The pale green Lacewing is a harmless wanderer from the garden or woods where its larvae prey upon other insects. It has a pale green, soft body, about 15mm long, with richly veined transparent wings folded over it when at rest. The eyes are an iridescent bronze. The adults are attracted to light and may enter houses in autumn seeking hibernation sites.
They are harmless, and no treatment is necessary. However, unless you are experiencing a high volume of these in your house, then we would suggest doing nothing.
For persistent problems, we would recommend you contact professional pest control company. A trained professional will have the technical knowledge and access to a range of professional use products and equipment which are not available to the public.