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It’s important to realise that if your property is not well cleaned thoroughly or maintained with weekly cleans it could potentially be a risk of pests entering the property and causing a potential out breaks. Cockroaches carry many nasty diseases such as salmonella and gastroenteritis this could potentially cause harm for you and your family. The Good thing is response pest control has a Residential Pest Management plan in place to prevent these pest from coming back, as well as that you can choose the level of service you require for your property depending on your budget which is right for your family.

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German Cockroach

Cockroaches are among the oldest living species today. Palaeontologists have shown that cockroaches have been on earth for more than 300 million years. Since cockroaches are so versatile, they have effectively acclimated to living with people. Around 3,500 types of cockroaches exist around the world, with 450 species found in Australia. Out of the 450 only 6 poise potentially risk to humans.

The German cockroach is a broadly known as the most common and nuisance pest in urban management for pest control. It is likewise the most well-known cockroach species in houses, lofts, eateries, lodgings, and different organisations.

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Residential Pest Management

In some cases pests may be a serious problem you’re wondering why? Well insects require need the correct conditions to survive in our Queensland suburbs, Food, Moisture & Warmth these perfect conditions create a perfect breeding ground for these nasty pests to breed and multiply. You may thing think that a single cockroach is not a problem but a single female German cockroach can produce roughly 50 cockroaches this can potentially multiply as it takes roughly 7-8 weeks for nymphs to become adults. This is why having a pest management plan and working with one of our pest control technicians is important for the hygiene safety of you and your family.


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