• There are in fact a number of different species of cockroaches that need to be identified.

  • American Cockroaches
    The American cockroach is the largest of the house-infesting cockroaches. Despite its name, the American cockroach is not native to North America.

  • Brownbanded Cockroaches
    Brown-banded cockroaches get their name from the two lighter bands they have across their dark brownish bodies. Male brown-banded roaches have full wings that reach beyond the tip of their pointed abdomens, but females have underdeveloped wings that prohibit them from flying. The brown-banded cockroach can live for about 206 days.

  • German Cockroaches
    The German cockroach is the most common species of the cockroach. German cockroaches can breed at a rate of up to six generations per year. The German cockroach can fit through an opening as small as 3/8 inch in width.

  • Oriental Cockroaches
    Oriental cockroaches are believed to be of North African origin, despite their name. Oriental roaches are sometimes called “waterbugs” because they come out of drains, and “black beetle cockroaches” because of their smooth, dark bodies. They are known for their strong, unpleasant, “roachy” odor.

  • Australian Cockroach
    Is reddish brown and looks similar to American cockroach but is smaller at 1.25 inches (35mm) in body length. The Australian cockroach has yellow strips on the outer edge of the front wings. A world-wide species that prefers a vegetarian diet. It is known to eat holes in clothing and even book covers

  • Cock Roaches are very fast breeders, and mostly will come out during the night to feed. With the use of top of the line “Roach Baits” and dust insecticide we are able to gain control of the insect in your home and keep them out with the barrier defense put up around the perimeter of the home.