Silverfish & Firebrats
Silverfish and firebrats are among the most common insects you find in the home. They eat paper, fabrics, and get into cereals. Firebrats prefer temperatures of more than 90 degrees and are usually are not found living among silverfish.
Millipedes are normally found outdoors in damp places, such as under leaves and in mulch. At times, they swarm into building basements and first-floor rooms.
The common housefly lays eggs in almost any moist and warm material, such as manure, decaying vegetable material, and garbage. They rest on floors, walls, ceilings, electrical cords, and just about anywhere.