Cockroaches Pest Control Service
Our pest control service for Cockroaches is available in Essex, East London & Suffolk.
Our qualified technicians can help you get rid of Cockroaches by using our professional pest controller services.
The cockroach is one of the longest existing insects on earth and have inhabited the planet for longer than the dinosaurs… Read More
nce the cockroach has laid its eggs they will not hatch for around 2 to 12 weeks. So even when the area has been sprayed with pesticide and all of the visible cockroaches have been killed the remaining eggs inside the armoured capsules will survive.
he new eggs will then hatch and will be fully independent and then the young hatchlings will start to reproduce again and the cycle goes round and round which is why a cockroach infestation is extremely hard to eliminate. To be able to deal with an infestation of cockroaches a detailed survey must be carried out to determine which species is present and exactly how large the infestation is. Initially some sticky traps may be laid so as the pest controller can determine the exact species which helps with identifying the correct procedure for dealing most effectively with this pest.
pon successfully establishing the size of the cockroach infestation the most appropriate method of treatment can then be selected and put into action. Nowadays we have modern methods for treating cockroach infestations and a professional pest controller will have access to the required specialist insecticides and methods to be able to carry out a successful extermination of cockroaches within your home or premises.
he treatment may require chemicals sprayed to the affected areas and occasionally, depending on environmental factors, some special gel baits may be required of which are only available to professionally qualified pest controllers and are not available to the general public.
We would not suggest that you attempt to use any kind of aerosols or chemicals upon the cockroaches or infested areas as this may just disperse the population of cockroaches and they may start to infest previously unoccupied areas which were not affected thus making the infestation even worse.