Rather than let annoying and disease-carrying cockroaches intrude into your hard-earned home or business establishment, do yourself a favor and contact well-versed, seasoned cockroach exterminators to ensure you never have to worry about their infestation again! Stomp Pest Control is here to help answer any cockroach-related questions to the best of our ability. As part of ‘The Stomp Difference“, we take pride in educating and guiding our current and prospective customers to the best of our ability in order to create a cockroach extermination strategy that works best for their lifestyle, budget, and timeline.
What attracts cockroaches into your house?
Similarly to humans, cockroaches love to eat. Whether we’re talking about food sitting inside of a trash can, leftover dirty dishes, or food dropped on the floor, cockroaches will happily pick at any piece of food they’re able to. It is recommended to ensure your kitchen and dining room area are regularly cleaned in order to avoid cockroach infestation. Sweeping and polishing your floors are also imperative when it comes to cockroach control. Along with that, keep in mind that cockroaches love moisture. That said, remain vigilant of leaky water pipes, perhaps beneath your kitchen or bathroom sinks as well as bathmats or floormats that have a tendency to remain moist for hours after use.
Do cockroaches like heat or cold?
Typically speaking, cockroaches do not like the cold, as they are cold-blooded arthropods (arthropods are unable to survive in extremely hot or extremely cold climates and must reside in fair-weathered temperatures of 55-70 degrees Fahrenheit with little-to-no humidity). In the beautiful state of North Carolina, it is safe to say that cold weather is rare and warm, humid weather is most prevalent for roughly 9 months out of the year. That said, do not expect the humid, sunny weather to deter cockroaches from intruding on your home or commercial business property, as they’re extremely capable of intruding during the night when the temperature cools down and when you’re least expecting them.
Do cockroaches die in the winter?
Whether we’re talking about the American Cockroach, German Cockroach, Oriental Cockroach, or the Brown-Banded Cockroach, it is safe to say that these pests generally cann0t survive in environments with temperatures below 15 degrees Fahrenheit. That said, it is very common for cockroaches to find a way into your home or business establishment in order to avoid unlivable weather conditions. Because they need water to survive (to avoid dehydration), these pests are notorious for living through winter by inhabiting floor drains, sewers, crawl spaces, and, most commonly, basements.
How long do cockroaches live in a house?
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At Stomp Pest Control, one of our major goals is to perform a thorough and consistent service that our exterminator customers can count on. Along with cockroach extermination, be sure to check out our pest control frequently asked question page to learn about rodent, mosquito, ant, spider, wasp, and bee extermination services in which we offer. Whether your home or business is in Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Chapel Hill, Durham, Holly Springs, Apex, or other Triangle locations, you can count on Stomp Pest Control to rid your home of The proof of this is in our retention of our customers, and we have received numerous referrals. Fill out our contact form below or give us a call today at 919-231-3292 to learn more about The Stomp Difference and how we can eliminate your pesky cockroaches for good!