Roach Control

Roaches are social and will leave a pheromone to attract other roaches. So, if you saw one roach, there are likely more that you haven’t seen yet. If you’ve spotted a roach in your home, you should consider calling for professional pest control services! Roaches carry bacteria that if left on food are dangerous to humans such as:

  • Salmonella
  • Staphylococcus
  • Streptococcus

They are often found in dark, moist, warm areas. It’s important to keep all cracks and openings around your home sealed. Roaches can flatten their body so they can squeeze through almost any size opening! Once in, they will spend their time in search of food. While we can provide treatments to keep them at bay, it’s important that we work together. Your home should be kept clean, with no wet areas or food left in any sinks. All food should be properly sealed and put away each night.

What to Expect

After we’ve done a thorough inspection of your home and property, we will be able to advise you on the next step. As trained technicians, we can identify how cockroaches are finding their way into your home and areas that require sealing. Once we’ve discovered these areas, we will suggest what type of treatments will work best to remove them and keep them gone! Our treatments may include chemicals that are applied directly on the pests or insect growth regulators to stop them from multiplying. All of our treatments are safe for children and pets.

Our technicians have been providing pest protection since 1963. We understand our local environment and what attracts pests. With our training and advanced equipment, we will provide an individualized treatment plan that will allow us to do our part to keep your home protected for your family’s protection. Contact us today to stay safe and stop your roach infestation!

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Florida Since 1963