Some of the most common beetles that homeowners may find in their property include various carpet beetles and powderpost beetles. Homeowners who use certain rooms for grain and meal storage may also find merchant grain beetles and ladybird beetles.
Carpet beetles live on carpets and wool fabrics, and they may eat various fabrics and textiles, including wools, furs and hides, causing damage to those surfaces.
Powderpost beetles lay their eggs in wood, and they are attracted to hardwood surfaces. They are a danger to homes that have a lot of hardwood surfaces, especially ones that have not been taken care of properly.