No matter what kind of property you own, finding a large cockroach in your space can make you feel sick enough gag. At Stomp Pest Control, our seasoned cockroach exterminators will thoroughly treat your home and help prevent any future risk of infestation.
With years of extermination experience under our belts, we’re here to answer all of your cockroach-related questions. As part of ‘The Stomp Difference“, we take the time to educate customers and our community members by providing them with important information, helping them keep their homes pest-free!
What Attracts Cockroaches into Your House?
Cockroaches love to eat! Whether it’s leftover food inside a trash can, scraps left on dirty dishes, or food dropped on the floor, cockroaches will savage every last bite no matter the circumstances. With daily sanitation practices, homeowners can reduce their risk of dealing with an unsightly cockroach infestation. Also, it’s important to pay special attention to your kitchen and the dining area since tiny food particles can be leftover from cooking and eating meals.
Sweeping and washing floors are also key when it comes to cockroach control. Additionally, water leaks and uncontrolled moisture can attract cockroaches inside your home as well. That being said, you should keep an eye on any dripping pipes and spaces under sinks where water exposure is likely to occur.
Will Cockroaches Harm My Health?
Known for inhabiting sewer drains, bathroom areas, and dumpsters, most cockroaches carry pathogens and bacteria that can cause disease in humans. In regards to your food, it’s never a good idea to eat any food that’s come into contact with these pests, or should you prepare meals on surfaces thought to be contaminated.
What is the Lifespan of a Roach?
The lifespan of cockroaches can vary and are often determined by their living conditions including hot or cold temperature exposure and access to food. That being said, cockroaches can rapidly reproduce and lay eggs all-around your property.
Do Cockroaches Prefer Light or Darkness?
Cockroaches usually destain light, but many species of cockroaches, such as Oriental and German, have been known to prefer light and gravitate towards window panes, computer screens, and even desk lamps.
Contact Your Chapel Hill Cockroach Extermination Experts Today!
Our goal at Stomp Pest Control is to protect your home from infestations of all kinds and help make your life a little easier. Whether you are a home or business is in Chapel Hill, Cary, Wake Forest, Durham or anywhere else in the Triangle area, Stomp Pest Control can keep pesky critters at bay!
Check out our pest control frequently asked question page to learn more about additional services we offer including cockroach, mosquito, ant, spider, wasp, and bee extermination services. We work to keep our customers happy and satisfied! Fill out our contact form or give us a call today at 919-231-3292 to learn more about The Stomp Difference!