RESIDENTIAL ROACH INSPECTIONS & EXTERMINATION
Over-the-Counter Products Just Don't Work!
Because a single roach can lay up to 300 eggs, infestations can quickly get out of control. A few cockroaches can multiply to thousands within months, and destroying a large infestation can be challenging. Cockroaches are very adaptable, and they can quickly develop a resistance to poisons. This is why DIY methods of pest control are often not effective against roaches and can ultimately make infestations harder to destroy.
Common Species of Roaches
In Texas, there are four species of cockroach that are common indoor pests: German cockroaches, American Cockroaches, Smokybrown cockroaches and Oriental cockroaches. The largest of these, the American cockroaches or “water bugs,” can reach up to two inches in length. German cockroaches are the species most commonly found indoors, and they particularly enjoy invading kitchens, pantries and other areas where food is plentiful.
Potential Health Risks
There are several reasons you should eradicate roaches in your home. Because of their indiscriminate eating habits, roaches can carry pathogens into your food and spread diseases. Additionally, roach droppings and shed skins are a major cause of allergies and can be particularly dangerous to anyone with asthma. Effective pest control solutions from It’s Bugs or Us can eliminate roach infestations in one visit!
Don't PutYour Familyat Risk!
THE INFESTATION WON'T GO AWAY ON IT'S OWN.
Instead of putting you and your family at risk, stamp out a roach infestation at its source with the professional services offered by It’s Bugs-Or-Us. We know which pesticides are most effective and how to get to the root of any bug problem. Call us today for a free quote for your extermination.