Titan Pest Control uses the take no prisoner approach when it comes to roaches!
Known around the world for their tenacity, when you see a roach in your home you may have a problem. Cockroaches are the most common pest on the planet, invading homes and wreaking havoc wherever they get a chance. When you have a cockroach problem in your NJ or NYC home, the best solution is to enlist the help of Titan Pest Control.
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Cockroaches are survivors, and when you have an infestation in your home, it will seem impossible to get rid of them. They crawl in and out of the smallest of spaces, multiplying at a rate that is mind blowing. Not only do they multiply with haste, they are quick to adapt, making it imperative that you call Titan Pest Control the second you suspect a problem.
Cockroaches are experts at remaining hidden in your home, typically only coming out at night while you and your family sleep. This adds to the difficulty in finding where they live and breed and exterminating them at the source. The professional technicians at Titan Pest Control are trained in the habits of the cockroach and will effectively put them out of existence in your home.
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The fact is, if you do spot a cockroach scampering across your kitchen, it is likely just one of hundreds. This is a serious health risk for you and your family, as a cockroach infestation can lead to a number of health issues. Do not delay in enlisting Titan Pest Control the moment you become aware that you are sharing your home with a cockroach colony.
Cockroach Facts That Are Scarier than Fiction+
· While some cockroaches will find their way inside your home through cracks or vents, some are brought in by you, inside of shopping bags, purses, and even on your body.
· Your homes climate, food supply, hidden nesting sites, and water make it an ideal breeding environment for over 30 varieties of cockroaches.
· Common cockroaches will live up to 200 days, during which the female will produce an average of 200 eggs.
· For every one cockroach you see, there may be dozens hidden from plain sight.
· Seeing a cockroach in broad daylight is a sign of overcrowding and a severe cockroach infestation.
· The dust that enters your breathing air from cockroach droppings, discarded skins, and dead bodies can cause allergies and asthma, especially in young children.
· Store bought pesticides are useless at eliminating a cockroach infestation. They may even be making future generations more resilient to chemicals.
Will You Know a Cockroach if You See One?+
There have been over 4,000 different types of cockroaches identified by scientists, but only 30 which are able to live comfortably in a human environment. In NJ and NYC, the four biggest threats come from the German, Asian, Oriental, and American cockroach.
Cockroaches have small heads covered by a shield, attached to flat oval shaped bodies. These bodies are oily when touched, with six long spiny legs protruding from it. These legs have special pads that allow them to run quickly and scale walls and ceilings.
Cockroach Breeding Habits+
A female cockroach lays her eggs inside of a protective case. Each case contains 15 to 50 eggs depending on the species. Some females will hold onto the case until the eggs are ready to hatch, while others will drop the case and allow the eggs to develop on their own. While the details vary between the different types, all cockroaches grow at an alarmingly fast rate, adding to the population that is infesting your home.
The only effective way to eliminate cockroaches from your NJ or NYC home is with the force of a trusted exterminating company. Titan Pest Control has the force, skills, and materials needed to weed out a cockroach colony and destroy it for good. Because of the cockroaches protected eggs and quick growth pattern, this is usually accomplished in a multi-step process.
Recognizing a Roach Infestation in Your Home-
Unless your infestation of cockroaches has reached epic proportions, you will likely not see a cockroach until it is too late. They prefer warmth and can often be found heavily populating areas behind and under your kitchen appliances. The most obvious sign of an infestation will be their droppings, which they leave behind as they search for food in the night. These are cylinder shaped and black, tending to stick to surfaces. Some species also emit a strong unpleasant odor that will permeate the inside of your home as the population grows.