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Could I have an infestation if I’ve only seen one roach?
Absolutely. If you see one roach, there are most likely thousands nearby. They are typically nocturnal, becoming most active at night. They can hide in cracks and crevices both in and outside the structure, waiting for the dark and cooler air of night and fewer signs of humans. Daylight sightings are usually due to high population stress or diminished food resources.

Does roach infestation come from a “dirty” environment?
Not at all. Although proper sanitation is important for control, there are different types of roaches that can be found in the cleanest of homes and businesses.

How do roaches get into your structure?
Roaches can enter a property by simply walking in from the outside, by catching a ride on groceries or other products brought inside, and even through cardboard boxes used in storage.

What do roaches feed on to survive?
Roaches will feed off most all of the same things we do, which is what makes kitchen and other food area sanitation a priority. A crumb or small splatter can be a buffet for a German Roach! Obvious problems include food left out overnight on a stove top or inside the oven, food left in the kitchen, on the dining table, or on counter-tops are all areas accessible to these pests. Dishes left in the sink or on the counter (even after being scraped clean) can be an all-night feast for a roach population.

What are some other areas to check?
Other less obvious areas include the interior of ovens, microwaves and dishwashers; inside or around toasters/toaster ovens, areas around the stove top where grease or other food particles can be found, the interior of garbage disposals and other drain lines, food items left inside couches, under beds or inside children’s rooms; areas where pet food is stored, served or has rolled under cabinets or other furniture items.

Are there other problem areas?
Roaches will especially access areas for harborage that have both food and water available, such as a dishwasher or garbage disposal. Those areas create a sustainable mini ecosystem, capable of harboring and reproducing thousands of offspring in just a short period of time.

What can I do to get rid of roaches?
Many ‘over the counter’ Roach Control baits can be highly effective when used as directed and in combination with the strategies outlined here. In order to be effective, you must choose the product best suited to the level of infestation, as well as targeted to the proper areas for the particular variety of roach. Liquid control products (sprays and aerosols) can be highly effective at reducing large numbers of an infestation very quickly and lend themselves very well to initial control methods. Once the level of infestation has been reduced, and proper sanitation has been performed, baiting control methods are an effective means of ongoing control strategies.

What is the best way to get eliminate the roach problem?
Secure the services of a professional pest control company. They can assess the problem, provide the solution and prevent future infestation. This brings you peace of mind and can save you thousands of dollars in the future.

 

Call JP Pests Away at 318-742-5494. We are one phone call away!

Roaches

Get rid of dangerous infestation fast call 318-742-5494

Could I have an infestation if I’ve only seen one roach?
Absolutely. If you see one roach, there are most likely thousands nearby. They are typically nocturnal, becoming most active at night. They can hide in cracks and crevices both in and outside the structure, waiting for the dark and cooler air of night and fewer signs of humans. Daylight sightings are usually due to high population stress or diminished food resources.

Does roach infestation come from a “dirty” environment?
Not at all. Although proper sanitation is important for control, there are different types of roaches that can be found in the cleanest of homes and businesses.

How do roaches get into your structure?
Roaches can enter a property by simply walking in from the outside, by catching a ride on groceries or other products brought inside, and even through cardboard boxes used in storage.

What do roaches feed on to survive?
Roaches will feed off most all of the same things we do, which is what makes kitchen and other food area sanitation a priority. A crumb or small splatter can be a buffet for a German Roach! Obvious problems include food left out overnight on a stove top or inside the oven, food left in the kitchen, on the dining table, or on counter-tops are all areas accessible to these pests. Dishes left in the sink or on the counter (even after being scraped clean) can be an all-night feast for a roach population.

What are some other areas to check?
Other less obvious areas include the interior of ovens, microwaves and dishwashers; inside or around toasters/toaster ovens, areas around the stove top where grease or other food particles can be found, the interior of garbage disposals and other drain lines, food items left inside couches, under beds or inside children’s rooms; areas where pet food is stored, served or has rolled under cabinets or other furniture items.

Are there other problem areas?
Roaches will especially access areas for harborage that have both food and water available, such as a dishwasher or garbage disposal. Those areas create a sustainable mini ecosystem, capable of harboring and reproducing thousands of offspring in just a short period of time.

What can I do to get rid of roaches?
Many ‘over the counter’ Roach Control baits can be highly effective when used as directed and in combination with the strategies outlined here. In order to be effective, you must choose the product best suited to the level of infestation, as well as targeted to the proper areas for the particular variety of roach. Liquid control products (sprays and aerosols) can be highly effective at reducing large numbers of an infestation very quickly and lend themselves very well to initial control methods. Once the level of infestation has been reduced, and proper sanitation has been performed, baiting control methods are an effective means of ongoing control strategies.

What is the best way to get eliminate the roach problem?
Secure the services of a professional pest control company. They can assess the problem, provide the solution and prevent future infestation. This brings you peace of mind and can save you thousands of dollars in the future.

 

Call JP Pests Away at 318-742-5494. We are one phone call away!

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