Cockroaches

German Cockroach

GERMAN COCKROACHES DESCRIPTION

Scientific Name: Blattella germanica Common Name: German Cockroach Color: Varies from light brown to tan Size: 13 to 16 mm long FACT: German cockroaches have wings but do not use them to fly!

German Cockroach Information

Conventional Insecticide Treatment Preparation Sheet

Gel Bait Treatment Preparation Sheet

American Cockroach

AMERICAN COCKROACH DESCRIPTION

American cockroaches generally live in moist areas but can survive in dry areas if they have access to water. They prefer high temperatures around 29C (84F) and do not tolerate low temperatures. These cockroaches are common in basements, crawl spaces, cracks and crevices of porches, foundations, and walkways adjacent to buildings. In residential areas outside the tropics these cockroaches live in basements and sewers and may move outdoors into yards during warm weather.

Conventional Insecticide Treatment Preparation Sheet

Gel Bait Treatment Preparation Sheet

The Importance of Pest Control During a Shut Down or Crisis

Pest control is considered an essential service as pests don’t stop entering and breeding when locations are closed or shut down. We understand that you will still have unwelcome pest visitors in your home or business which may cause you to feel frustrated, alone, or even scared with all the closures and not know where…

Kill The Household Mafias

Below is an infographic with the “Household Mafias” and the attack techniques you will need to defeat them! TermitesTermites have been around since the time of the dinosaursTermite colonies eat non-stop, 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekTermites cause up to $5 billion in damage per yearHow to KillUse liquid termite treatment sprayed inside…

How to Get Rid of German Cockroaches

Contrary to popular belief, the German cockroach did not originate from Germany, as a matter of fact entomologists theorize that these cockroaches originated in Southeast Asia. They also believe that German cockroaches hitchhiked their way to North America hundreds of years ago. Today, German cockroaches can now be found on every continent, except Antarctica! How’s…