Roach Infestation & Treatment

German Cockroaches

 

German Cockroaches are the most common indoor roach species found in inner city homes and pose a serious threat to human healthOne or two roaches can quickly become a heavy infestation in a matter of weeks.

Infestations often are mainly found in kitchens and bathrooms where water, food and harborages are abundant. Harborages include cracks and crevices under countertops and sinks, voids under cabinets, on the sides and behind drawers and peeling paint.

Commercial facilities certainly see their fair share of these pests for reasons such as deliveries of equipment, supplies and food, including poor sanitation. 

 

But don't worry, we have a Service, Solution, Satisfaction program that will surely get rid of these pests.

We conduct a thorough inspection of your home or business property to determine the extent of the infestation and where the infestation is most heaviest. We work with you, identifying any sanitation issues and/or moisture problems. Whether they're in the cabinets, appliances, baseboards, under sinks and/or loose floor covering, they can run but they can't hide from our specially trained technicians!

 

 

 

Brown-banded Cockroaches

   

 Brown-banded cockroach closely resembles the German Cockroach both in size, shape and color. Like German Cockroaches, Brown-banded roaches can be found in large numbers within structures in New York and Long Island. In fact its common to find both species of roaches in structures, especially commercial properties. There are differences in habits and breeding between the two species. Brown-banded roaches are attracted to light, whereas German roaches prefer darkness. Neither do they have a high moisture requirement. In structures they're often found inside appliance motors, toasters, TV sets, picture frames, light switches, furniture, ceilings and computers. These areas provide just what they're looking for - warm areas of about 80 degrees.                     

 

 

 

American Cockroach

American Cockroaches are often referred to as water bugs.

This pest tends to harbor and breed in warm, dark, moist locations such as sewers, gutters and damp basements. They can also be found in yards during the summer month in damp areas.

They have been spotted in large numbers in dark, wet alleys and in and around outside garbage dumpster.

One way they enter structures is through the sewer system via drains.

 

But don't worry, no matter how they're getting in, we have what it takes to get these large pest out, and keep them out! 

American Cockroaches can be intimidating because of their size and ability to fly, but they're no match for our Service, Solutions, Satisfaction treatment program!

 

 

Oriental Cockroaches

Oriental Cockroaches  closely resemble American Cockroaches. Like the American Cockroaches, Oriental roaches prefer dark, moist areas but are often found in large numbers in cooler environments such as crawlspaces, cool damp basements, cellars, under leaves, sewers, garbage containers, and refuse compactors. 

When overcrowding occurs within their environments, they will move to upper floors by climbing water pipes, They often enter buildings through utility pipes and air ducts, floor drains and unscreened ventilators.