Fighting German Roaches In Your Home

The mere thought of a roach is enough to give anyone a shiver of panic, but millions of homeowners face this dynamic pest control problem day after day. More often than not, they’re dealing with the problematic German roach, a species that is commonly found in shared spaces like condos, apartments, restaurants, and hotels. The eggs are usually brought in accidentally on one person’s belongings, then left there to mature.

Once You’re Infested

roach 1Once the roach population explodes, it can be tough to know what to do next. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take. Start by picking up the phone and calling us. We have the knowledge and the tools to completely eliminate the German roach population in and around your home. Don’t even think about headed for the hardware store and grabbing a can of DIY eliminator off the shelf. It just won’t work. Roaches know how and where to hide so that DIY stuff is nothing short of junk.

After you give us a call, you may want to take some other steps on your own. Keep a lid on your indoor trash can and keep it emptied as regularly as possible. Make certain no food is left in your sink strainer. If you have a garbage disposal, run it regularly. Keep dishes out of the sink, and keep your kitchen appliances food and grease free. If you have pets, stop leaving the food dish out. It’s one of the most attractive spots for roaches in the house. Finally, sweep or vacuum on a regular basis to keep crumbs off the floor.

A German roach infestation may be quite common, but that doesn’t mean you have to deal with it any longer. If you’ve noticed signs of an infestation, contact us today so we can help you put an end to the problem now!

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