Posted on October 27th, 2017, 2:09
The German Cockroach is a little species of roach with a size of about 1/2 inch to 5/8inch. They have a light brown color with 2 dark parallel lines that run through from the head down to the wings. Although this roaches have wings, but they are not able to sustain flight.
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The most common places where you can find these German cockroaches are in the bathroom, kitchen, and humid places. They can also be spotted in secluded, dark, and harborage areas like in the cupboards, in wall voids, and cabinets. These roaches have been known to carry out heavy infestations on electrical appliances such as radios and blender bases.
The German Cockroaches are mostly fond of causing invasion on food processing plants, restaurants, nursing homes and hotels, making them a very troubling pest.
They are very difficult to eliminate once they have become established in your home. The reason is that they produce thousands of immature roaches from their egg case. Also, the period between their birth and maturity period is very short. The mother cockroach carries this egg case around during this germination period, instead of dropping it just like other insects will do. Making the egg sac very safe from human eradication and predators.
OC German cockroaches are mostly seen at nighttime. They stay hidden in dark and areas that are secluded during the day. Due to their small sizes, the German cockroach can easily hide, therefore, making it difficult to find. When seen during daytime, it means that there is a large population and immediate action to eliminate them should be taken.
These insects are omnivore in nature and fond of sweet foods, meat and grease. They also feed on leather, book bindings and wallpaper paste. In some situations, when they dont see enough foodstuffs to eat, they may start feeding on household items like glue, soap, paste or may even become cannibalistic and start eating the legs and wings of each other.
They carry different pathogens around so you need to get rid of them as fast as you can. These disease that they carry around can be easily transferred from filth, garbage, and decaying matter to dishes, foods, and kitchen wares. To assist in keeping these German cockroaches from your home, take-off all cardboard boxes carry out a constant cleaning routine. For chemical treatment in Orange County, we use techniques that are specifically created to eliminate cockroaches.
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Posted on October 27th, 2017, 0:42
Summer is here and with these higher temps comes a bug which thrives is such climates: the roach control. Find out the differences between American and German cockroaches that we have here in Orange County and put a stop to them with our roach control experts at Preferred Pest Control!
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Preferred Pest Control, we like to do a thorough inspection of your home or office to figure out how these little buggers are getting inside. See the below information on Cockroach management and removal tactics.
Cockroach Inspection: A thorough inspection is key to a successful cockroach management plan. The purpose of an inspection is to identify the life stages, then to locate the source of the roach infestation, and lastly, to determine the best treatment method to rid you of your cockroach problems.
Cockroach Monitoring: Sticky traps are usually used to detect and monitor basic cockroach issues. The traps should be left in common areas like along your baseboard where they travel from one spot to the next, near the garbage, under sinks, in your cabinets, under and behind the refrigerator, in the bathroom, in corners, etc. Traps are normally used indoors.
Cockroach Prevention: Being clean is step #1. Clean up your entire house before and after you give us a call. (714) 486-2637
Cockroach Chemical Management: A chemical program for cockroaches can include the use of cockroach baits and special roach removing techniques by our specialists.
Dealing with a German cockroach infestation
German cockroach infestation can quickly escalate from a minor inconvenience to a major problem. Due to their quick reproduction and eating habits, they can quickly take over your home.
If you think you have a German cockroach infestation, be sure. Look for common signs such as: German cockroach droppings (small, pepper-like material left on surfaces), empty egg cases dropped by the females, or a musty odor, which can be smelled if there is a large quantity of German cockroaches present.
Traps and such can be purchased to help eliminate German cockroaches but since these insects reproduce in such large numbers, calling for a professional treatment from us at Preferred Pest Control is recommended. These creatures are naturally gifted hiders and when you call us, we will inspect the home and come up with a personalized treatment plan that is best for your situation.
Some Interesting Facts about German cockroaches
The German cockroach grows up to 16mm in length, has a tan color with two horizontal black stripes across its exterior, and has a pair of wings that are rarely put to use as they prefer to use their legs to move about. Younger German cockroaches are near black in color but also have the two stripes across their bodies.
These cockroaches are known for their ability to reproduce at an incredible rate. After mating, the female German cockroach lays 4-6 egg cases, with each of those casings containing about 30-40 eggs! The eggs hatch within 2 days and the cockroaches grow from baby to adult within 100 days.
German cockroaches are the kind that you usually find in your house. They can live outdoors but they prefer the warm and humid temperatures of homes especially that of kitchens and bathrooms. They"re usually brought into the home through bags, cardboard boxes, and used appliances.
Food sources of the German cockroach include almost anything from leftover crumbs to soap!
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German Cockroach Management:
An inspection by our licensed Preferred Pest Control professional is required before any treatments can be performed.
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