Boston Cockroach Experts
Everything Eastern Massachusetts Residents Need to Know About Roaches
Just about everyone knows what a cockroach looks like; they are everywhere. While it is often jokingly stated that if anything could survive a nuclear war, it would be a cockroach, the idea is clear - they are real survivors.
Once there is a cockroach infestation, it can be very hard to get rid of them. Cockroaches multiply very quickly, and they also adapt quickly, too. It is important to contact a pest control agency quickly if you see them in your home or business.
Let our Boston pest control professionals handle your cockroach problem! Call (781) 531-9290 or send us an online message to get started with a complimentary inspection and estimate!
Not All Cockroaches Are Created Equal
There are over 4,000 different varieties of cockroaches, but only about thirty of them can comfortably live with humans. This number can be further reduced to include only four varieties; the main species that cause problems in homes and businesses in America.
The four main species are the American, German, Asian, and Oriental cockroaches. These vary in size from about 1/2" (German), up to 2" (American). In America, the species that is most common in homes would most likely be the German variety.
Even One Small Roach Can Lead to Big Problems
Cockroaches in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts increase in population at a very rapid rate. The German cockroach female lives about 200 days. Each egg case that she lays includes thirty to fifty eggs. In her lifetime, she will produce between four to six egg cases. German cockroaches are clearly able to thrive.
Once cockroaches infest a home, they are rarely seen. Cockroaches are nocturnal and can live up to a month with little or no food. They can also survive by eating book bindings, furniture, glue, soap, dead insects, shoe linings, and more.
The presence of cockroaches can lead to a definite impression of uncleanness- especially if your guests see them. Contrary to popular belief, a cockroach infestation is not necessarily an indication of poor hygiene. However, an untidy environment will make it all the more difficult to get rid of them. The presence of cockroaches can also lead to health problems, including asthma in children. If you spot a cockroach at home or work, there are likely more of them concealed nearby. Contact a pest professional to avoid letting an infestation get out of hand.
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General Environmental Services, Inc. specializes in residential pest control and commercial pest control. Read our services page to find out more information about what services are available. We pride ourselves in exterminating ants, bed bugs, bees & wasps, beetles, centipedes & millipedes, cockroaches, flies, mosquitoes, moths, rodents, spiders, termites, and ticks. We also offer wildlife animal control, an FAQ section, and a guide to choosing a pest professional.
Contact us online or call our office at (781) 531-9290 today to meet our team and get all the help you need to make sure cockroaches leave your property for good!
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