Keeping the Crawling Critters Out
Cockroaches are generally reviled as a source of uncleanliness. They are attracted to strong odors like rotting food or decaying matter, meaning they’re typically found around trash cans or dumpsters.
They are also known carriers of a number of diseases, and even a single one is regarded as extremely unsanitary. For this reason, any cockroach, whether found in your home or business, should be a sign that you should take action right away to prevent an infestation.
At Mountain View Pest Control, we have handled roach problems of all different shapes and sizes. From homes that have been completely overrun by roach colonies to restaurants that depend on a roach-free environment, we offer customized solutions that provide superior protection.
Our Las Vegas cockroach control experts know roach behavior, and we know how to custom-engineer your protection for maximum effectiveness in both the short and long term.
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Cockroaches are a particularly frustrating pest because they have the incredible ability to flatten out their bodies in order to sneak through gaps that appear far too small for them.
In fact, roaches have been known to crawl under sliding glass windows, beneath screen doors, and even through small cracks in stucco or brick siding.
Types of Cockroaches in Las Vegas
Mountain View Pest Control offers solutions for all types of roaches, including:
- American cockroaches
- Oriental cockroaches
- Brown-banded cockroaches
- German cockroaches
Depending on the type of roaches you are dealing with, your issue could vary significantly. Some types of roaches are generally solitary and tend to be alone in most cases.
Other types of roaches, notably German roaches, tend to live in larger colonies. When you spot a German roach, you shouldn’t hesitate to take action immediately.
These roaches tend to lay eggs frequently, and these eggs hatch in as little as 28 days! Before long, a single German roach could turn into a whole colony within a matter of weeks.
Step up your protection against cockroaches with an ongoing protection plan from Mountain View Pest Control! Contact us for more information.