DIY pest control with products such as boric acid, ant traps, “roach motels”, or any number of commercially available sprays like Raid, Black Flag, or Ortho. Some of these can be effective when the pests are first noticed, such as when you first spot a small hornet’s nest. In other cases, such as combatting ant or roach infestations, all they can do is hold the line. They don’t take the battle back to the pests’ lairs.
The average cost to hire an insect control service averages between $209 and $378 depending on the problem. Hiring a professional is the best way to rid your home of pests, not just convince them to stay out of your sight. If you are concerned about the cost of calling in a pro to take care of your pest problem, here are a few things to consider.
Some insects are wood-boring. They can damage your house’s structure and cost you tens of thousands of dollars in repair, or can make your home structurally unlivable.
• Most insecticides will not kill roach eggs. The nest and the eggs must be eliminate to control this pest.
• Roaches trigger allergies. Hunting down roaches may trigger severe allergies through the pest’s droppings and casings.
• Reproduction happens quickly. Just missing a couple of eggs is all it takes for the pest to take control once again.
If it looks like you have coffee grounds on the floor or there is a particularly strange musty odor that has developed in your home, then now is the time to act. Contact us today about your suspicions of a roach infestations so we can discuss the various inspection and removal options that may be available to you.
Roaches get into everything, multiply rapidly, and can survive for several months without food and up to two weeks without water. Getting rid of roaches involves more than just spraying an insecticide or putting down a bait or dust. Roaches get into everything, multiply rapidly, and can survive for several months without food and up to two weeks without water.
These little pests definitely pose a challenge, but with the proper tools and roach killer products, you can win the battle over roaches by following this roach management program. The best way to get rid of roaches includes a complete roach treatment process with two basic steps: sanitation/preparation, and the actual product applications.Eliminating what attracts roaches (food, water, and hiding places) is definitely one of the most important steps to getting rid of roaches and preventing them. Most roach treatment programs will fail if this step is skipped or poorly implemented. You must eliminate what attracts roaches, including as many food sources and water sources as possible and also seal off or eliminate places that roaches like to hide.