18-Mar-2019 – This spring, experts warn that centipedes will be invading many homes across Canada in search of places to lay their eggs. The Scutigera Coleoptrata, which is commonly referred to as a house centipede, is expected to make way to your homes. The worst part is that this kind of centipede bites. Also, it often lays eggs in the dozens, all of which will come crawling out of their eggs together if the centipede ever decides to make a corner of your house its home. Often, house centipedes can enter your home through your shower and sink drains, and through small openings. They like to settle in tiny, dark corners, where they are likely not to be noticed. Make sure you and your family are safe from biting centipedes this spring by calling the Pestend pest exterminators.