Cockroach Extermination in
West Virginia and Virginia
Get Rid Of Cockroaches with Standard Exterminating Company, Inc.
Customers throughout the region trust us for cockroach extermination in West Virginia and Virginia. Common cockroaches can come in a number of varieties. In the wild, they benefit the environment as important recyclers of decaying organic material.
It is not surprising to find “pest cockroaches” near waste deposits or in kitchens, where food is plentiful. They breed in large nests or colonies. For every one roach you see, there are many more you do not. Get rid of cockroaches by calling Standard Exterminating Company, Inc. at (304) 342-5200 to schedule service or contact us online.
Average Facts and Prevention Tips on Cockroaches
The average cockroach can measure up to two inches in length. They have six legs, two antennae, and some species have wings. Cockroaches can emit unpleasant odors and may also produce sound. These bugs also carry a fear factor with them, and can be difficult to control with retail products because they are very adaptable.
Some additional pest prevention tips for cockroaches to know are:
- • Cockroaches can enter the home or building in many different ways, from the outside through cracks and crevices, vents, sewers, and drain pipes. We can even carry them in on products like grocery bags, boxes, purses, and on our person.
- • Homes are an ideal breeding ground for pest cockroaches.
- • Food, warmth, water, and nesting sites can be plentiful, so breeding continues all year long.
- • Cockroaches reproduce quickly, and their fast breeding cycle is how they can rapidly infest a space.
- • They reproduce a little slowly in cooler months, but if they have enough warmth, there may be no natural way to keep the numbers down.
- • Seeing a few cockroaches during the day may be rare, as they are usually nocturnal.
- • Overcrowded nests could force out bugs during daytime hours, which is a sure sign of infestation.
Common Cockroaches with Uncommon Habits
Many homeowners and building custodians take on the valiant effort of pest control themselves. They soon find that the ‘common cockroach’ has some uncommon habits when it comes to hiding and adapting. Cockroaches grow immune to regular sprays, traps, or poisons.
Without special equipment, materials, and training, cockroach control can feel like a losing battle. You do not have to wage the war on pest control alone. Call Standard Exterminating Company, Inc. for cockroach extermination in West Virginia and Virginia.