Mites Pest Control Melbourne, VIC

We offer advanced dust mite treatment for your home or business. Dust mites cause many allergies, so eliminating them ensures your well-being.

In addition to mite bite treatment, would you like advanced pest control services? 365 Pest Control offers mite control services for Melbourne homeowners and businesses to improve the overall health of their properties. Using our years of experience, modern procedures, and state-of-the-art tools, we provide top-notch pest control services in Melbourne.

Call (04)33949536 for more information about our preventative mite control and prevention services.

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365’s Spider / Mites
Control Services Melbourne

Residential Termite Treatments

Residential Spider Mite Treatment

Residential spider mite treatment involves targeted measures to control spider mite infestations in homes and gardens. In addition to inspecting, applying safe and practical pesticides, and maintaining proper plant health, we consider natural predators. In order to ensure a pest-free living environment, spider mites must be eliminated from the home.

Commercial Termite Treatment

Spider Mite Treatment for Garden

365's Spider mite treatment for gardens focuses on eradicating spider mite infestations that harm plants. This process involves identifying affected areas, using appropriate pesticides or natural solutions, promoting plant vigour through proper care, and employing preventative measures. It is to ensure a healthy garden free from spider mites.

Process of Our
Mites Pest Control Treatment Plan

Inspection and Assessment

Inspection and Assessment

Sanitation and Prevention

Sanitation and Prevention



Plant Health Management

Plant Health Management

Customized Treatment Plan

Customized Treatment Plan

Continuous Monitoring

Continuous Monitoring

Treatment Application

Treatment Application

Follow-Up Inspections

Follow-up Inspections

Reason to Choosing 365 for Mites Pest Control in Melbourne, VIC

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FAQ on Mites Pest Control

Ans. Since mites are so small, they are rarely encountered. There are at least 48,000 species of mites around the world, according to scientists.

Clover Mites, House Dust Mites, Itch Mites, Chiggers, Scabies Mites, Rodent Mites, Bird Mites, and many other types of mites exist. Additionally, mites serve a variety of useful purposes while not being as noticeable as their spider relatives.

The human itch mite, or hominins, belongs to the arachnid family Sarcoptidae, subclass Acari. A mite cannot penetrate the stratum corneum, which is the top layer of the skin. Kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms, and offices are typically characterized by high levels of carbon dioxide.

Ans. Using syringing for cultural control. By routinely syringing, spider mites can be controlled on the majority of landscape ornamental plants. Using this method also protects natural predators.

The two-spotted spider mite is commonly spread on beds and indoor plants. Therefore, when purchasing new plants, look carefully for mite activity on the leaf bottom surface. It is important to isolate new home plants from other plants until you are certain there are no mites present.

To ensure that you are in a healthy environment around you, Tom’s Pest Control Melbourne has a four-stage treatment process. With us, you will receive affordable mite removal treatment that won’t break your budget. We ensure same-day or next-day mite pest control service with certified pest control experts.

Ans. To get rid of spider mites, you should spray your plants every 5-7 days. For smaller plants, you can use a spray bottle of water. For bigger plants, you can spray them in the sink or shower.

Make sure to thoroughly spray clean every leaf, top and bottom, as well as all the crevices and crevices on the stems and branches if you are very meticulous. The therapy must continue for many weeks in order to ensure you catch any new ones that have hatched since your last cleaning.

As showering them off will also moisten the soil, we suggest changing your watering routine for a few weeks if you spray your big plants in the shower or sink. In addition to attracting additional pests, constant moisture in the soil can cause a variety of other issues.

Ans. To eradicate the mites (or mites) that cause bites or skin irritations, our professionals will thoroughly inspect contaminated properties and determine which mite species is responsible. As mites are tiny and barely visible without magnification, examining and identifying them can be challenging.

Our mite treatment plan will include specific treatment methods, a schedule, expected outcomes, and other information based on the results of our examination.

In addition to employing a pesticide that is safe for both humans and pets, we offer a fantastic selection of safe sprays to eradicate mites and keep your home healthy. Be aware, however, that a one-time treatment for mite infestation cannot have long-term effects. Make sure you opt for mite control services regularly to prevent mite infestation from occurring again.

Ans. The mites usually don’t bite people, but they may if they’re still on their skin. The mild itching and skin irritation caused by mite bites do not require medical care. It is possible to treat mite bites with over-the-counter and prescription antihistamines, topical corticosteroids, and allergy injections.

In addition, if you have a rash or body burrows, your doctor may be able to identify the mites by looking at them or digging one out of its burrow using a needle or scraper.

It is possible for house mouse mites (Liponyssoides saguineus), spiny rat mites (Laelaps echidna), and tropical rat mites (Ornithonyssus bacoti) to bite humans. As well as feeding on mice’s blood, the house mouse mite also bites rats and humans, leaving them with a rash. To avoid this inconvenience, it is better to hire a mite control team like Tom’s Pest Control Melbourne.

Ans. We rarely see mites because they’re so small, measuring less than 0.04 inches (1mm). They are, however, effective at destroying bugs. Scientists estimate that there are at least 48,000 mite species in the world today, and some experts claim that there could be as many as a million undetected. In spite of the fact that mites are not as noticeable as spiders, they do perform a wide variety of useful and dangerous functions.


  • Get rid of any empty nests or dead birds.
  • Use insecticides such as permethrin, ß-cyfluthrin, or deltamethrin to control bird mites in your home.
  • Hire a bird mites control company to properly control mites on your property.

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Learn More About
Mites/ Spider Mites

Anatomy and Characteristics: Mites vary significantly in size, ranging from microscopic to visible to the naked eye. Despite their small size, they play significant roles in ecosystems as decomposers, predators, parasites, and vectors of diseases. Some common characteristics of mites include:

  • Body Segments: Mites typically have two main body segments—the gnathosoma (mouthparts) and the idiosoma (the rest of the body).
  • Legs: Most mites have four pairs of legs, each with specialized adaptations for different lifestyles.
  • Habitat: Mites founded in almost every habitat on Earth, including terrestrial, aquatic, and parasitic niches.
  • Feeding Habits:Mite diets vary widely, with some species being herbivores, predators, scavengers, or parasites. They feed on plants, insects, fungi, dead organic matter, blood, and more.

Common Types of Mites:

  • Dust Mites:These are commonly found indoors, particularly in bedding, carpets, and upholstery. They feed on skin flakes and are a common source of indoor allergens.
  • Spider Mites:Plant-damaging mites that feed on plant sap, leading to discoloration and leaf damage. They are a significant agricultural and horticultural pest.
  • Bird Mites:Parasitic mites that infest birds and sometimes bite humans. They can become a nuisance if bird nests are near human dwellings.
  • Scabies Mites:Parasitic mites that burrow into the skin of mammals, causing intense itching and skin rashes.
  • Chigger Mites: These mites infest animals and humans, causing itching and skin irritation. They are common in grassy and wooded areas.
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