Call for quick effective cockroach removal today! Cockroaches are a pest that seem to easily inhabit any area in any environment. It’s not uncommon for us to receive numerous calls a month regarding cockroaches and proper treatment. Cockroaches can be very tough to remove on your own, resulting in countless time, effort and money invested on your part. While there are five different common types of cockroaches two of them seem to be a problem in the Redlands area. American Cockroach The American cockroach is often discovered outside as they prefer to retreat in hollow trees or piles of wood, debris, etc. If your property has many trees near your home you shouldn’t be surprised if you find cockroaches in one, granted it’s a hollow tree. It’s probably safe to assume that many people would prefer to find cockroaches outside of their home rather than inside, but it won’t take long before they venture inside your home. Redlands cockroaches gain access to your property through any cracks found around windows, or other areas where pipes and/or wires are going through your structure. Cockroaches aren’t known to scurry and hide once they’ve been discovered. If you were to enter a dark room, turn the light on and spot a cockroach, chances are it will simply sit there. This makes it easy to kill them but if you’ve been discovering cockroaches in your home for awhile now it’s time to call an expert to tackle the situation. We can determine the type of cockroach taking over your property and fix any areas where they may be entering your home. German Cockroach German cockroaches are more common and much more disgusting as they’re the main cockroach one thinks of when noticing a cockroach anywhere. Typically a half-inch long they develop wings when they become adults. Even if you are noticing a baby cockroach, you will want to call our Redlands cockroach experts right away. German cockroaches will lay eggs which will then hatch in up to three days. They can lay up to 40 eggs at a time and it’s obvious just how much of a problem this will be should they hatch in your home. You might notice one cockroach at the beginning of the week and by the end notice a ton of them in your home. Dealing with Redlands Cockroaches Cockroaches don’t go away on their own very easily and they shouldn’t be ignored until then because they can carry diseases which can be transmitted to people. They are more active at night time, scavenging for food, warmth and moisture most likely while you’re asleep. They contaminate everything they crawl on and this can be dangerous in your kitchen. If you come into contact with contaminated food, utensils or dinnerware it can cause food poisoning and sickness. Cockroaches are often found in kitchens and bathrooms because they need food and water. In addition to these two rooms you might also discover them in attics or areas where garbage accumulates. They enjoy piles of paper and other items where they can easily hide. Treating Redlands cockroaches on your own will most likely prove to be an expensive, time-consuming and ineffective process. In-store solutions aren’t quite strong enough to get rid of the cockroaches for good. On a side note, our products work better but are also safe. If you have the daunting task of trying to get rid of Redlands cockroaches, call us now! We aim to help protect your home and family from annoying and disgusting insects including cockroaches. Call today to learn more on how we can help!