Specialised Cockroach Control for Residential & Commercial Spaces
Cockroach control measures to effectively disrupt the roach life cycle, killing existing roaches, and their colonies to prevent nocturnal invasions.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Specialised cockroach control treatments prevent the infestation of cockroaches by using baits and spray formulations. Some cockroach infestations can be difficult to get rid of without professional treatment. The service help control present cockroach issues as well as prevent future invasions.
If you are unable to find the appropriate space option for your requirements, please feel free to contact us directly and we will create a custom plan as per your needs.
Signs of a cockroach infestation can be identified by various physical evidence such as cockroach droppings, smear marks, moulted skin, cockroach eggs, damage caused by cockroaches, unusual odour and actual sightings in kitchens and bathrooms.
Yes. You have to prepare a little bit before the pest control expert reach your place, but these preparations are usually easier to do. Some of the basic preparations can be summer here under:
- Cover food and drinking water in the kitchen and on dining tables.
- De-clutter and vacate the place where the pest control is to be performed so that pest exterminator can do their job easily.
- Clear all the areas that need treatment.
Usually you don’t have to clean your house after the pest control treatment, but depending on the kind of treatment and chemicals being used, our pest control experts will explain you if there are any need of cleanup for anything in your house after the service.
Usually, it’s not required unless you are allergic or sensitive to certain smells or chemicals. Even if the chemicals or herbal sprays being used for pest control are not usually harmful to the humans, some of us would not like to be there and prefer to remain outside till the treatment for pest control is over. But if anyone of your family member has Asthma or other breathing problems, it’s better for them to stay outside for a couple of hours.
It’s hard to predict how your pet will react to the treatment. For example if you have a dog that’s a little aggressive, it may disturb the operation or tries to lick the chemicals being sprayed. If it’s very aggressive, it may try to attack the pest control professionals and hence it may be a good idea to keep your pet away for a few hours till the treatment is done and chemicals are dried properly.
Irrespective of how deep they get with the treatment, some of the pests will die immediately and other may hide or run away. But at the end all of the pests have to die but it may take up to a day or two.