The German cockroach is the most common house infesting cockroach and the number one pest in the United States. It will live in voids and cracks and crevices in kitchens, bathrooms and other areas of the home. They are nocturnal and will venture out of their habitats at night in search of food, water and mates. They have been proven to spread bacteria like salmonella. In addition, many asthmatic individuals are allergic to cockroaches.
The German cockroach adult is approximately 1/2 "Long. It is pale brown in color and has two dark strips on the area immediately behind the head.
The German cockroach is the most prolific of the common cockroaches. There may be many 3 or 4 generations produced per year. Cockroaches develop from eggs, which are contained inside a capsule. There may be as many as 48 eggs in one capsule. The adult female carries this egg capsule with her until the young are ready to leave the capsule. The young can be can be differentiated from the adults by their size and the they lack wings.
German cockroaches are one of the most challenging insects to control. The key to control is properly placing insecticides where the cockroaches will contact them. It may involve the placement of insecticides directly into the areas where these insects live and / or placing insecticide baits close to their harborages.
Sealing cracks and crevices where these pests may reside around pipe / wall juncture, counter - top / wall junction etc.
Keeping surfaces clean of food debris and grease.
Placing glue traps in area where cockroaches infestation are suspected. These taps will help locate infestation by trapping pests near their harborage.
Fixing plumbing leaks quickly and reducing any other sources of moisture.
Weekly one treatment.
We spray chemical in all infected areas.
It has good safety record and highly effective in destroying cockroaches.
Four treatments in a month.
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