Roaches are some if not the most disgusting insect known to man plus these things can carry disease. There are close to 30 different varieties that live around humans. Ajax exterminating uses only professional-grade products in areas kids and pets can’t get to like under sinks, around pipes, cracks and crevices, and behind appliances. Here in the Lone star state roaches are a major problem. For home and office, they are not only gross but can be an embarrassing issue to clients or guests. If you see only one odds are you have many more hiding out, a major infestation. We recommend don’t leave pet food out overnight to roaches it’s an all night all you can eat buffet. Dispose of trash and clean up any spills or food. Seal gaps around windows, doors, and pipes and don’t keep clutter around the home. In today’s fast paced age of food delivery both precooked and grocery check to make sure no little hitchhikers have made their way into your house along with your food.If you spot roaches in or out of your house, big or small call Ajax today to get the peace of mind you won’t be seeing them for long.
It is easy to assume that if you see one roach his friends and family are not too far away. But there are also signs you can look for that will signal you may have a roach infestation – even if you’ve never seen the creepy little fellas.
Here’s what to look for:
And, beware – if your neighbor is having an issue with roaches, there is a good chance you have them, too. So be on the lookout.
At Ajax Exterminating, we don’t allow your cockroaches to have a place to hide. Using the best treatments available, we take every step possible to remove your infestation and restore your peace of mind.
We offer emergency pest control by our certified technicians. And, if your pesky roaches come back? So will we – at no charge.
Roaches are attracted to filth and garbage, but even the cleanest houses can have roach issues – mostly on their search for water. Roaches are attracted to things like dirty dishes, crumbs, pet food, excess moisture, cardboard, birdbaths, gutters, flower pots, composts, woodpiles, garbage, leaky pipes under the sink, etc.
Yes. Cockroaches make their way into your home through any holes in the wall, flooring, areas around pipes or electrical cables, outlets, and more. They can be in your home a long time before you ever even know they are there.
Call the professionals. There are many DIY methods you can find online for getting a cockroach infestation under control. But, the truth is, if you want to get rid of them once and for all, you need the best treatments available – and the knowledge of where to reach them. And, that only comes with experience and skill.
It depends on how large the infestation is. With professional treatment, it may take a week or two for them to all be cleared out. Sometimes, in severe cases, it may be required for your home to be treated a second time to ensure that the infestation has been cleared out.