Cockroaches Problem in MILTON
Many homeowners, Property Managers, Private Schools, Hotel General Managers and businesses in Milton are dealing with Cockroaches.
Cockroaches are usually attracted to food available somewhere in your property. They will eat anything from foods, paper, packaging, plastics and fabrics to animal matter (e.g. hamster and rabbit droppings).
The three main types of cockroaches commonly found in homes in Canada include the German cockroach, Oriental cockroach and American cockroach.
All species are usually found in greatest numbers in the kitchen or where food is stored.
Some information you should know about Cockroaches
- Cockroach can breed rapidly.
- Cockroach produce an obnoxious odour that taints food and objects they come into contact with.
- Cockroach droppings cause asthma and eczema.
- Cockroach carry a range of serious illnesses including dysentery, gastroenteritis, salmonella and typhoid.
Do Cockroaches bite humans?
The cockroach is an omnivore, that is, it eats everything edible. They are rarely aggressive enough to attack people while awake but could if you were asleep. Only larger cockroach species could take a bite through human skin.
Can Cockroaches Fly?
Yes, some species are stronger fliers than others. The Oriental and German cockroach species do not fly.
I suspect a Cockroach Infestation
Signs of a cockroach problem can be identified by various physical evidence such as cockroach droppings, smear marks, shed skin, cockroach eggs, damage caused by cockroaches, unusual odour and actual sightings in; kitchens and basements.
Discovering a roach infestation requires immediate action to ensure a fast solution to the problem and to minimize the health risks associated with this insect.
Cockroach are usually attracted to food available in your property. They will eat anything from foods, paper, packaging, plastics and fabrics to animal matter (e.g. hamster and rabbit droppings).
It is often easier to spot signs of a problem in your home or business rather than an actual live cockroach. As nocturnal creatures, cockroach usually hide out of sight during the day and become more active in their search for food at night.