When Centipede invades your home it can be very disturbing. They are creepy and most people can’t stand them in their home. Having said that, Centipedes can be beneficial as they feed on termites, bed bugs, roaches and spiders. The bottom line is people still want them out of their home. So it is all about control, you need to caulk and fill any opening to the outside of your home to prevent entry. That means weather-stripping around doors and caulking by siding, brick and foundations. Centipede can’t live without moisture, so remove damp wood, mulch, leaves and debris from the perimeter of the home. If they are in the home look for any area of moisture and work on elimination of the water. Using an insecticide dust around the exterior of the home will also help prevent the Centipedes from invading your home.