The idea of a roach infestation is terrifying to most people.
If you don’t have roaches, you could soon find yourself with them if someone in your building or an adjacent apartment has them.
This is the most annoying thing! You can do all that you can on your end and still end up with roaches. Some peoples poor habits can affect others around them.
Now if this happens to you, you may have to receive ongoing maintenance to ensure that the problem is kept under control.
At Nassau County Pest Control in Nassau County, NY, we develop pest control maintenance programs for your roach infestation.
You may be able to buy something from the store to deal with the problem; however, it rarely works to completely eliminate the problem. In most cases, the problem is still there.
You are just seeing fewer roaches because the product helped to kill some of them, not all of them.
Unless the source of the problem is discovered and treated, you are still left with a roach problem.
There are several species of cockroaches with at least four of the 30 species considered pests.
Identifying a Roach Infestation
They are about 2 inches in length but those that live in tropical climates are often larger in size. They have six legs and antennae’s. Some even have wings and fly.
However, most winged roaches are not good flyers so you don’t see them flying around that often.
Their heads are typically small with big eyes. Most of them are reddish-brown in color and others are of a dark brown color.
Their mouthparts consist of salivary glands, chewing mandibles and tasting receptors.
Signs You May Have a Roach Infestation
The reason you often see cockroaches at night is because they are nocturnal. They prefer to live in the dark, therefore, when you begin to notice them during the day, it is a pretty good sign of an infestation.
They live in moist, dark areas because this is most suitable for them to breed.
This is why many infestations are found in the kitchen, under sinks, behind refrigerators, stoves and even appliances.
When an infestation is discovered, it is best to seek immediate attention from a qualified NY exterminator at Nassau County Pest Control!
“Signs You Might Have a Roach Infestation” was first published by nassaucountypestcontrol.net