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Their presence within residential, commercial, and public spaces poses numerous health risks.
Cockroaches are carriers of pathogens and allergens, making them a threat to human health. They can contaminate food and utensils with disease-causing bacteria, such as Salmonella and E. coli. Cockroach allergens can trigger asthma attacks.
Cockroaches are prolific breeders capable of producing hundreds of offspring within a short period.
These pests are known to chew on books, paper, clothing, and even electrical wiring.
Cockroach allergens become airborne, circulating and causing respiratory coughing, sneezing, and itchy eyes.
These light brown to tan insects are small in size, typically measuring between 1/2 to 5/8 inch in length. They have two dark parallel stripes running down their back.
Oriental cockroach is shiny black or dark brown and measures about 1 inch in length. They are primarily found in cool, damp areas such as basements, crawl spaces, irrigation boxes, and sewer systems.
Cockroaches are primarily nocturnal creatures, exhibiting fast movements and utilizing their six legs to navigate walls, floors, and ceilings.
Cockroaches can squeeze through tiny openings, so they often seek refuge in cracks and crevices in walls, floors, and cabinets.
Cockroach droppings resemble small black or brown specks, similar to ground coffee or pepper. You may find them in areas where cockroaches frequent kitchen cabinets, drawers, and behind appliances.
A musty, unpleasant odor often accompanies a cockroach infestation.
Cockroach allergens are a common trigger for allergies. These reactions can cause nasal congestion, sneezing, itchy eyes, skin rashes, and even asthma attacks.
Cockroaches are known carriers of Salmonella bacteria, which cause salmonellosis. This foodborne illness leads to symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal pain, and fever.