There's a warning for homes and businesses to watch out for any extra moths knocking about the place.
Rentokil says there's been a 128% increase in call outs to tackle infestations.
Although there's a bit of a bite to the weather this week, the recent warmer weather is providing good breeding conditions for the creatures (the little feckers).
The pest control company says moths can wreak havoc for businesses by damaging curtains and carpets.
For households the problem can be even worse because wardrobes full of clothes can be affected.
Area Technical Manager Dr Colm Moore has this advice for spring cleaning:
"It's important to make sure you get into cracks and crevices to get rid of pests. Once inside the home, moths lay eggs in dark and rarely disturbed areas where clothes or other textiles are stored. High risk areas in the home include spare rooms, under beds, infrequently used wardrobes and attics where moths are attracted to discarded bird nests."