Tag Archives: roach control

Roaches Can Invade Any Property

Roaches don’ discriminate—they will happily make themselves at home anywhere. You might say they’re an equal-opportunity invader. Despite the stereotype that roaches will only be found in messy places, no place—no matter how clean—is truly immune from this pest. Any home or building could be at risk, even one inhabited by the most powerful person in the country.

Roach Control: Banish These Dreaded Pests

Insects of any type tend to be very unpopular. But even among that category, roaches are probably in a class of their own. Roach control keeps disgusting pests away Roaches are one of the most dreaded of all insect varieties. If you are unlucky enough to spot one, you want of course want to take […]

Take the “Eew!” Out of Your Life with the Right Roach Control Product

We’ve all come into contact with one creepy crawly or another, but most people will agree that cockroaches, big or small, are the creepiest. It doesn’t help that there are over 3,500 different species of cockroaches and they are difficult to get rid of. Going through an exterminator can get very expensive and although that crunch under your foot might be rewarding, it won’t stop the others from coming into your home and leading more with them. Take care of the problem yourself with a professional grade roach control product from ePest Solutions.

Treatment Options for Roach Control

The world of roach control products may be overwhelming for the do it yourself pest controller. In the following article, we review some of the most effective pest control products for the control of small roaches and cockroaches. Treatment options for a cockroach infestation include: Glue or “sticky” traps  or  “bait traps” can be used […]

Things to Consider When Battling Pest Allergies

Asthma and allergy symptoms are on the move, and they are moving up in numbers and not down. While no one has a specific answer as to why this is happening, it is. Roach saliva, bodies, and droppings are an asthma and allergy trigger for many Americans. Rodent urine, hair, and droppings are another big concern for pest allergy sufferers. If any of these pest allergens are a trigger for you or someone in your family, you have to take action to reduce your exposure. There are a few things that you will need to consider when attempting to remove all pest allergens from your environment.