brown or grey in colour
3cm to 6cm in length
life cycle: 3-4 weeks
eggs to young: a few weeks
young to adult: few months
House Lizards are active at night and hunt using their sticky long tongues to catch prey.
House Lizards lay small, soft-shelled eggs in hidden locations like behind furniture or inside cracks and crevices.
They can be found both indoors and outdoors including homes, buildings, parks and forests.
Because they feed on insects, House Lizards are actually not pests; we consider them beneficial insects.
A House Lizard has a flat body shape with a broad head and large eyes.
They become a nuisance when they make noise at night and leave droppings around the premises.
Our Technicians are trained to meticulously seek out bed bugs and signs of booklice. They also take into consideration structural issues, housekeeping practices as well as surrounding environments.
Traps are placed along edges where lizards usually travel. This chemical-free method is effective as lizards get stuck on the trap and can be easily disposed of.
Based on our inspection of your premises and the contribution factors that may be involved, our technician will offer advice on how to keep lizards away.
After the service is done, a digital report will be emailed to you. This report contains photos of the problematic spots and the treatment done, along with suggestions specific to your site.
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