Let Drive-Bye Pest Control Eradicate American Roaches in Your Home.
The largest of all the cockroaches are the American Roaches. This significant pest brings fright to anyone who crosses its path. Why are they frightening? Could it be their sheer bug size? Maybe it is that they were once called the “death bringer.” Or perhaps because you know just how hard they are to catch. No matter the reason, no one wants American Cockroaches in their home.
Should you encounter a roach in your home, there are most likely more than one. Where one can enter, so can more. Call Drive-Bye Exterminators right away to get those icky creepy crawlers out of your home.
About American Roaches
Dating from prehistoric days, the cockroach is said to have a lifecycle of up to 700 days. They molt up to 14 times in that lifespan. Big, brown, shiny, and icky, the American cockroach is unmistakable. When they sense danger, they dart out of sight through the smallest cracks and crevices, and they run very quickly. They are nocturnal and keep away from all light. Additionally, the cockroach nymphs can regenerate their limbs.
The American cockroach feeds on just about anything it can find. They are omnivorous and opportunistic. Not to mention, they will even eat their own dead. YUCK!
These roaches live outdoors in moist areas like mulch beds, woodpiles, flowerbeds, and sewer systems. In some parts, they live on trees, gaining the nickname palmetto bugs. Like any other pest, the roach enters a home to look for food and water.
Unfortunately, they are very hardy and They multiple very quickly. A few cockroaches can easily get out of hand in a matter of weeks or months. No one wants that.
The worst part of the roach may really be the odor they emit. This pheromone helps them locate one another but repels humans. If you have ever accidentally vacuumed one up, you know right away the stink they create.
When roaches make their way into your home, do not hesitate to call your local exterminator to rid your home of the pests.
Are American Roaches A Danger to Humans?
Being the largest species of cockroach and they make an immediate impression. Seeing these large, fast bugs around your home or business is scary, especially in large numbers. Though American Cockroaches are not poisonous or known to attack, they can carry disease over food or around your home and cause damage to your home.
They are known to carry Salmonella on their legs and later deposit it on foods if found in the pantry or at your picnic. What’s more, the feces and fallen body parts can cause allergic reactions and asthma in people.
So, if you don’t want to deal with all that, but you see a roach in the home, call Drive-Bye Exterminators before they get out of hand.
Getting Rid of American Roaches
When you encounter problem insects, trust one of Florida’s top professional pest control companies to get the job done quickly. Drive-Bye Exterminators pest control company provides a wide array of peat elimination services, including American Cockroach eradication. American Roaches are among the hardiest and challenging to destroy of all pests. So, enlisting the help of an experienced exterminator company is the best way to get them out of your home or business.
Your extermination technician will perform the following tasks, so you don’t have to.
- Locate the roach activity and hiding spots.
- Figure out what attracted them into your home.
- Look for the potential entry points.
- Remedy the entry points if the homeowner would like.
- Spray for roaches inside and out.
Additionally, the technician will inform the homeowner of the areas in and out of the home that attract roaches and how to help keep the roaches away.
Finally, when you enroll in a pest management agreement, the chances of getting bugs are minimal. You see, the technician assigned to your home will be observing over your home to make sure you are pest-free. And you can always give a call if you get a bug problem of any sort.
Contact Drive-Bye Exterminators today for expert pest control in Clearwater, Palm Harbor, Dunedin, St. Petersburg, Largo & Tampa. Our friendly experts are waiting to solve your American Roach problem.