Indoors, Oriental cockroaches prefer dark, moist areas such as under porches, crawl spaces, basements and floor drains. Because Oriental cockroaches often move into dwellings in large numbers, a perimeter or barrier treatment is recommended when cockroaches are found living outside. Oriental cockroaches, also known as water bugs, are usually not found on walls or cupboards since they are more more sluggish than their American counterparts. Oriental cockroaches are also more likely to travel through sewer or other waste pipes, making them very good at spreading filth. It is important to know what type of cockroach you are dealing with to make sure you get the right treatment. Call Eary today and one of our professional treatment specialists will evaluate your cockroach issue and give you a plan to eliminate the problem.
Red Ants infests any type of land except swampy areas and dense forests, constructing large, hard, earthen mounds that interfere with cultivating and harvesting operations and cause damage to farm machinery.
Termite pellets may be in conical piles if they have dropped only a short distance, or they may be scattered if they have fallen from a greater distance, as from a ridgepole, rafter, or sheathing, to the floor of the attic.
Cockroaches cannot live in human habitations without the food and water they provide. Good housekeeping is an important factor in control.
Oriental cockroaches prefer dark moist areas such as porches, crawl spaces, basement and floor drains.
Cockroaches usually choose to live in protected cracks and crevices which provide a warm and humid environment.
Most Cockroaches deposit their egg case in a protected location soon after it is formed and a few others keep the egg case partially lodged in the abdomen.