COCKROACH PEST CONTROL
Controlling Nasty Pest in your house
American (Periplaneta Americana spp.)
Australian (Periplaneta Australasiae spp.)
German Cockroach (Blattella Germanicaspp.)
Oriental (Blatta Orientalis spp.)
Smoky brown (Periplaneta Fuliginosa spp.)
Brown Banded (Supella Longipalpa spp.)
The German cockroach
German cockroaches can be a major problem in commercial kitchens, restaurants, pubs, cafes and in our properties as they are prolific breeders, and can stay in fridges and in ovens as properly as the smallest cracks and crevices. They are a relatively small cockroach, ranging from nymphs (young insects) the measurement of a pinhead to adults up to 15–25 mm long.
Australian, American and to a lesser degree the smoky brown cockroaches can be discovered throughout buildings. They are lots larger than the German cockroach, up to 30–55 mm, and they have the capacity to fly at night.
Cockroaches usually are nocturnal, if you’ve considered one, you in all likelihood haven’t seen them all.
The few cockroaches you see by way of day potential they have been likely compelled out by way of overcrowding; a viable signal of severe infestation.
Cockroaches have been implicated in the spread of over 30 diseases such as Salmonella, which is a main cause of meals poisoning.
How To Tell If You Have A Cockroach Infestation
- Fecal residue
- Foul odor especially in dark and damp areas
- Body parts usually limbs
- Egg cases
Cockroaches are extraordinarily difficult creatures and adapt nicely to residential or commercial properties. They are frequently found in dark, warmplaces with right humidity which includes:
- Kitchen sinks
- Cracks and Crevices
- Toilets, showers and hot water systems
- Subflooring and roof voids
- Wall Cavities