Types of Cockroaches Found in Pflugerville, TX Homes, Apartments & Businesses & How to Prevent The Brown-Banded, German, Oriental & American Cockroach

Cockroaches Are One of the Most Complained About Pest in Texas

cockroach is not among the scariest insect since they do not sting or have a venomous bite but they are in fact one of the pests that Texan homeowners complain most often about. In Texas, there are four species of cockroaches most commonly found; German Cockroaches, American Cockroaches, Brown-Banded Cockroaches and Oriental Cockroaches. If you start to see pests like cockroaches around your home, it is usually when you turn the light in the kitchen on for a midnight snack and your home has quieted down. Cockroaches will do all they can to stay out of your way and want to keep themselves hidden so if you see one, you are most likely only seeing the tip of the iceberg. There are often many more pests staying hidden from your view. And this is why you need to call a pest control company out. If you do not want to see pests at all, you can take preventative measures such as having a pest control company treat your home before roaches and other pests sneak through your front lines. It is always easier to prevent pests than to treat an infestation. The good news is you can do some things to prevent cockroaches in your everyday life.

A-Tex Pest Management Lists Ways to Prevent Cockroaches from Getting in Your Home.

Clean-Up Food: You want to make sure to take away the one thing that attracts cockroaches and other pests the most and that is of course food. If pests are able to find a meal in your home, they are sure to stick around. Once they decide you are offering food, water and a roof to live under, they are going to stay and begin to reproduce. Take time after each meal to clean up dishes and counters so that no food including crumbs are left. A small crumb is a full meal for a cockroach so every area needs to be cleaned well. Also, take time to sweep the floor and pack away leftovers in sealed tight containers. This will make a big difference in the number of pests that are interested in getting into your home.
Seal Up The House: Cockroaches are quite small and will fit into tiny cracks or gaps in walls as well as around windows and doors. You can go through your home and check all the weather stripping on your windows and doors to be sure they are intact. If they are not and damaged in any way, you can replace them. Also, look for other areas such as cracks in the stucco or siding where a pest may gain access.
Call A Pest Control Company: A great way to make sure that you are not going to see cockroaches, as well as other pests, is to have a pest control company treat your home on a regular basis. They will come and treat your home, garage and exterior to make sure that no area is left untreated. It is a great way to prevent an infestation.

A-Tex Pest Management offers full-service pest control in Austin, Round Rock, Leander, Pflugerville & Cedar Park Texas.