Your Sow Bug infestation will become a history!

You are on your way to exterminating Sow Bug with our most effective pesticide spray applications.

Our service begins by listening to your concerns and observations. Then we inspect the property, assess the Sow Bug situation and devise a plan for Sow Bug Pest Control and extermination.

We exterminate Sow Bug by employing insecticide spray or fog by targeting the key areas of your home, as needed.

During the course of Insecticides Spray or Fog application, we:

  • Target Sow Bug directly by the insecticides.
  • Next, we apply insecticides to Sow Bug nesting and hiding areas.
  • Also, we apply insecticides to Sow Bug foraging and feeding opportunities.
  • Any entry and exit points used by Sow Bug are treated as well.
  • To conclude, Sow Bug egg laying spots are targeted.
Exterminator Spraying Insecticides and Killing Bugs

Our service includes a 7 months limited warranty.

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Guidelines for Sow Bug Extermination Service.

For a faster and long lasting effects of Sow Bug Pest Control and Extermination service delivery, please, consider the suggestions below:

Exterminator Spraying Insecticides and Killing Bugs

  • To begin, Clean and Clear out all the areas and spaces where Sow Bug are seen.
  • Consider adjusting Air systems and Ventilation.
  • Consider that Insecticides Fog may falsely trigger Smoke or Fire alarm.
  • Some insecticides may have a petro-chemicals like smell that lingers behind for a few days.
  • Vacate property including pets before Insecticides Application begins.
  • Prepare to stay out for at least 4 hours.

Please give it up to 5 weeks for the complete Pest Control and Extermination of Sow Bug. We observe that over 80% of the Sow Bug infestations are completely eliminated by the end of this period.

Sow Bug, Potato Bug and Pill Bug

are removed using insecticide spray.


Not more than 3/4 inch long; thorax composed of seven hard overlapping plates with seven pairs of legs; only pillbugs are able to roll up into a ball for protection, when distrubed.

Both sowbugs and pillbugs are terrestrial members of the crustacean group Isopoda, more closely related to crabs and shrimp than to insects. Most isopods are aquatic or marine, and many are parasites of fish. Characteristically isopods have seven pairs of legs and the body consists of a head, with antennae, and a series of armored body plates, ending in a tail-like telson.

SowBug, PillBug, PotatoBug or Role-Poly

SowBug, PillBug, PotatoBug or Role-Poly

Habits & Diet:

Prefer moist locations; found under objects on damp ground; mostly nocturnal; sometimes found in basements and ground levels of structures.

Sowbugs and pillbugs are major pests in gardens, nurseries and glasshouses along the Coast and other areas of high rainfall or fog drip. They feed on decayed vegetable matter and tender young plant growth, attacking young plants of all kinds, including strawberries, vegetables, forage crops and even mushrooms. They are nocturnal and are most active during the rainy season, or in damp foggy conditions.

Below: a Sow Bug besides a 10 ¢ coin.


Both sowbugs and pill bugs mate throughout the year, with most activity in the spring. The female carries the eggs, numbering from 7 to 200, in a brood pouch on the underside of her body. Eggs hatch in three to seven weeks and the young are white-colored. They remain in the brood pouch for six to eight weeks until they are able to take care of themselves. There may be one to two generations per year, with individuals living up to three years depending on weather conditions.

Other Information:

Armadillidium, the pillbug, is actually an introduced pest species from Europe. Controlling these creatures is difficult and generally involves eliminating damp, dark places where they can shelter, and the use of pesticides.