Here is what makes it special. This stuff has excellent bait acceptance, meaning that the roaches just love this stuff. It has controlled-release BlueBead technology and is designed to work on the modern day bait rotation that seems to be necessary.
Whether you’re in the food preparation business, restaurant business or catering business, one bug or insect can ruin the fine reputations of your food service business that you’ve worked so hard to develop and nurture. To help prevent this from happening and to ramp up sanitary conditions, it’s best to have a regular plan for […]
Pest control is essential year round in Texas, especially to prevent these 4 common and unwanted house guests from invading your home!
At ePest Solutions, we want to help you achieve a bug free home! When you live somewhere like Texas, this becomes even more important, since there is such a large and diverse pest population that would be more than happy to make your home, theirs. Knowing what to expect is one of the best ways […]
Looking for easy way to stop cockroaches in their tracks? Maxforce Magnum and the New Impact Roach Bait
They’re ugly, capable of spreading disease, triggering allergic reactions and, last but not least, doing one heck of a number on the health and sanity of your home. Yes, we’re talking about one of the most common household pests – roaches.
Difference in Roach Gel Bait : Advion Roach Gel Bait and Maxforce FC Roach Gel Bait
Here is a question if I can use it near food preparation area or I have to cover everything before spraying
Using Exciter For control of accessible, exposed stages of CRAWLING INSECTS including, but not limited to, Ants, Cockroaches, Cadelles, Cigarette Beetles, Confused Flour Beetles, Dark Mealworms, Dried Fruit Beetles, Drugstore Beetles, Grain Mites, Red Flour Beetles, Rice Weevil
When you think about the behavior of cockroaches you should think recluse, they will spend the majority of their time in protected tight confined areas, like cracks and crevices.
In SC we have several varieties of roaches. Currently, I have a pest company that comes quarterly to spray. It's expensive and I'm on a fixed income. I'm looking for a less costly solution. The chemicals they use are pet friendly, though I don't have pets (I just don't want them to be too toxic for me!)Any suggestions? Will I need to mix anything? Buy a sprayer?