Roach Control In McAllen
Roaches are reviled as one of the most frustrating pest problems to deal with. They are typically one of the largest insects you might find in your home, making them an intimidating pest problem to solve. If their appearance wasn’t enough, some species have the ability to fly, making them something straight out of a horror film or your worst nightmare. And to make matters even more frustrating, their tendency to be found in trash cans, waste piles, and other forms of refuse means they are typically dirty, and their appearance could be interpreted as a sign that your home might be unsanitary as well.
At Atlas Pest Control, we install pest control solutions that stop roaches dead in their tracks. Using proven products, effective techniques, and an eye for small details, we create a protective perimeter that stops bugs from getting in by neutralizing them when they try. We offer regular treatment plans to ensure your protection remains active throughout the year, and we offer service based on honesty, integrity, and doing everything we can to be the number-one name you call for all of your household needs.
If your roach problem is getting out of hand, reach out to Atlas Pest Control by calling (956) 253-7920 today. Schedule an inspection and get the help you need with remediation or ongoing pest protection services.
Unlike spiders or other types of insects, there aren’t nearly as many types of roaches that are commonly found in South Texas. In fact, odds are the roaches you find in your home fall into one of maybe half a dozen species. Generally, most roaches share a lot of common traits, and that means effective treatment options will usually protect against all of them. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take your roach problem seriously and call us immediately if you are dealing with frequent, unpleasant roach sightings in your home or business.
We treat for all of the following types of roaches:
- Brown banded cockroach
- American cockroach
- Oriental cockroach
- Flying cockroach
What Are Some Effective Ways to Prevent Cockroach Infestations?
- Keep your home clean and tidy, especially in areas where food is prepared or stored.
- Seal cracks and crevices in walls, floors, and foundations.
- Store food in airtight containers and clean up spills and crumbs promptly.
- Eliminate excess moisture by fixing leaks and using dehumidifiers.
- Regularly empty trash bins and keep them tightly sealed.
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Most roach species are solitary, meaning they are rarely seen in large groups. Odds are, that roach crawling across your floor is alone, but might signal that roaches have a way into your home that you need to find and address. However, this doesn’t hold true for German cockroaches. German roaches are quite a bit smaller than other varieties, usually no more than half an inch in length (compared to an American cockroach that can measure over two inches). However, if you find one German roach, odds are there are dozens more hidden somewhere nearby. German cockroaches are rapid breeders and can quickly infest a space if they are not dealt with effectively. If you see a German cockroach crawling across your floor, do not hesitate to reach out to a professional for help. Dealing with German roaches often requires multiple targeted treatments to exterminate a nest, a process that can take weeks. If not properly dealt with, a colony can spread quickly and infest other spaces throughout your home, making dealing with them even more difficult.
Tired of your roach problems? Reach out to Atlas Pest Control for help today!