Brisbane, Gold Coast and Gladstone
The cockroach is one of the most common household and business pests around, known for it’s resilience and difficulty to eradicate.
This notorious pest feeds on everything from soap, glue, grease, toothpaste and more. There are many different species of cockroach with some, such as the German Cockroach, proving nearly impossible to control.
Control Pest Management are not daunted by these challenges as their years of training and high end product applications give them the confidence to solve your Cockroach infestations.
Cockroaches spread such diseases as salmonella, gastroenteritis and food poisoning. Their skin sheds may cause allergic reactions with asthma sensitive people including children and the elderly. Even more reason to allow Control Pest Management to address this health issue.
We will institute a vigorous, integrated cockroach eradication and management program to target areas of your property, using a combination of the latest and best in insecticidal dusts, wet chemical sprays and Cockroach gels. The dust penetrates the cracks and crevices where the cockroaches dwell, to flush them out and kill them, while the spray also knocks them dead. And finally the gel baits are strategically located to prevent any future infestations.
Control Pest Management will then implement a professional long term management and hygiene plan with the homeowner to ensure a safe and healthy environment in the future.
Cockroaches are social insects which are also known as roaches. They have six spiked legs and two long antennae. They usually measure up to 2 inches in length, with tropical types tending to be larger. Some species of cockroaches have wings however not all cockroaches are a good fliers.
The name “cockroach” comes from the Spanish language word for cockroach, Cucaracha, transformed by 1620s English etymology into “cock” and “roach.”
They can spread diseases because they are generally found near to waste or in kitchens, where food is present.
Cockroaches are widespread pests; They live in buildings, are nocturnal, and hide during the day in cracks, crevices and under litter. Roaches usually like to live in the dark whenever possible; they only come out in search of food and water.
Massive infestations are taking place when the cockroaches are seen during the daytime or in an open area. Cockroaches require three things food, warm shelter, and water.
While most cockroaches prefer to live in kitchens and pantries. They will also survive in any part of the house. They do not enjoy excess moisture and avoid light whenever the can.
German cockroaches are light brown to tan with two dark stripes located on their backs. They can be found throughout all types of structures but show a preference for warm and humid places.
They are found primarily in kitchens and secondarily in bathrooms, but infestations often occur in rooms where people eat and drink. In addition to being a nuisance, the German cockroach has been implicated in outbreaks of illness and allergic reactions in many people.
The German cockroach is by far the most important and usually the most common of all the cockroaches.
Cockroaches occupy a range of habitats.
The best advice for cockroach control is to practice good sanitation. Homeowners should also seal any cracks or crevices on the outside of the home and eliminate moisture buildup in basements, attics, and crawlspaces. When inspecting for types of cockroaches, pay extra attention to kitchens and bathrooms – especially under appliances and sinks.