Effective Roach Control Tips
The natural behavior of roaches is to create huge nesting sites. Of course, depending on the species of cockroaches, the nest will be located inside the structure or outside the structure. They also reproduce at an alarming rate which means that unless the nest is directly treated early on, it is almost impossible to eradicate a roach infestation from the source. This is will prove to be a huge nuisance, particularly for roach species that nest indoors. Normally, roaches will travel alone to forage for food, however, that does not mean that they are recluse insects. This is typically why using baits as a method of roach control will prove to be extremely effective because they will share the poison with the rest of the colony rather than die on contact.
Roach baits can also be placed in more intimate areas of a residential home like in the medicine cabinet or vanity. They can also be placed in, under, and behind bathroom fixtures like bathroom lights or pull out mirrors.>> Read More
For many methods of insect control, including cockroach control, sanitation may be the best way to prevent an infestation from occurring. Although sanitation is one of the key methods of control, baiting is crucial for a cockroach infestation. When using baits in the correct target areas, cockroach populations will begin to decrease dramatically and will eventually be eradicated. This is because cockroaches will bring back the poison to their colony and share the roach bait. Therefore, ultimately, you are eliminating the roach infestation from the source rather than contact killing the ones that you see.
Pest Mall provides all the same grade products that professional pest control management companies will use but only charge for the products and not the service fees. This will ultimately mean that it is much less expensive than hiring a professional. Many professionals understand that using different types of products for different target areas will prove to be more effective when trying to gain a complete control for cockroaches. That is exactly why our technicians at Pest Mall do not provide just one type of bait, but we offer a variety of different formulations of roach bait so that you can select the ones that will best fit the type of infestation that you are experiencing.
Roach bait is an effective method of roach control because baits can be used both indoor and outdoor. There are some target areas that homeowners or business owners should focus on when applying roach baits.
In the kitchen, there are a variety of areas that a person can apply the gel bait. These areas include places like behind kitchen cabinets, on top of counters, and in the corners under the sink and on the underside of cabinets. Also, do not forget to apply baits to areas like behind, next to, and under kitchen appliances like the stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and etc. Keep in mind that you are not applying baits INSIDE appliance materials where it can come in contact with food but just around the appliance.
Baits can also be applied in living or common areas. The target areas where baits should be applied are behind materials that hang on the wall such as picture frames, hanging clocks and posters. Also, apply baits in cracks and crevices around shelves or wood materials as well as places like fixtures on the wall and molding near the base board area or close to the ceiling. Also, consider applying baits around pipes that lead inside the structure or on cords and cables that will come out of the wall.
Moreover, baits can be applied in storage compartments or materials. Many roaches will enter a structure because they are carried in from boxes. Apply roach baits near stacks of stored paper bags and boxes.
Roach baits should not be used in the same areas where liquid sprays have already been applied. This is because for cockroaches, many of the liquid sprays will act as a repellant and will repel the cockroaches from the baits. Therefore, this will ultimately make the baits completely ineffective. Here is a rule of thumb when treating for cockroaches: Keep liquid sprays low to the ground like near the base board area, under door frames, beneath appliances like stoves, fridges, washer, and drier, and etc. and keep bait poisons up high, near the top. This will prevent the two from interfering with each other and will ultimately increase effectiveness of both products. Reapply baits every month to two months or reapply the baits when the supply seems inefficient. For gel baits, only .5g (about the size of a pea) should be applied every 1ft to 1 ½ feet apart. Bait stations should be placed every 1ft. to 2ft. apart.
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