Indoor Cockroaches and How to Get Rid of Them
Nothing is more disconcerting to a homeowner than seeing a cockroach running across the kitchen floor. When one is seen, chances are there are many more hiding elsewhere. When many are seen, there is reason for concern. The infamous German cockroach can go from newly hatched egg to reproducing adult within a matter of three months, four times quicker than its larger cousin, the sewer roach. It can easily be identified by the two stripes running down its back from the head to the thorax. They feed upon just about any food source and can overwhelm a home within a matter of months if not dealt with immediately.
Maintaining a sanitary environment is the most important factor in controlling this pest. For complete elimination, however, the professionals at Sexton Pest Control need to be contacted. Once the German cockroach has been introduced, it takes very little in the way of food and water to sustain a viable population. The pest control technicians are trained to know where the roaches are hiding, breeding, and traveling; and have services designed specifically to deal with this insect. Professional treatment means that you the customer can feel secure in knowing that the source of the infestation is being taken care of, leaving little to chance.