Cockroach Pest Contol
Cockroach Pest Contol - They all look kind of the same but different!
It is often confusing when it comes to correct identification of this pest, it is key to a successful treatment.
You know which one we are to deal with? Please complete the form below.
If like most people, you need a little help, then please read on.
Where do you see the cockroaches? In the kitchen, in various rooms about the house, outside, or sub-floor and ceiling void?
The German cockroaches will be found living within your kitchen where warmth, food and moisture are present. They hide behind your fridge, inside the microwave, dishwasher and kettle etc.
They are zippy little pocket rockets and mainly come out at night.
The Gisborne or Native cockroach is the casual intruder whose natural home is in your garden. Often when it is cold and wet, they migrate inside.
They are often found in the bathroom, lounge or bedroom.
They are seen to be just sitting there up high on the wall or in the corner.
The nymph (baby) look similar to the German Cockroach but tend to have a rounder abdomen.
The adult is large with black with white stripes either side. Pictured in the middle. More about how to get rid of Gisborne Cockroaches.
The American cockroach found its way to our country through the shipping industry. The climate here is a little cold for them, but they have managed to adapt none the less.
You will often find this cockroach in the warm, humid features of your home - places such as tropical gardens, inside ceiling voids, sub-floors, and under low decking.
They prefer warm humid climates. When the temp reaches into the 30's, this Cockroach will fly.
Still stuck & confused? Give us a call, request & we will discuss it with you.
Cockroach Pest Control Services
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American cockroach pictured above
Gisborne cockroach pictured above
German cockroach pictured above