The West Termite, Pest & Lawn process
Treatments vary based on the type of roaches and the size of the infestation. Our technicians will carefully investigate and Identify before selecting a treatment option.
Treatments consist of many multiple application methods including dusting, aerosols, baseboard, crack and crevice treatment, and baiting. Prior to treatment, all kitchen cabinets should be empty. After treatment, all counters and food preparation areas should be cleaned.
Cockroach infestations often require multiple treatments to ensure that they’re completely taken care of. We’ll provide you with options for regular cockroach and pest prevention.
What to expect with West Termite, Pest & Lawn
Once they find a way into your home, it can be very difficult to get rid of roaches. Year-long pests, roaches prefer to live in dark, moist environments, and, unfortunately, if you see one, it’s likely an indication that there are dozens more just out of sight.
Luckily, West Termite, Pest & Lawn has a variety of roach pest control plans to choose from – contact our team in Arkansas and Oklahoma to find the perfect solution for the needs of your home and business.
Frequently asked roach service questions
How do I keep roaches out of my home?
Cockroaches often hitchhike into your home on other objects. Inspect common culprits, such as houseplants, packing boxes, firewood, shipping boxes, grocery bags full of produce and paper bags, then remove and destroy any cockroaches or cockroach egg capsules you find.
Cockroaches also invade a home through cracks or gaps in the exterior, then travel quickly through walls, the attic, plumbing and ventilation. Use caulk to seal up spaces and openings around pipes, air vents, drains, electrical wiring and windows. You may also want to install tight-fitting sweeps under doors and screens on your windows.
How do I know if I have a roach infestation?
You will know you have an infestation by visually identifying a pattern of roach droppings and and if there are too many roaches showing up too often. That means there is a nest somewhere in your home. You may also spot cockroach droppings along baseboards, in your bathroom, on your counters, in your trash can or in your cabinets. Cockroach feces look like coffee grounds.
Can cockroaches come back after extermination?
Roaches can come back after extermination after some time. It is important to continue to practice exclusion, like caulking up gaps and cracks around plumbing, doors, windows, and gaps as well as keeping your home free of food debris.
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