Implications Of Just Hoping A Roach Infestation Will Go Away On Its Own
There are different types of roaches, and none of them put off a cute and cuddly vibe. They have a creepy appearance that is capable of sending a shiver down anyone’s spine. The German cockroach is the species most commonly found inside of a home. Full grown adults measure between 1/2″ and 5/8″ in length. They are of a medium brown color and feature two dark stripes on the pronotum. Nymphs are a smaller size, have no wings, and share striking resemblances to the adults.
Seeing one or two roaches does not mean there is an infestation, but when turning on the light in the middle of the night reveals hundreds if not thousands of the insects, the time for action is now. Failing to do so, can be a recipe for disaster. Cockroaches are known to carry diseases such as…
Additionally, many people are allergic to the insects. They have adverse reactions to the bugs being present. Symptoms often include but are not limited to…
• Sneezing And Runny Nose
• Itchy, Watery Eyes
• Post-Nasal Drip
• Skin Rash Or Hives
Waiting and hoping for the infestation to go away on its own will likely not produce successful results. The insects will continue to reproduce, and the roach population will steadily grow. Homeowners that want to take a hands-on approach to the situation have countless pest control options available to them at almost any store. There are foggers, sprays, traps, baits, and other methods for eliminating the nuisances. However, many of them claim to do this or that, and picking the right one for your situation can get tricky. Plus, some of the products will have greater success rates than others. There is nothing worst than fogging a home only to return at a later time and find the pests crawling along the ceiling.
Our extermination company has helped numerous residents in Glen Burnie and surrounding areas to rid their homes, offices, and businesses of infestations. Allow us the opportunity to do the same for you. The team provides friendly, professional service, and most importantly, they will run the bugs out.
Roach infestation got you down? Contact our office at 410-760-6065 to schedule pest control service.