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The German Cockroach from the Raleigh Pest Control Experts

The German Cockroach from the Raleigh Pest Control Experts

Learn about the German Cockroach from the Raleigh Pest Control Experts! German roaches can be one of the most frustrating pests to deal with and, unfortunately, are fairly common in the Raleigh, Triangle area. They can be introduced into your home through groceries, produce, boxes, used furniture and appliances—really most anything that has been exposed to an infested area. Part of what makes them so hard to get rid of is the speed at which they reproduce. Female German roaches can produce up to 400 eggs in their lifetime. The longer an infestation goes untreated, the more difficult it may be to eliminate them. We’re here to help you! Lean on Innovative Pest Solutions to rid your home German Cockroach from the Raleigh Pest Control Experts.

The German Cockroach from the Raleigh Pest Control ExpertsHere are some favorite places where German roaches like to hide:

*Under refrigerators

*Inside door and window casings

*Kitchen cabinets

*Around light fixtures

*Behind and inside dishwashers, toasters, coffee makers, microwaves, etc...

*Underneath sinks

*Behind toilets

*and anywhere else they can fit!

They are attracted to moisture and warmth, and they try to avoid light. This is why they are commonly seen scurrying at night. If you see German roaches during daylight hours, then you have a much bigger population than you think and they are running out of places to hide.

Innovative Pest Solutions' certified professionals know exactly how to find these aggravating pests and how to get rid of them. For a large infestation a monthly treatment (along with putting out baits) may be required until both you and the technician are happy with the results. Eventually, the monthly treatment will turn into a regular quarterly visit to inspect not only for German roaches, but also for all roaches, ants, and other pests that would like to share your home. This ensures that the roaches don't have a chance to return.