Cockroaches Control Service

COCKROACH CONTROL

Cockroaches are discovered everywhere throughout the world. There are almost 3,500 types of cockroach. The most well-known type may be Australian cockroaches, , American and Oriental cockroaches.

Australian cockroache

American cockroaches are expansive and dark. 

German cockroaches

German cockroaches are littler and dark colored.  

Oriental cockroaches

Oriental cockroaches are medium estimated and dull darker to dark in shading. 

Life Cycle of a Cockroach

A female cockroach lays almost 10 to 40 eggs at once. By and large, the female can lay around 30 clusters of eggs in her lifetime. upon the conditions and sort, a cockroach can live for up to a year. These bugs are heartless and flourish in warm, moist conditions. 

Why Cockroaches are Harmful?

Cockroaches are very harmful for us as they eat a wide range of food, including rotting garbage. it is believed that they spread a number of diseases to humans including salmonella and gastroenteritis. Recent studies have indicated cockroaches can also cause allergies.  

Like the household fly, the cockroach will eat virtually anything ranging from food spills on a kitchen floor. Ingested bacteria can survive in the cockroach's digestive system, sometimes for months or even years, and are passed in its droppings. Cockroaches will vomit on food and it is thought that disease may be transmitted to humans when humans eat food contaminated by cockroaches.

 

Recent research suggests that the cockroach may also be associated with human allergies.

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Where does a cockroach hide?

ockroaches prefer to live in kitchens and other food preparation areas, so they can feed off food spills and have access to water. Hiding spots for the household cockroach include:

  • Cracks in walls
  • Dark spaces, such as behind the refrigerator, in a pantry or underneath a stack of magazines, newspapers or cardboard boxes.
  • Any furniture items that are generally left undisturbed
  • kitchen cupboards
  • Below sinks
  • Around water heaters
  • Behind Machinery
  • In drains and grease traps
  • Gardens
  • Inside fridge’s wipers
  • Into washbasin pipes
  • Into dustbin
  • Behind the toilet papers
  • Into empty mugs
  • Below machineries
  • Behind doors