Eliminating Cockroaches in Austin and Surrounding Areas
Among many types of pest problems, nothing is more distasteful and more challenging to control than a full-blown cockroach infestation. The longevity of this pest classifies them as one of the planet’s most adaptable survivors.
Cockroaches are nocturnal and extremely adept at hiding. Since they do all their feeding at night, if you happen to spot one scurrying around in mid-day, chances are you have a potentially large infestation on your hands that will require immediate professional assistance.
The presence of cockroaches in the home or workplace can threaten wellbeing and cause serious health problems in addition to severely damaging, or even destroying, a business reputation within a range of industries. For this reason, do-it-yourself pest control methods for eliminating the tenacious cockroach are rarely successful and best carried out by a licensed and experienced pest control expert to ensure success.
Our Proven Pest Control Strategies for Cockroaches
Be Bug Free Services pest management specialists apply several effective strategies for ridding a commercial or residential Austin and surrounding areas property from the threat of an infestation from the dreaded cockroach.
Be Bug Free Services uses a combination of traps and liquid concentrates within a comprehensive and customized pest management plan that qualified technicians customize for your location following a thorough inspection. Austin and surrounding areas home and business owners can rest assured that Be Bug Free Services takes special care to consistently ensure the safety of children and pets.
Common Cockroaches in Texas
- German Cockroaches
- American Cockroaches (Tree Roach)
- Smokey Brown Cockroaches
- Brown Banded Cockroaches
What can you do to keep cockroaches out?
- Eliminate food sources by keeping all surfaces clean and sanitized
- Seal cracks and crevices around doors and windows
- Caulk around plumbing areas
- Repair any plumbing leaks or water damage in your home
Facts about Cockroaches
- Cockroaches can survive up to a month without food and up to 2 weeks without water and still reproduce rapidly
- Among the oldest living species on earth, evidence of cockroaches has been documented in fossils that are more than 300 million years old
- Cockroaches can run at a speed of 3 miles an hour
- A female cockroach can mate only once and yet remain pregnant for her entire lifespan
- A cockroach can live for up to one week without its head
- Cockroaches are notorious for spreading bacteria and disease and have been linked to 33 different kinds of bacteria