Cockroaches have built up resistance to most insecticides on the market, professional cockroach baits are by far the most effective products to use when German cockroach extermination is required. There are also concentrate insecticide for professional use only, used against resistant cockroaches in commercial buildings and kitchens.
Commercial kitchens should preferably use baits and traps to avoid contamination to food.
Monitoring cockroach activity is paramount to ensure complete cockroach extermination.
Our technicians have many years experience an are trained to find and remove cockroach infestations know matter how large.
Once cockroaches enter your home they will generally develop in kitchens and bathrooms. During the day, they may be found hiding clustered behind baseboard moldings, pictures and clocks, in cracks around cabinets, closets or pantries, and in and under stoves, refrigerators and dishwashers. German cockroaches do not like motion and usually avoid light, so if you are seeing them in the daytime while you are moving about the room, you probably have a larger population than you realize. These pests also prefer to hide within five feet or less of their food and water source.
Due to the large size and slow development of American cockroaches, large infestations of these insects are not common within households. However, during certain times of the year, these cockroaches may move inside a house from outside sources. For example, in winter these cockroaches may move indoors, seeking warmer temperatures and food. Cockroaches may enter houses via sewer connections, under doors, around utility pipes, air ducts, or other openings in the foundation. Cockroach populations in basements can be reduced by decreasing dampness and applying insecticides in cracks and crevices where there is evidence of cockroach activity (presence of egg cases, dead cockroaches, brown fecal smears).
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