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Cockroaches are more than just gross insects. The presence of cockroaches can be accompanied by health concerns as they are known to carry a variety of pathogens that can cause such diseases and illnesses as dysentery, diarrhea, cholera, and typhoid fever. More commonly, cockroaches also produce an allergen that has been known to trigger asthma attacks, particularly in children. More than 14 million American homes report having dealt with cockroaches.

Cockroaches Extermination

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Facts About Cockroaches

Cockroaches are an ancient group of insects that appeared about 300 million years ago. While over 4,600 different species exist, only about 30 of them are sometimes found in homes and other buildings. While cockroaches can have a bad reputation, roughly only one percent of cockroaches are deemed pests. These insects are survivors. They can go for days without food or water and up to 45 minutes without air. 

 They learn where the food is in the nearby environment and design a path system to look for it. The lifecycle of a roach has three stages: egg, nymph, and adult. The lifespan varies from species to species but usually lasts between 6 and 15 months.

Dealing With Roaches:

Cockroaches prefer to live close to a reliable water source, such as faucets in a kitchen or bathroom. They are attracted to water and look for moist, humid, and dark spaces.

Is your house infested with cockroaches? Getting rid of them on your own can be very difficult since they do not necessarily live in a colony. Give Us a call today, Go Green Pest Control will take care of your issue. 

Roaches Control and Extermination


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