How did they get here?
Cockroaches gain entry into your home many different ways. From cracks, vents, sewer and drain pipes to hijacking a ride on your grocery bags and purses.
One… then two… then a hundred! What gives?
One cockroach can deliver 30-40 eggs, and in 2 months all of them could reach adult status. Potentially, one simple cockroach can become hundreds behind your walls.
Your New Roommates:
Just when you thought your college roommate kept you up at night was bad, you realize this cockroach problem is worse! Cockroaches can give out an unpleasant odor and can also produce sound.
Invasion & Ideal Environment:
Your home is a perfect place for cockroaches because, with lots of food, warmth, water and nesting sites, they can remain active year round. One cockroach can survive with a simple grain of rice, and 85% of the time is hidden in the dark. If you’ve seen one, you most likely haven’t seen the worst of it. When you see a few cockroaches by day, they were most likely forced out by overcrowding which is a sure sign of a massive infestation.
I bet you didn’t know this:
Do you struggle with allergies or asthma? Well, cockroaches could be triggering those attacks. The debris created when cockroach skins drop, or it dies can really aggravate allergies; mostly in children and people with a history of asthma.
Most do-it-yourself cockroach insecticides do not kill their eggs, which will leave you spinning your wheels and bank account running to the supermarket every weekend. Therefore, without special equipment and a professional treatment, cockroach control is an uphill battle with no end in sight. Also, home remedies don’t account for the fact that different kinds of cockroaches infestations require different treatments.
We’ll take a look at your pest problem with a detailed inspection by one of our certified technicians. From there, we will design a custom plan fit specifically for your needs.
Boom will apply or install the necessary products that focus on reduction of the pests and prevention for future infestations.
We’ll observe and manage our work by communicating with you on a regular basis to make sure your pests stay controlled.