Are these moths small and mainly in the kitchen area? If so, you could have an infestation of Pantry Moths.
Pantry moths are brought into the home from the grocery store in boxes of cereal, flour and sometimes pasta.
These moths live even in unopened boxes of pantry items. If you suspect the moths are coming from your pantry, don't worry, they are easy to remove. Simply open every box of food that you store and look inside the box. If you see small worms/larva (gross, I know) or a web, toss the box away and put the trash outside.
Then, go to the hardware store and purchase a Pantry Pest trap. These traps are simply a cardboard triangle with a sticky interior to which bait is attached where the moths enter and get stuck and die there. These traps come three to a pack and cost about $8. or so.
I had this problem from stored food in my pantry. I thought I was saving money by stocking up on pantry items but instead, I invited these moths into my pantry. So, put long term food products you store in air tight containers.
Now, if your moths are of the clothing eating variety, I would use moth balls or cedar chips to keep them at bay.