Cockroaches are ovular-shaped insects with small heads, flattened bodies, and long antennae. These nocturnal insects prefer dark, warm, moist areas. Cockroaches are notorious for their survival skills and very high reproduction rate. A female can produce anywhere between 200-300 offspring in a year. Cockroaches are also known to spread a variety of bacterial diseases, including E. Coli and Salmonella.
Cockroaches are in your home looking for food and a safe place to breed. That doesn’t mean your house is necessarily dirty; cockroaches are skillful hitchhikers. They can easily hitch a ride indoors on infested boxes or furniture. Roaches can also enter structures through sewer pipes and cracks around the foundation. Kitchens, basements, sewers, and food processing facilities are common areas for roach infestations because they provide access to food and moisture.
Cockroaches are well-known for their very high reproduction rate. A female can produce hundreds of offspring in a year! If not controlled immediately, a small problem can soon turn into a full-blow cockroach infestation.
Cockroaches are filthy pests that breed and feed in unsanitary areas like sewers and garbage. They can contaminate food, food preparation surfaces, and utensils, which may cause serious allergic reactions or illnesses in some people.
Cockroaches emit a foul-smelling musty odor and leave behind brown or black stains on surfaces or walls.
Treatment & Control
How Do I Get Rid of Cockoroaches?
Cockroaches are a very difficult pest to eliminate from your home. Over-the-counter pesticides and DIY methods will not work against roaches. Our pest management professionals conduct thorough inspections and use commercial-grade products to properly manage cockroach problems. Since every home is different, our technician will create a customized action plan for your situation.
Cockroaches are a common pest in Wisconsin. Our cockroach treatments will protect your home and business year-round against roaches. No contracts are required. If you notice any signs of a roach infestation in your home, contact our expert pest exterminators. We are ready to help you!
Preventing cockroaches from invading your home and business can be a difficult task; however, you can take a few steps to help stop them. Eliminate food sources by cleaning up crumbs and storing food in sealed containers. Eliminate moisture around your house by drying out damp areas and fixing leaky faucets. Inspect boxes and furniture before bringing these items into your home.