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Cockroach sheddings are one of the most common causes of indoor allergens.

Cockroach Treatments

Also included in: General Insects Subscription

Closeup of a cockroach.

With a staggering ability to survive without food for up to a month and squeeze through impossibly small gaps, cockroaches are a persistent and unsettling presence. Beyond the unease they provoke, these pests can trigger allergies and spread diseases. Our team draws on over 20 years of experience, employs science-backed pest control techniques, and utilizes cutting-edge tools and solutions. Alaska Pest Management is here to not only eradicate your current cockroach issue but also to fortify your defense against potential future infestations. Let us help you reclaim your space from these resilient intruders.

Know your enemy.

What are the basics?

Understanding a cockroach infestation involves recognizing their preference for warm and humid areas, along with their nocturnal behavior. Addressing it entails a multifaceted approach: identifying potential entry points, harborage,  eliminating food and water sources, and applying targeted treatments to disrupt their lifecycle. Our roach subscription service encompasses these basics, providing expert guidance and consistent management to effectively tackle and prevent cockroach infestations.

Do they bite?

Yes, cockroaches are known to bite humans, although it’s relatively uncommon. They are more likely to nibble on fingernails, eyelashes, or soft skin areas if they come into contact. While their bites are generally not dangerous, it’s important to address any cockroach infestations promptly to avoid potential interactions and to ensure a hygienic living environment. Our roach subscription service offers proactive measures to prevent and eliminate cockroach presence, minimizing the chances of such encounters.

Where do I look?

Cockroaches are commonly found in warm, dark, and humid environments such as kitchens, bathrooms, and basements. They thrive in cluttered spaces, cracks, and crevices where they feel safe. Depending on the species, their lifespan can vary from a few months to over a year. To survive, cockroaches require access to water, food sources like crumbs or organic matter, and hiding places. Our roach service targets these survival necessities, disrupting their habitat and lifecycle, ensuring a lasting solution to keep your environment cockroach-free.

Why are cockroaches considered pests?

Cockroaches are pests because they can contaminate food, surfaces, and utensils with bacteria, pathogens, and allergens. They are known carriers of diseases and can trigger allergic reactions in many individuals. Additionally, their rapid breeding and resilience make them difficult to control once they infest a space.

How can I prevent cockroach infestations in my home?

To prevent cockroach infestations, maintain a clean and dry environment. Store food in airtight containers, promptly clean up crumbs and spills, seal cracks and gaps in walls and floors, fix leaky pipes, and reduce clutter where roaches can hide. Regularly vacuum and sanitize your living spaces, and consider Alaska Pest Management for comprehensive prevention

After one of our technicians has treated the area; it is highly recommended to do the following:

  • Remove all rotten, wet, destroyed wood or building materials.
  • Eliminate all sources of standing water.

  • Cut back tree branches and bushes away from your structure.

  • Seal all openings with Silicone-based caulk.

  • Move all building supplies or firewood away from the house and raised off the dirt.

How can a Alaska Pest Management help?

Alaska Pest Management Technicians have specialized knowledge and access to potent treatments that target cockroach infestations at their source. They can identify the specific species, assess the extent of the infestation, and create a tailored treatment plan. Using safe and effective pesticides, traps, and techniques, they can eliminate cockroaches and provide ongoing monitoring to prevent future infestations.

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