What Cockroaches are Attracted to
Metro Orlando FL | Kissimmee - Sanford - Leesburg
A roach can survive under unbelievably harsh conditions, and they will do anything to survive. In addition to causing psychological distress, cockroaches may contaminate your family’s food supply with E.coli and salmonella, reinforcing the need for professional cockroach control. Once one or two cockroaches have set up shop in your property, it’s likely they will spread and you’ll have an infestation on your hands before you know it. Keeping your home free of cockroach attractants can help you avoid the likelihood of a cockroach infestation.
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Preventing Cockroach Infestations
Cockroaches want three things: food, water, and shelter. But roaches don’t have to be part of your household. Keep them and other pests at bay with these time-tested preventive measures:
- Refrigerate unsealed food.
- Store food in airtight containers.
- Avoid leaving pet food out overnight.
- Completely seal trash or take it out nightly.
- Wash or put unwashed dishes in the dishwasher.
- Wipe or sweep away spills and crumbs immediately.
- Keep your oven, microwave, and counters debris-free.
- Seal all cracks and gaps around pipes and in your home’s exterior.
No plan is foolproof. If you find yourself in the midst of a cockroach invasion, contact your local pest control professionals right away.
Expert Cockroach Exterminators
At Heron Home & Outdoor, we’ve eliminated pest populations in countless homes and businesses. We use Integrated Pest Management to get rid of cockroaches in the safest way possible. We’ll work with you to make sure your needs are taken care of, any problems are addressed, and we won’t stop working until the cockroaches are gone for good. Call Heron today for a free estimate!Back to Cockroach Exterminators – Control – Removal
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