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What are German cockroaches?
German Cockroaches are one of the hardest to kill, annoying, and fastest reproducing insects. These roaches grow to 1/2 to 5/8 inches in length. A German cockroach is tan to light brown in color with dark parallel lines running from the back of its head to its wings. They are flightless. However, they are still adept climbers and can get onto tables, onto counters, and into pantries by climbing on walls and ceilings.
Are German cockroaches dangerous?
German cockroaches can cause numerous health problems for humans that share living spaces with them. Their feces and saliva trigger asthma attacks in some people, and they can also carry salmonella and E. Coli.
These factors put them at risk of contaminating your food, food prep area, and utensils. The pathogens they carry can cause severe vomiting as well as diarrhea in humans.
Why do I have a German cockroach problem?
German cockroaches prefer warm, humid areas in close proximity to food and water. For this reason, they are most often found inside kitchens, pantries, and bathrooms in both residential and commercial environments.
German cockroaches can either enter your home while foraging for food or accidentally carried into your house while inside boxes, bags, and luggage. Once they are in your home, these roaches will look for a warm, dark, moist environment to hide.
Inside residential homes, German roaches are often found in basements, crawlspaces, kitchens, and bathrooms. They prefer moist areas with lots of cracks, crevices, and other hiding spots that they can retreat to when potential dangers such as humans or pets are in the area.
How do I get rid of German cockroaches?
Like other species of cockroaches, German cockroaches are a difficult pest to treat for the average home or business owner for a number of reasons. They are small, allowing them to get into the hard-to-reach areas of properties they infest, and they breed quickly, making it difficult to completely eliminate the entire infestation.
German cockroaches are also nocturnal, making it difficult to track down the source of the infestation. For these reasons, the best solution to a roach infestation is always to call a professional pest control service for help. Pestmaster® Services has decades of experience keeping homes across America cockroach-free. If you’re looking for a professional solution to your cockroach problem, contact us today for more information about how we can help.
Are brown-banded cockroaches dangerous?
Like their cousins, brown-banded cockroaches are a dangerous species of pest that carry and spread a variety of harmful diseases and bacteria that can make people ill. Examples of pathogens they spread include E. coli and Salmonella.
They can also cause gastroenteritis and diarrhea in humans. Biological elements they leave behind such as shed skin and feces can trigger serious asthma and allergy attacks in some people.
Why do I have a brown-banded cockroach problem?
Brown-banded cockroaches can be found across the United States but are most common in the Northeastern, Southern, and Midwest regions of the country. They often enter homes and other structures while in search of food and shelter. Brown-banded cockroaches prefer dry, warm environments to live and nest, and can get pushed indoors due to the humidity of summer or the cold temperatures of winter.
Inside buildings, these cockroaches can be found living above ceilings, in attics, behind walls, and near large appliances with motors. Brown-banded cockroaches are mainly nocturnal and prefer foods high in starch. They often feed on wallpaper, book bindings, stamps, and other items that contain glue.
How do I get rid of brown-banded cockroaches?
Brown-banded cockroaches are difficult to treat and dangerous to any home they infest. If you know or think you have a brown-banded cockroach infestation, don’t hesitate to contact the professional roach killers at Pestmaster® Services for help. Reach out to us today for more information on how we can eliminate brown-banded cockroaches from your home or business.