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Cockroaches are some of the most frustrating pests because they are difficult to locate and even harder to eliminate. Around the world, there are over 4000 different types of roaches. The two most common pest roaches are the American Cockroach and the German Cockroach. Cockroaches are typically brown, have 6 legs, an elongated body and a hard, shell-like backside. However, each type of cockroach has its own unique qualities. For instance, the American Cockroach has the ability to fly, whereas some species do not. Cockroaches can produce a nasty odor, and are known to hiss or chirp. In hospital and nursing home settings, cockroaches can be especially dangerous, as they are known to trigger allergic reactions and asthma. Because they can be so detrimental to the health of others, it is essential to fight back against these pests as soon as you realize that they are in your house.

 

CAUSES OF ROACH INFESTATIONS:

Depending on where you live, cockroaches can be a challenging problem. These prehistoric pests are considered some of the most disgusting and dirty pests around, but ironically, roaches can invade even the cleanest home. Your climate can determine whether you have a roach problem, and it could have absolutely nothing to do with your cleaning habits, your building’s foundation, or your lifestyle. If you live in an area that is humid and hot, you will likely have to deal with roaches at one point or another. However, if you do think that you have a roach problem, it’s important to address it immediately, because these invasive insects are tantamount to your health and building’s foundation.

Roaches can enter your home through cracks and crevices in your doors, windows, and pipes. Roaches are attracted to food, and will stick around if the food happens to be left out on the counter and your home is dark and warm. You may be clean and keep all of your food in the trash, but even a pizza box in the recycling bin can attract roaches because there is food stuck on it. Messy homes tend to create an ideal living space for cockroaches because there are many different corners and crevices in which they can hide.

DETECTING A ROACH INFESTATION:

Infestations are not common in residential homes, but may occur if conditions are conducive and include ample food sources. Infestations are more likely to occur in commercial settings, such as restaurants, nursing homes, hospitals, dormitories and hotels. However, no matter where they occur, roach infestations are hard to spot because of the natural habits of a roach. For instance, roaches are nocturnal, which means that they only come out at night. If they have light shined on them, they will run and hide. This makes it difficult to physically see cockroaches. Although you may not be able to see roaches instantaneously, you should be able to hear and smell them. Roaches that have infiltrated your house or building can be heard squeaking and scratching through the walls. They also give off a musty odor, which you should be able to smell when they are in large congregations.

Another way to detect a roach infestation in your home is to look for visible signs. Roach excrement will look like coffee grounds or black pepper. You can also find roach egg cases in small spaces, which is a sure sign that you have roaches living in your home.

Once you detect a roach problem in your home, you should start treatment and extermination immediately. Because roaches can live up to three months without food, the problem will always get worse, unless you take action.

EPESTSOLUTIONS WANTS TO HELP:

Here at ePestSolutions, we know how much you want to permanently get rid of those roaches in your house or business. That’s why we employ a team of experts who know exactly how to target the roach problem. We can provide you with exactly the right resources to get the job done correctly, the first time around. The high-quality roach control products and killers we provide are just what professional exterminators use—so your home will be treated like the professionals would. Don’t settle for a DIY home remedy that probably won’t work. Let ePestSolutions provide you with all the products that you need to get those pesky roaches out of your hair.

OUR PRODUCTS FIT YOUR NEEDS:

We offer several options for effective roach control that can be used and purchased separately or in convenient kits. Treatment can be performed with insecticide granules, liquid insecticides, dust insecticides, and bait stations.

One of our most popular dust insecticide brands is Delta Dust. The benefits of a dust insecticide are that they can reach into cracks and crevices, which is where roaches typically hide. Delta Dust’s insecticide is water resistant, so it won’t wash away quickly and can be used outdoors if necessary. It also exterminates a number of other insects, making it easy on you if you have a future infestation by a different pest.

Bait and traps are also available, including easy to use gel baits that can be placed throughout the infested areas. A popular gel bait brand is Maxforce, which offers gel bait stations that are pet and child friendly, making it safe to use for the whole family. For the eco-friendly customer, we offer Essentria KO Contact Insecticide, which is part of the USDA Organic Program and offers minimal risk to the environment with low toxicity levels for groundwater and non-target organisms.

No matter your need, we can help you. Our roach control products ship quickly and discreetly, making sure you can eliminate your pest problem as efficiently and hassle free as possible. Choose ePestSolutions to help you get rid of those roaches—the variety in products that we have can’t be beaten, and we guarantee that you’ll be impressed with your roach-free results.

STEPS TO ELIMINATE ROACHES:

Before you can spread any pest control products, you need to figure out where the roaches are hiding. Looking behind furniture, appliances, and even under floor rugs will help you determine exactly where roaches are hiding in your home. Roaches are tricky to locate sometimes because they can flatten their bodies and fit in small spaces. But once you figure out where the roaches are, you’ll be able to concentrate your efforts there.

Roaches can be treated with dusts, baits, sprays, and foams. Once you determine where the roaches are congregating, you should spray or spread insecticide in those areas. Your roach problem should vanish within a matter of time. However, just because you don’t see any roaches, it doesn’t mean they aren’t there. Roaches can live up to three months without food, so consistently spreading insecticide will ensure that straggling roaches will be eliminated.

PREVENTING AN INFESTATION IN THE FUTURE:

Roaches will eat just about anything, including human food, pet food, and even cardboard and other paper products. If an infestation has occurred, it is important to seal all food in plastic or glass containers that is inaccessible to roaches. You should also make sure to take the garbage and composting out regularly, because the smell could attract more roaches to your house. Sealing all entry points to your home and remediating any moisture sources that the roaches find attractive will also help. Using caulk to fix any plumbing and electrical entry points, and applying a perimeter treatment, will provide protection against pest entry.

Ultimately, though, keeping a clean and tidy house will prevent a cockroach infestation more than any product you can pick up in a store. Roaches are attracted to small spaces, and removing clutter and cardboard boxes from your home will decrease its attractiveness to roaches. Also, vacuuming and wiping down counters regularly can pick up any extra food bits that roaches could find attractive. Making sure your house looks as unattractive to roaches is the primary concern. If you live in an area with consistent roach problems, spraying for roaches outside your home every couple of weeks will not only deter roaches from your home, but also will deter other pests too.

Even if you follow all of these tips, you could still end up with a roach infestation. And, ePestSolutions will be here every step of the way to help you with all of your pest control needs, big or small.

WE KNOW WHAT WE’RE DOING:

At ePestSolutions, we know our products inside and out here, and we can point you in the right direction to get exactly what you need. Whether you are the owner of a five-star restaurant and roaches somehow crept into the freezer, or you are a homeowner in a temperate climate who can’t seem to get the roaches to leave, we can help you out. Check out the roach control products and killers we have listed here, and be sure to give us a phone call and have our team of experts find the product that fits your needs exactly.

PROFESSIONAL COCKROACH CONTROL

natural roach control, roach bait, roach trapsCockroach control can prove to be challenging, as the pest itself is known for evasive behavior that makes detection difficult until population sizes are too large to conceal. Infestations are not common in homes, but may occur if conditions are conducive and include ample food sources. Infestations are more likely to occur in commercial settings, such as restaurants, nursing homes, hospitals, dormitories and hotels. With the proper tools and information, do-it-yourself pest control can be successfully implemented to destroy infestations and prevent future occurrences.

Around the world there are over 3,500 different types of roaches. The two most common kinds are the American Cockroach and the German Cockroach, both of which are frequently referred to as Palmetto bugs. Cockroaches are typically a shade of brown, and have 6 legs, an elongated body and a hard, shell-like backside. The American Cockroach has the ability to fly, whereas some species do not. Cockroaches can produce a nasty odor, and are known to hiss or chirp. In hospital and nursing home settings, cockroaches can be especially dangerous, as they are known to trigger allergic reactions, and asthma.

 

Roaches feast on an array of food sources, from human and pet food to paper products. If an infestation has occurred, it is important to seal all food, and ensure garbage is not accessible. Prevention recommendations include sealing all entry points, and remediating any moisture sources that the roaches find attractive. Using caulk to fix any plumbing and electrical entry points, and applying a perimeter treatment, will provide protection against pest entry.

At ePestSolutions we offer several options for effective control, that can be used and purchased separately as well as in convenient kits. Treatment can be performed with insecticide granules as well as liquid insecticides and dust insecticides. Bait and traps are available, including easy to use gel baits that can be placed throughout the infested areas. With proper cleaning care and insecticide use, roach infestations can be brought under control and future reoccurrence will be minimal if proper practice is carried on over time.

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