Ants, Cockroaches, Insect Control


Cockroaches enter through cracks, crevices, vents, sewer and drain pipes, or even grocery bags or items brought in to your building.

Inside is an ideal breeding ground for cockroaches, an abundance of heat, water and food to keep them active all year around.  Cockroaches reproduce quickly, for every one you see there may be at least 200 more you don’t see, hiding and multiplying behind your walls.

Cockroaches are nocturnal, if you see some during the day there is a good chance they were pushed out because of overcrowding, indicating a serious infestation problem.

The dust created by cast-off cockroach skins, dead bodies and droppings can aggravate allergies, and they also carry diseases that can be transmitted to humans.

Cockroaches are better at hiding then you will be at finding them, and their eggs are naturally protected from pesticides.

Cockroaches have been reported to spread at least 33 kinds of bacteria, six kinds of parasitic worms, and at least seven other kinds of human pathogens. They can pick up germs on their legs and bodies as they crawl through decaying matter and then carry these into food or onto food surfaces. Recent medical studies have shown that cockroach allergens cause lots of allergic reactions in inner city children. They were even shown to cause asthma in children. These allergens build up in deposits of droppings, secretions, cast skins, and dead bodies of roaches.

In most cases cockroach infestations a result of poor sanitation practices. Food items that are left out or not cleaned up from floors, trash areas, etc. are a great food source. In multi-unit dwellings, cockroaches can migrate from an infested unit.

Getting rid of roaches can be a tricky task as they are very elusive, nocturnal, and adapt well to their environment. That’s why our service includes everything necessary including the follow up treatments for one fee.

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