Unfortunately, the amount of cockroach incidents seems to be on the rise here in San Diego. If you have roaches, don’t get down on yourself. Sometimes it’s not your fault at all. We’ve noticed a big jump in the number of people having pest problems even with a clean home. This often happens if you reside in close living quarters such as an apartment and someone next door, who has a current infestation, leaves. It seems that the amount of roach problems are keeping pace with the increase in foreclosed homes. Once the nearby cockroaches eat the food in an abandoned home they’ll come for scraps in your house next.
You’ll be glad to know, cockroaches can be made a thing of the past. By calling us you can soon be free of roaches.
What Are Cockroaches?
Cockroaches can thrive in conditions that many other pests cannot because they are extremely adaptable. This is the reason why sometimes they are difficult to detect, as well as difficult to get rid of.
Roaches are not just dreadful, but they’re also risky to have in your property area. They can carry harmful bacteria, and that is very easily transferred to humans. They may also often trigger diarrhea and food poisoning in people by contaminating food and dishes.
Cockroaches access houses through almost any crack you can imagine. The best way to prevent them from entering your house is to caulk the gaps around pipes, baseboards, windows, and doors. You should also remove any excess scrap paper or cardboard around your house, as well as your garage, attic, or basement. Storing food in sealed containers is another critical preventative step to take. They can contaminate bowls, home counters, and food itself. In human beings, this may cause food poisoning and diarrhea.
Roaches will use sewers or drains and even the plumbing to get in your house. They will migrate between apartments by traveling along these entry points. Seal holes in common walls and plumbing pipes to prevent infestation. Use screens to seal the large openings on your sewers and drainage pipe. To be more sure that you are not infested with cockroaches, call our exterminators today.
San Diego Cockroach Removal
If you choose to attempt to get rid of a roach problem yourself you’ll commit a lot of time and be disappointed with the result. The chemical substance we utilize to remove cockroaches is a lot more effective than what you’ll buy inside a store. We have had customers who told us that they invested over $700 trying to deal with the roaches themselves. This is certainly much more than we’d ever charge to get rid of your pest problem. Every one of our services is sure to do away with your problem and they are competitively priced. It’s not necessary to have to deal with cockroaches another day! Call (858) 609-6858 today and we’ll provide a cost-free estimate and schedule your service.