Austin Brown Banded Cockroach Control
A-Tex Pest Management of Austin, Texas offers pest control services to commercial businesses and residential homes locally and in surrounding areas. We are fully licensed and insured to provide our professional expertise and services at affordable prices. At A-Tex Pest Management, we believe our customers are our greatest asset and strive to make each service a phenomenal experience by incorporating friendly customer service and traditional values along with superior execution on all services rendered. A-Tex Pest Management recruits the best in the business that is more than qualified to perform any of our services by having experience, training, and skills and with the use of high end products and equipment sold only to licensed professionals to ensure maximum quality results.
Brown Banded Cockroach Inspections, Control & Removal in Austin, Round Rock, Leander, Pflugerville & Cedar Park, Texas
If you discover brown banded cockroaches in your Austin, Texas home or business, contact A-Tex Pest Management as these little critters can induce allergies, spread bacteria, germs and diseases. Our team of experts knows brown banded cockroach habits and hiding places and can ensure they are removed efficiently.
Tailored SolutionsWe know every home & business is unique and we will work with you to find the best solution for you.
Quality WorkFrom first phone call to completed job, our team is committed to providing the highest quality service and work.
Locally Owned & OperatedAs a locally owned business since 2002, we know the area and are properly equipped to handle your pest needs.
A-Tex Pest Management knows the problems that Brown Banded Cockroaches impose on commercial businesses and residential homes in the Greater Austin, Texas. Brown banded cockroaches are one of the smaller species and typically do not grow longer than 9/16” long. They are different degrees of tan and light brown with bands on their wings. Brown banded cockroaches prefer high warm temperatures and dryer climates to live in. More often than not, they are found in ceilings, attics, or under appliances where the motor emits heat. They are active at night, but will scout for food during the day if the need should arise. Like most cockroaches, brown banded cockroaches will eat nearly anything but prefer the starchier foods such as book bindings, wallpaper glue, and stamps.
“We will not hesitate to call them if the problem arises again, and we will certainly be contacting them for all of our future pest control needs.”