Lizards are often an uninvited guest that makes their way into your home. You could be relaxing on the couch and enjoying yourself when suddenly out darts a lizard, making its way up to your wall. Lizards often invade homes by accident while looking for their next meal.
While household lizards are not venomous, they do leave hazardous germs behind. This is because lizards like to eat flies and mosquitoes and other blood-sucking and germy vector carriers. When they defecate, you may come in contact with the lizard droppings and potentially contract an illness.