Cockroaches Control Service
Many people are simply afraid of cockroaches. Many just treat them with disdain. Regardless of which of these categories you belong, the gist is that nobody wants them roaming inside our living space. Are you someone who is fed up of them and want to get rid of them? Well, New Sai Pest Control services in Delhi is always there to help you out. Aside from being a visual nuisance, cockroaches can pose serious health issues as well. They carry several parasites and pathogens that is enough to cause you a great deal of harm, medically. But there’s no need to panic, yet. With some of the best cockroaches control remedies from us, you can get rid of them for once and all. All that you need to do is give us a call.
Cockroaches live in tight spaces and tend to hide, so if you see one, that may be a small glimpse of a larger infestation living inside the walls of your home or business.
To protect your home or business from cockroaches, you need to learn about the behavior of this pest, take steps for prevention, and find a pest control expert should an infestation occur.
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What Is A Cockroach?
Cockroaches are possibly the most ancient insect on Earth, dating back around 320 million years. Cockroaches are a generalized insect without special adaptations like sucking mouthparts (such as aphids or cicada). There are about 4,600 species of cockroaches, about 30 of which are known to live around humans. Exterminators explain only four or five of those are the well-known pests most of us have encountered. The most common in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware are the American cockroach, German cockroach, Asian cockroach, brown-banded cockroach, and the Oriental cockroach.
How Do I Identify A Cockroach?
Exterminators advise there are several species of cockroaches that you may come across. The most common species found in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware are the American and German cockroaches. NSPC’s certified entomologist, Craig, explains cockroaches are both oval-shaped, reddish-brown, and have thin, spiny legs. American cockroaches are about twice as big and can be up to about an inch and a half long.
The other two species commonly found in or around homes and businesses in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware are the Brown-Banded cockroach and the Oriental cockroach. The Oriental cockroach hails from Africa, not Asia, and is also known as the water bug. They are typically a bit smaller, dark and smooth, and tend to be in damp areas.
Brown-banded cockroaches have light brown bands across their wings and abdomen. They prefer the warmer areas of your home or business.
An Asian Cockroach looks very similar to the German cockroach, but tend to live outdoors more often, and are more common in the south than in the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware. Pest control technicians say, if you see a cockroach in this area that looks like a German cockroach, that’s probably what it is.
How Do I Prevent Cockroaches?
Exterminators explain sanitation is the number one way to prevent a cockroach infestation. Keep your home clean and free of debris, especially food. Pay special attention to the kitchen. Don’t leave dirty dishes around overnight, and keep food in sealed containers. Pest control experts at New Sai Pest Control Service recommend cleaning up spills right away and try not to leave pet food lying around at night. Cockroaches can be especially interested in alcohol, particularly beer, so make sure not to leave cans open on the counter and properly dispose of cans in the trash.
Pest control experts suggest addressing any areas where cockroaches could enter your home or business from the outside. Seal cracks such as those around windows or pipes, repair holes in doors and windows and keep your home or business free of clutter like newspapers, magazines, and dirty clothes, to prevent cockroach problems.
Finally, make a habit of checking backpacks and other items you bring into the house, especially if they have been outside on the ground. Consider also checking any deliveries, especially food deliveries, as roaches can be introduced to a home or business this way.
How Did I Get Cockroaches?
Exterminators at New Sai Pest Control Service state cockroaches can crawl into your home or business through cracks in walls, under doors, or through pipes like outdoor spigots. They can hitch a ride in on backpacks, purses, or other items (especially food), and cockroaches can travel through walls or pipes from adjacent apartments if you live in a multi-unit complex. Cockroaches are very good at finding food, so if you have left food out, not cleaned up recently, or have open trash cans, you are more likely to attract these pests.
Cockroaches will also seek the warmth and shelter of your home or business during the colder months, and you may see more of them during this time.
Pest control experts remind us it’s reasonable to expect to see at least a few cockroaches around from time to time, so don’t beat yourself up if you see one, but do try to keep your New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland or Delaware home or business clean and free of food that may attract them and encourage them to stick around.
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