The abundance of bugs and their small size make it easy for them to invade a house. There can be some places in the house that can provide them a proper inhabitant. The problem that is commonly heard is the invasion of carpet beetles. They are attracted to the animal-based products such as silk, leather, wool, and fur. If you come across the clothes, pillows, coats and carpets having holes in it, the only culprits are carpet beetles. They do not only make your fabrics a waste; your furniture is in danger too. The dangerous species of carpet beetles include common carpet beetles, black carpet beetles, furniture carpet beetles, and varied carpet beetles. They may look different in appearance but are equally dangerous. Adult carpet beetles and carpet beetle larvae have different targets. Adults only look for pollen and nectar while the larvae cause all the damage in the houses.
If you are looking for them in your home, suspected infested sites dark places such as cupboards, drawers, basement, wall cracks, and attics. They even feed on their preferred items in the dark. They do not leave anything spare so have a look under carpets, cousins, and furniture as well. If the bugs you see in your house are oval in shape and have a mixture of gray and black patches on their skin, you have got your target. These insects use doors, windows, and small holes in the house to make their way inside the house.