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Phoenix Cockroach Control – Pest Control One offers professional cockroach inspections and treatment to Phoenix area homeowners for over 20 years.  You’ll get trained cockroach specialists using the most advanced techniques, tools and the best materials to provide you with a complete and thorough treatment to stop roach infestations.

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Our recurring Pest Control Plans help prevent cockroach problems and infestations.  Prevention is key – and much cheaper!

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PHOENIX  COCKROACH  TREATMENT

Click below to have one of our certified technicians perform a Cockroach inspection and treatment of your home.  Simply choose a service below to schedule a time that’s convenient for you.

If you’ve seen one cockroach around your home, you can bet there’s more.  Cockroaches multiply quickly.  The sooner you get an inspection done…the better!

 

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The only reliable way to reduce the risk of a returning cockroach infestations is to have recurring pest control services performed at your Phoenix home. When you purchase cockroach treatment services with the 3 month follow up plan, or a regular pest control service plan, we will guarantee the extermination of cockroaches at your home or we will re-treat for FREE.

3 Month Plan Guarantee – We will revisit each month for 3 months for regular re-treatment and inspection. If they return after the 3 months…we will re-treat for FREE.

Pest Control Service Plan Guarantee – After initial cockroach inspection and treatment we will re-treat and inspect for cockroach activity, along with regular services that we provide with our Monthly or Bi-Monthly pest control services.

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About Cockroaches in Phoenix

Ideal Climate:

Phoenix’s year round warm climate is a perfect breeding ground for insects including tons of cockroaches.
 

Ideal Nesting Sites:

Your home offers the perfect cockroach nesting site:  Food, water, shelter and ample hiding places to raise a very big family.

Reproduction:

Cockroaches are prolific and populations can explode almost overnight.  One German roach egg can hatch out more than 32 cockroaches – in just 30 days.  Seeing one cockroach in your home can mean many more roaches in hiding – reproducing in walls and voids.

Evasiveness:

Cockroaches are basically shy and primarily night creatures.  But they can be stressed out into daytime activity due to over population of their choice habitat.  So, if you see one cockroach in the daytime,  you could have a serious infestation already.

Allergies and Disease:

Some people are allergic to the presence of cockroaches and react to their feces and cast skins.  Roaches are unsanitary creatures and can cause serious health issues. 

Do-It-Yourself Phoenix Cockroach Treatment:

Cockroaches are one of the toughest pests to handle on your own. Many eggs,   many hiding places – and some not so obvious.   Without professional know-how, specialized equipment, and advanced materials,  the cockroaches have the distinct advantage.

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Phoenix Cockroach Treatment

Each species requires a different approach for control and extermination.  As the old joke suggests,  cockroaches are survivors and quickly develop resistance to most pesticides found in grocery and hardware stores.  This is why more home and business owners rely on a professional roach exterminator like us to help rid them of these insects.  Our technicians use the latest eradication products and methods to target roaches where they nest and disrupt their life cycles.  Simply spraying around problem areas is not effective.  Roach extermination requires a comprehensive approach tailored to each situation.  Our technicians find that the best cockroach extermination involves the following:

  • Sprays
  • Dusts
  • Roach baiting stations
  • Traps
  • Stepped-up sanitation
  • Follow-up visits

If you have a roach problem in your home or you want to prevent one,  the time to take action is now.  Time, proper species identification,  and the latest tools and techniques are the keys to roach extermination.  Our certified technicians aren’t afraid to get down on their hands and knees and do the dirty work it takes to identify and eliminate nesting spots.  We find that an ongoing regimen of regularly scheduled visits is essential for cockroach extermination,  and you can have our techs come early in the morning or late at night if that is better for your schedule.

Did You Know?

Our recurring Pest Control Plans help prevent cockroach problems and infestations.  Prevention is key – and much cheaper!

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Roach Inspections – What To Expect

When one of our certified technicians comes to meet you at your convenience for a cockroach inspection and treatment, you can expect the Pest Control One team member to:

  • Inquire if / why you believe you may have cockroaches in your home. 
  • Assess your property for any signs of roaches or roach nesting areas.
  • Look for entry points that roaches could use to gain entry to your home. 
  • Give you an opportunity to ask us any questions. 
  • Inspect your home for any other factors that may make your home more vulnerable to cockroach infestations.
  • Our technicians will use the latest eradication products and methods to target roaches where they nest.
  • We will use a comprehensive approach tailored to your situation.

No preparation is needed for the inspection on your part.

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Cockroach Information

AMERICAN-COCKROACH

American Cockroach

GERMAN-COCKROACH

German Cockroach

Types of Cockroaches

American Cockroach

Appearance:

This species is sometimes called a “waterbug” and is the largest of the house-infesting  cockroaches – nearly 1 1/2-inches long.  Mostly reddish-brown with a light yellow band marking on its thorax. (head)

Habits:

Somewhat aggressive.  Reported to nibble on fingernails and eyelashes of sleeping sailors on infested ships.  Capable of considerable flight although mostly a short glide after being disturbed.  Prefers warm, damp areas including storm sewers and drains. Visits homes, restaurants, and commercial facilities.

Diet:

Scavenger; eats what we eat plus glue,  soap,  paper,  garbage – practically anything.

Reproduction:

A female may produce many egg capsules after only one mating and may produce capsules approximately every 4 days.  The maximum number of capsules recorded by one female was 90.

Each American egg capsule contains 13-16 eggs. Capsules are often glued to surfaces in hidden areas.  These roaches reach sexual maturity in about 7 months.

Other:

This roach has a special affinity for yeasty alcoholic beverages – no particular brand. 😉

 

German Cockroach

Appearance:

Adult German roaches are slender and 1/2 to 5/8 inch long.  They’re light brown to tan with a distinctive head shield bearing two dark parallel bars.

Habits:

This roach is the most common cockroach in the U. S. and the most prolific.  Active mostly at night,  it commonly infests kitchens and bathrooms but can spread quickly throughout the entire premises.  The most common species found in apartment and commercial facilities.  German roaches don’t migrate from outside but sneak a ride into homes and business inside something brought in.  Or in the case of apartments and condos,  they may enter from neighboring units via common plumbing or utilities.

Diet:

Scavenger; eats what we eat plus tooth paste,  soap,  glue,  pet food – nearly anything.

Reproduction:

Each German egg capsule can hatch out to 30-40 baby roaches – in just one month.  Hatchlings can become sexually mature adults in only 5 weeks. Adult lifespan can be up to one year.

Other:

Allergies have been associated with the presence of German cockroaches. Cockroaches can carry diseases including Salmonella.  This species of cockroach is capable of producing the most severe cockroach infestation in just a few weeks.

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ORIENTAL-COCKROACH

Oriental Cockroach

BROWN-BANDED-COCKROACH

Brown Banded Cockroach

Oriental Cockroach

Appearance:

Reddish brown to black and about 1 to 1 1/4 inch long.

Habits:

This cockroach prefers sewers and commercial buildings where they can become numerous especially in damp areas of crawl spaces and drains. A common exterior roach found in leaf litter and ground covers, they can however build to large numbers in secluded, damp areas of homes and buildings.

Diet:

Typical cockroach – eats anything available but prefers decaying plant matter

Reproduction:

Each female cockroach produces about eight egg capsules containing 16 eggs. Nymphs become adults after 10 molts over 200-800 days dependent on temperature.   Adults lifespan can be up to six months.

Other:

Produces a considerably unpleasant, pungent cockroach odor. Seems to tolerate cold weather more so than other species.

 

Brown Banded Cockroach

Appearance:

Adults are about 1/2-inches long.  Light to medium brown color with two yellow-brown lines running across their bodies.

Habits:

As with all roaches – they work the night shift.  This species prefers a drier environment than many roaches and will scatter throughout the home migrating to hiding places such as in ceiling moldings,  furniture, pictures,  appliances and TVs.  Since they’re not nesting in normal cockroach habitats,  it makes for more challenging treatments.

Diet:

Scavenger – no particular preferences – eats everything and the kitchen sink.

Reproduction:

Females produce around 14 egg capsules,  each containing between 14-18 eggs.  After carrying the egg capsule for only a few hours,  the female glues the egg capsule in a hidden area often inside appliances or under some protected area.  Nymphs hatch in about 70 days reaching adult status between 90 – 276 days.  Adults live about 6-10 months.

Other:

The brown-banded roach and the German roach look similar but can be distinguished by their distinctive band markings. This species requires less moisture than other species. 

Roach Fact: One egg can hatch to 40 new baby roaches in just 30 days. Schedule your FREE assessment today!

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