Roaches move from filth to food
Let the experts at Tactical Pest and Termite Solutions keep these ugly germ-spreaders from invading your home
Where food is cooking or stored open, look for the telltale sign of cockroaches, or their pepper-like droppings. Most active at night, during the day they hide in dark, secluded, moist areas, including kitchens, laundry rooms and bathrooms. Roaches eat not only food but also soap, toothpaste, glue, hair and pet excrement. And don’t think a sanitary house will prevent them from congregating. Cockroaches will invade a clean home via grocery bags, beverage cartons or cardboard boxes.
Many people are allergic to cockroach excrement and their shedding. The microbes they transfer can cause food poisoning and other illnesses. With 69 different species, they are survivors. A single mated female roach can produce thousands of offspring in less than one year.
Contact Tactical Pest and Termite Solutions today and let our professionals rid your property of these disease-carrying insects.