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Centipedes are generally hatched from eggs, but some varieties are born live. Some centipedes may live as long as six years.​ Centipedes actually have the ability to bite, and are poisonous. The poison from their fangs, located behind the head, is used to kill insects, which are their primary food. To a human, a bite feels like that of a bee sting, and can be dangerous, especially if there is an allergic reaction in response to the bite. Children will be more sensitive to a centipede's bite, house centipede control is very important to control centipede bites.

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House centipedes are an indoor variety. They can move quickly and do not require the moisture that the other varieties need. Centipedes are beneficial to the control of other insects, which may be a good reason to keep them around. The most likely time of year to see centipedes in your home is in the spring or fall. Our Centipede Control Professional will come to your home and identify the source of the infestation & provide a customized Centipede treatment plan.

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Though centipedes may be seen as a repulsive pest, they are not a major threat to people or animals. Centipedes can grow up to six inches in length. A centipede can be easily distinguished from a millipede because it has fewer legs; specifically, one set for every segment of its body. Millipedes have two sets of legs for every segment, and when they move, their legs appear to be moving in a wave-like motion. A millipede's legs are also shorter and, in general, a millipede cannot move very fast. A centipede, with its fewer legs, can travel considerably faster.