Did you know that evidence of cockroaches has been found in fossils that are hundreds of millions of years old? It’s no surprise that cockroaches are one of the most difficult-to-control pests in the Nashville, Tennessee area.
Pest Authority of Nashville is here to protect your home or business from cockroaches and make sure you never have to deal with an infestation again. Cockroach infestations can be downright dangerous. They’ve been known to cause digestive problems, skins rashes, allergic reactions, and spread diseases through contaminating your food.
Luckily, our Barrier 360 treatment is designed to protect your home from cockroaches so that they can’t get inside to start an infestation in the first place. Barrier 360 is applied around the exterior perimeter of your home and creates a cockroach-proof boundary that prevents these pests from getting inside. But Barrier 360 does more than just stop cockroaches – it will prevent 13 of the most common pests in the Nashville and Brentwood, Tennessee areas from entering your home.
Barrier 360 is all-in-one preventative pest control that’s cost-effective and environmentally responsible. We’re proud to make high-quality pest control more accessible to people in our community, and our dedication to customer services ensures you’ll have a pleasant, professional experience with us every time.
Pest Authority of Nashville serves the Brentwood, Nashville, and Dickson, Tennessee surrounding areas. No Commitments. No Contracts. No Cockroaches. Guaranteed.
Signs of Cockroach Infestations:
- You notice that organic goods in your home, like leather and paper, are showing signs of damage.
- You start to notice brown smear marks appearing on your walls and ceilings.
- Small piles of what looks like coffee grounds appear around your home. These could be cockroach droppings.
Facts about Cockroaches:
- Cockroaches can survive for a week or more without their head.
- Some cockroaches make a chirping noise.
- Cockroaches can run extremely fast, up to three miles an hour.
- Cockroaches can survive without food for weeks.
- Cockroaches will be most drawn to your bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, appliances, cupboards, cabinets, drains, pipe ducts, and cracks in floors and baseboards.
- Over 4,000 species of cockroaches have been identified worldwide.