Best Blue Diamond, NV, Cockroach control

Has your home been overrun by Cockroaches?

If you need cockroach control service in your area, then we can help.

Our pest control professionals treat cockroaches using bait, killing them with the latest pesticides and also preventing their return. Cockroach control in is usually achieved through a combination of:

  • Insecticidal dusts
  • Wet chemical sprays
  • Cockroach gels

The dust penetrates all cracks and crevices, flushing cockroach out of all the areas they live in. The dust forces them out into the open and then kills them. Our experienced technicians will then treat the interior of your building to reduce their numbers, using a cockroach repellent spray. Our pest controllers apply the bait in strategic locations, including cupboards, door frames, hinges and window sills. We ensure that all key areas are treated.

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While cockroach infestations in the home is a nuisance, they also trigger allergies and spread bacteria and diseases.

If you have found yourself asking who is the best cockroach exterminator, then look no further.

Failure to act could increase the risk of spreading salmonella and gastroenteritis if you don’t control your cockroach infestation fast enough.

The bacteria that cause these illnesses are carried on the legs and bodies of cockroaches and deposited on food and utensils as they crawl around your home. Cockroaches can also trigger asthma attacks in children and the elderly. These allergic reactions are usually the result of dead skin these insects shed.

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Our network of pest control technicians specialize in all types of pest problems in the area surrounding your city, including Summerlin South, Nevada, Enterprise, Nevada, Spring Valley, Nevada, Paradise, Nevada, Goodsprings, Nevada, and more!

Cockroaches are not just a pest but a health risk

Cockroaches are one of the most despised of all the common house pests – and with very good reason. Cockroaches carry diseases, they smell, aggravate allergies (especially in children) and ruin your food.

Like most common household pests, Cockroaches have simple needs: food, warmth, moisture and shelter. Unfortunately, for better or worse our homes have all of those things, from pantries stocked with food to plenty of cracks and crevices in which cockroaches can hide and lay their eggs. They thrive even in clean homes.

Unlike most other insects, cockroaches are also a problem the whole year round. Signs that you might have cockroach infestations include:

  • Cockroach droppings (like cracked pepper everywhere).
  • Smear marks on walls, often brown in color.
  • Cockroach eggs
  • Shedded skin – they leave this anywhere
  • Damage to property – they eat anything,
  • Unusual odor – cockroaches leave feces everywhere they live, sleep and eat. This attracts other cockroaches.

Cockroaches are nocturnal creatures which means they come out at night. They scatter when you turn the light on. You need to keep an eye out for these signs to determine if you have a cockroach problem in your home.

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Other specialties

Different type of pest problem? Our network of pest control technicians specialize in all manner of pests in your city, including Ant control, Bed bug control, Bee control, Bird control, Cockroach control, Fumigation, Commercial pest control services, Mosquito control, Spider control, Rodent control, Termite control, and Wildlife control.

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Cockroach Facts

Cockroaches are resilient creatures

Cockroaches can survive for weeks without a head. They will eventually die of thirst but in the meantime continue to spread their germs.

Cockroaches eat literally anything organic and they can also survive for weeks without food are unlikely to ever starve to death. They can even survive a nuclear explosion.

They can also hold their breath for 40 minutes, so there is no point having a competition with a cockroach on that front.

And they have been doing this for millions of years. They were pests back before the days of the dinosaur.

Where cockroaches live

  • Cockroaches love dark, damp, warm places. Unfortunately your home provides many ideal cockroach environments:
  • Bathrooms – especially back of cupboards. They eat soap, medicines, anything that’s been left for a while – and they love water.
  • Kitchens – both in cupboards, pantries and in and around pipework in sinks, dishwashers.
  • Laundry – cupboards, sinks and even around motors for dryers and washing machines
  • Basements – lots of places to hide. They will even eat newspaper stored down there.
  • Drains – anywhere there is a crack, crevice they will find it and hide out there. 

DIY is not the right solution to kill cockroaches

Cockroaches are harder to kill than Steven Seagal in the Hard to Kill movie franchise. Seriously, any insect that can survive whatever killed the dinosaurs and a nuclear explosion is a tough nut to crack.

Unless you’re a pest control professional, you’re going to have a tough time getting rid of a cockroach infestation.

They can sustain themselves on the glue from a postage stamp, can survive being submerged in water for half an hour, and can withstand radiation up to 15 times the lethal dose for humans.

Call us now to help rid your home of these “hard to kill” creatures.

Disgusting facts about cockroaches

  • Cockroaches will eat your children while they sleep. Not entirely, just bits of them. The American cockroach, often called the ‘water bug,’ has been found feeding on toenails, eyelashes, eyebrows, and hair of sleeping children.
  • Cockroaches make great tea….apparently. In some cultures, cockroaches are valued for their nutritional value. Ancient Greeks and Egyptians used ground or boiled cockroaches for medicines.
  • Cockroaches don’t need a mouth to breath. Like all insects, cockroaches breathe through a system of tubes called tracheae, which are attached to the insect’s spiracles. These spiracles are independent of the mouth and windpipe, so the cockroach can breathe just fine without either.

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