Cockroach infestations in the United States cause millions of dollars worth of damage to homes, businesses, and other structures every year. In addition to the direct damage caused by the insects themselves, cockroaches can also spread diseases, cause allergies, and contaminate food and surfaces. The costs of repairs to damaged furniture and contaminated areas can add up quickly, making cockroach infestations a serious problem for homeowners and businesses alike.
At Insectall, we understand how serious and distressing a cockroach infestation can be. We know that cockroaches are among the most unwelcome visitors in any home and that they can quickly spread disease and cause health problems. Our experienced technicians are trained to deal with cockroach infestations of any size and scope, using the latest in pest control technology to quickly and effectively eliminate the problem. We use safe, effective methods to eliminate the cockroaches and prevent them from returning.
Insectall is committed to providing a fast and reliable service to our customers. We understand the importance of ensuring your home is free of cockroaches and strive to make sure that our customers are satisfied with the results of our services. We guarantee that our treatments will quickly and effectively eliminate cockroaches from your home. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you with your cockroach infestation.
Cockroaches are insects that can range in size from 1/2 inch to 3 inches long.
Cockroaches can live up to 1 month without food and can survive up to a week without water.
Cockroaches are a common household pest, found in both residential and commercial buildings.
Cockroaches feed on almost anything including food, glue, paper, and fabric.
Cockroaches are nocturnal, preferring to hide during the day and come out at night to feed.
Cockroaches are capable of transmitting some diseases, such as salmonella and E. coli, through contact with contaminated food or surfaces.
Cockroaches can reproduce quickly, often laying up to 40 eggs in a single batch. • Cockroaches can live up to a month without their heads.
Cockroaches can squeeze through cracks as thin as a credit card.
Cockroaches can run up to 3 miles per hour.
Cockroaches can survive extreme temperatures and pressure.
Cockroaches can hold their breath for up to 40 minutes.
Most species of cockroaches are able to fly.
Sightings of cockroaches, either dead or alive.
Droppings that look like coffee grounds or black pepper.
Unusual musty odors.
Egg casings or egg sacks.
Damage to food packaging or food sources.
Gnawed holes in cardboard or other materials.
Greasy smears or tracks on walls or floors.
Live or dead cockroaches in traps.
Unusual noises coming from walls or other hidden areas.
Seal all cracks and crevices in walls, floors, and ceilings.
Repair any plumbing leaks and make sure all drains are clean.
Keep all food in airtight containers and clean up any spills immediately.
Vacuum regularly and dispose of the vacuum bag immediately.
Remove any sources of standing water, such as leaking pipes, clogged drains, and over-watered plants.
Store garbage in sealed containers and take it out of the house regularly.
Make sure all windows and doors are tightly sealed and don’t have any holes or gaps.
Use caulking and steel wool to seal cracks and gaps around pipes and electrical outlets.
Check for any gaps around vents, air conditioners and other appliances.
Use boric acid and diatomaceous earth around baseboards, windowsills, and other areas where roaches may hide.