Anyone can have a cockroach infestation that requires fast remediation from an exterminator. A cockroach can enter an apartment from a neighbor’s home, or it can crawl into a backpack that you have on the bus. Cockroaches breed rapidly, and if a female cockroach enters your home, then it might carry an egg case on its abdomen. An egg case might have 30 eggs or more, and within a few weeks, you could have hundreds of cockroaches in a home. When these insects are struggling to find food, the cockroaches become more aggressive, entering lighted areas. By the time that a homeowner notices one cockroach, there are likely more insects hiding in a home’s walls.
Exterminators Offer Emergency Cockroach Treatments At Residential Properties
Cockroaches are resistant to many chemicals, and when a homeowner uses store-bought pesticides, it won’t help with eliminating an entire population of insects. This insect can survive during cold or hot temperatures by hibernating in the soil underneath a home. Cockroaches can create a foul odor in a home, and the insects will transfer pathogens to surfaces. When a cockroach walks across eating utensils, it may leave E. coli on the items, and this contamination can make someone ill. Getting rid of cockroaches quickly is imperative, and most exterminators offer emergency services at residential properties.
An Exterminator Understands Where To Look For Cockroaches
Reducing the clutter in a home can help with eliminating the cockroaches because the insects won’t have any hiding locations. It is also important for a homeowner to keep a building clean so that the insects aren’t attracted to any food on the countertops or floors. However, the best way to get rid of cockroaches is by calling a professional exterminator who has effective chemicals. In addition to spraying chemicals on the walls and baseboards, an exterminator will place sticky traps in basements or attics.
Call a Professional Exterminator In Phoenix Today
Phoenix has year-round warm weather, helping filthy cockroaches to survive longer, and it is easier to have an infestation of these insects in this geographic region. When a home has a major cockroach infestation, a thorough fumigation process is required. This extermination method takes more time, and everyone may need to leave the home for a day to stay away from the chemicals. However, with this method, the cockroaches living in the deep locations of a building are destroyed. An exterminator will return to a home on a regular basis to provide pesticide maintenance services.
Contact Atomic Pest Control today at 480-832-8888 to learn more about how professional exterminators can help eliminate an infestation of cockroaches.