COCKROACHES CAN BE FOUND EVERY WHERE FROM HOMES TO BUSINESSES

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Cockroach Control is the solutions for the problem in American homes

Cockroaches are accomplished hitchhikers. In fact, German cockroaches usually first get into buildings by riding in boxes, in furniture and in other items brought into the building. Most other cockroach species invade from the outside or from sewers or drains.

Most cockroaches prefer to rest on wood rather than on metal and other surfaces. That’s why you’ll often find them living in wood cabinets or in cardboard boxes.

German cockroach fecal material contains a pheromone that tells other cockroaches that the area is a good place to harbor. Large numbers of cockroaches may congregate in areas where fecal material has accumulated.

These areas are called aggregation points.

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All dishes and food items should be removed from shelving before treating for cockroaches.

Good sanitation helps put stress on a cockroach population by making them more susceptible to treatments and baits.

Detecting the Signs of Cockroach Control is Necessary

Detecting the signs of a cockroach pest is not easy

Among all known domestic pests, cockroaches are the most persistent and unpleasant.

In addition, their high reproductive potential, their ability to adapt to changing and hostile environments, and their ability to hide in inaccessible places, allows them to reach high densities in a very short time.

For this reason, the early detection of a cockroach pest is vital to be able to eradicate it successfully, since the elimination probabilities diminish as the population grows.

Main routes of a cockroach infestation

Most cockroaches are nocturnal activity insects. During this period they look for water, food and a couple. During the day, however, they usually remain hidden in resting areas.

Although it seems ironic, it is precisely at this moment when they are most dangerous, since their predilection for taking refuge in various materials of particular use such as appliances, bags, clothes, furniture or other items, allow them to enter new areas in a completely unnoticed.

As for other domestic pests, prevention is always the best tool to control an infestation, therefore, the best advice to avoid a pest of cockroaches is to inspect very carefully furniture, clothing, appliances or any Another second-hand utensil that is introduced into the home, especially if it comes from a place where a cockroach infestation has occurred or is occurring.

Signs of a cockroach plague for cockroach control

The presence of cockroaches is usually detected by two basic indications: the damage they cause during feeding, or by the fecal matter they deposit in the most frequented areas.

Damage caused during feeding

Cockroaches are insects endowed with jaws. Species that behave as urban pests are usually fed products with a high content of starch, fats and sugars, for example, meat, cheese or sweets.

However, although they feel predilection for these products, they can feed on almost anything, such as dead animals, rotten wood, decomposing vegetables, sewage, hair, books …

The marks made by the jaws on the solid elements of those they feed are unequivocal signs of their presence.

Fecal matter in frequented areas

Another sign of their existence are the traces of fecal matter (also known as frass) that they leave in the most frequented places.

The faeces of small cockroaches are black, similar to pepper or ground coffee, of just 1 mm in length, while the feces of large cockroaches are cylindrical about 15 mm in length and black or brown.

The latter can easily be confused with mouse feces, but while mouse feces are more black, cylindrical and with the ends tipped, those of the cockroach have more capsule shape, similar to a polyhedron.

Other indications of a plague of cockroaches is the presence of ootheca, of molts, or of the cockroaches themselves (alive or dead).

Cockroaches: How to perform your own Cockroach Control

At the time of conducting an inspection in search of cockroaches on our property, we must be very clear about where they hide and how to find them.

Where to start the Cockroach control, Where do the Cockroaches hide?

The body of cockroaches is fully adapted to cracks and crevices, since being oval and flattened dorso-ventrally, it allows them to be introduced almost in any slit.

Their favorite refuge is one that provides them with both heat and humidity, such as that provided by garages, warehouses, boiler rooms, or basements.

They also feel special predilection for ovens, drawers, pipes and the basses of washing machines and refrigerators, since these areas usually give them shelter and heat at the same time.

The cracks and crevices located in false ceilings of the bathrooms, cracks and crevices of the tiles and sinks are usually ideal for establishing their nests.

In addition, they like to nest in elements made of wood or plastic, such as furniture or baseboards and wooden moldings.

How to find them?

Faced with the suspicion of a plague of cockroaches, the best proof of its presence is that of the cockroach itself.

To find them, it is very important to take into account that cockroaches can be located both on the ground and in high places, as they can run on almost any surface, including roofs and walls.

The nocturnal inspection is the most effective, since most species have nocturnal activity and are easier to see during this period.

Because cockroaches usually leave their shelters primarily for food and water, the night inspection should focus on places near food or water sources, such as cupboards, pet food dishes, sinks or garbage.

In addition, cockroaches develop a behavior known as tigmotaxis, which refers to their preference to always maintain dorsal contact with another object.

This implies that they have a great preference for always walking along walls and near furniture, places that should be a priority when it comes to locating them with more precision.

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