There are many different species of cockroaches. Not all of them should cause you concern! Some cockroaches are solitary, feed on organic matter, and do not breed indoors - like the Pennsylvania Wood Roach. Other species will breed indoors at a rapid pace and can cause health issues to those that are exposed to the roaches their droppings - like the German Cockroach.
Each species requires a specific treatment and identification is KEY to elimination. We are able to professionally treat all species of cockroaches and provide you with peace of mind that the roaches have been eliminated.
Key Benefits of our Treatments
Gets rid of the current infestation
Prevents future infestations
No need to leave your home during treatment
We treat many different species of roaches, from German Roaches in a kitchen, to Pennsylvania wood roaches that find their way into your basement. Different species of roaches require different treatment methods.
If you have a question or would like a roach identified for free, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Here are some facts about cockroaches:
- One of the oldest insects – fossil remains date back 200 million years.
- Like dark, damp places with a plentiful food supply; hide during the day in warm, dark places, such as under sinks, behind dishwashers, stoves and refrigerators, and inside cupboards.
- Can survive a month or more without food, but less than two weeks without water.
- Can transmit bacteria and organisms responsible for diseases in humans including food poisoning, cholera, dysentery, salmonellosis and strep.
- Under optimum conditions, cockroaches can produce two million offspring in one year, with an average breeding season resulting in 350,000 offspring
- Found around the world. Two species are prevalent in the United States, the American cockroach and the German cockroach.
- The American cockroach has reddish-brown wings and light markings on its thorax and reaches lengths of up to 1.5 inches.
- The German cockroach is between one-half and five-eighths inches long and is light brown with two dark stripes down its back.
(Source: National Pest Management Assoc. http://www.pestworld.org)
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