In Canada, cockroaches are the most common things to go bump in the night. Cockroach removal, as with any other pest, is best to do as soon as possible.
Keeping An Eye On Cockroaches
Cockroaches are a social bunch, often travelling in groups and breeding quickly. Roaches enter your home in search of food and shelter from outside elements. Cockroaches are flat bodied, usually with a set of wings. They may have the equipment for flight but they rarely do, opting instead to scurry.
Cockroach removal is no easy task. Cockroaches are a survivalist breed, after all, they are assumed to be one of the only species able to survive a nuclear explosion. Although there are many home remedies carried in-store none are as effective as seeking out the help of professionals.
Despite our best efforts, cockroaches thrive while living in close proximity to humans. These creepy-crawlers share our food and living space. Cockroaches have been known to be more than intrusive, spreading bacteria, contaminating food supplies and have very little respect for personal space.
Cockroaches are not picky and will eat nearly anything. Instead of just stopping at human food, cockroaches can survive on nearly anything plants, cardboard, books, their own discarded skin, excrement, blood and even other cockroaches who have become crippled or died.
As cockroaches begin to share in your food supply, they leave saliva and other organic matter behind. When ingested, these bacteria can cause a host of health risks for us, humans. Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, the bacteria that is left behind on food supplies can lead to several disease or maladies in humans, including, urinary tract infections, digestive problems or even sepsis. The presence of cockroaches in home can also lead to allergies or asthma attacks.
Over the years, cockroaches have developed an immunity or resistance to most types of pesticides. Our Toodaloo Technicians come prepared for the job, using our own cockroach removal strategies in order to clean these pests out of your home!