve as excellent food sources for rodents and snakes. The bottom line is critters in your foundation are bad, and they shouldn’t be there.


Besides the fact that bugs in your basement or crawl space is an unwanted problem in general, it could be a clear sign that you have moisture issues in your basement. A completely dry basement floor is less desirable than a damp basement floor for most of these bugs, and without the little bugs, the bigger critters can’t survive.


Unfortunately, the problem doesn’t just stop there. If you notice an increasing number of bugs in your basement or crawl space, chances are they may work their way into your house as well. If you start to notice a lot of unwanted visitors, it may be time to assess the moisture levels and relative humidity in your basement or crawl space. Let the experts at AquaGuard keep your house bug-free.


We offer quotes in Marietta, Atlanta, Athens, Rome, and surrounding areas. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.

The best way to get rid of bugs in your basement or crawlspace is to first solve your moisture issue.


We offer the following services to dry up your basement or crawl space and keep unwanted critters out:

  • Sump Pump Systems
  • Crawl Space Encapsulation
  • Foundation Crack Repairs
  • Drain Systems
  • Wall Moisture Barriers
  • Dehumidifiers

All of these services help create a dry environment with no moisture on the ground, walls, or in the air. Once dry, bugs will no longer find it a desirable or survivable place to live and will stay away.


Call AquaGuard today to learn how to make your basement or crawl space dry, healthy, and bug-free.

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