Cockroaches have been around for millions of years, evolving into some of the most adaptable pests on Earth. There are approximately 4,000 living species of cockroaches in the world and about 70 of these species are found in the United States. You need to act fast as cockroaches can reproduce at an alarming rate, causing a sudden and worrisome infestation in your home.
Types of Cockroaches in Cary
Cockroaches come in all different sizes, shapes and colors. By properly identifying which species is invading your home, Stomp Pest Control can better take specific control measures to effectively treat the infestation.
Why Do Cockroach Infestations Happen?
Cockroach infestations most often begin when someone unknowingly brings an infested item into a home or building. Poor sanitation such as leaving out food or dirty dishes, can encourage an infestation since this type of clutter provides a good food source for the roaches. Without addressing a cockroach infestation, they can multiply very quickly.
Here are some other places Cockroaches love:
- Less frequented areas near sewers and drainage where they can live among the moisture
- Clutter made by boxes and papers left in your basement, electrical room, or crawl space.
Pest Control Extermination Services
It’s important to seek immediate professional assistance in treating a cockroach infestation in your home. Not only do cockroaches carry a wide range of diseases, the “skins” or molts cockroaches shed during their lifecycle can also be particularly problematic for individuals with certain allergies or asthmatic concerns. Contact Stomp Pest Control in Cary today for a free quote on removal services. We have an extensive background in pest control and won’t finish the job until we have your 100% satisfaction!
Contact Stomp Pest Control for Cockroach Removal Today!
Stomp Pest Control provides comprehensive cockroach extermination services in Cary and surrounding areas as part of our standard pest control packages. Contact us today at (919) 231-3292 to rid your home or business of cockroaches and other invasive insects.