Cockroach Control & Extermination

Cockroaches have been found in fossils dating back hundreds of millions of years. They are one of the most resilient, persistent, adaptable pests in the world. Cockroaches are also extremely adept at hiding, so you may not even know your property has a cockroach infestation until you happen to turn on the light one night only to notice them scurrying away.

Cockroaches are usually about two inches long and brown in color. Some have wings, but even the ones that do aren’t particularly accomplished flyers. Cockroaches are more than just a creepy inconvenience. They can actually transfer E. Coli and salmonella to your food and cause allergic reactions, skin rashes, and digestive problems.

At Pest Authority, our mission is to help you take back your property from cockroaches. Our Barrier 360 treatment forms a cockroach-proof barrier around your home that prevents cockroaches from getting inside in the first place. Barrier 360 is so powerful that it protects your home from cockroaches and a wide range of other pests all in the same treatment.

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Signs of a Cockroach Infestation:

  • Damage to food packaging or to other organic goods like leather and paper.
  • Irregular brown smear marks on walls and ceilings.
  • Discarded cockroach exoskeletons.
  • An unpleasant, musty odor.
  • Cockroach droppings around your home. This will usually look like a kind of black dust, tiny grains of rice, or coffee grounds.

Cockroach Facts:

  • Cockroaches are most frequently found in bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, appliances, cupboards, cabinets, drains, pipe ducts, and cracks in baseboards.
  • They are particularly good climbers due to sticky pads on their feet.
  • Cockroaches can run extremely quickly, with some species running up to three miles an hour.
  • There are over 4,000 species of cockroaches worldwide.
  • Cockroaches often make a soft chirping sound.
  • They can survive for a week without their head.
  • Cockroaches can live for about a month without food.

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