Woodlice generally are grey in colour, and require a damp atmosphere to live in, which is why you will normally fine them where a water leak has been found, and more so where wood has become wet.
They are often found in timber framed buildings where the walls are cold and damp.
Woodlice are more of a nuisance than anything else as they will climb into any dark damp corner, including cupboards.
Woodlice are generally found outside near rotting wood etc.
Woodlice are not known to be harmful to man, and do not bite.
Treatment is normally only required when an infestation gets too large to be comfortable to live with.
It Has 2 Be Done have the means to eradicate the problem, but would advise that the area is dried out prior to booking a visit, often this is all that is required to move them on.
Treatment for a professional pest controller is relatively easy and should only require a single visit
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