GREEN COCKROAH CONTROL
KNOW YOUR PEST
“COCKROACHES ARE BELIEVED TO BE THE ONLY CREATURES THAT WOULD SURVIVE A NUCLEAR EXPLOSION”.
Cockroaches are among the oldest surviving insect forms on the planet, and they have diversified extensively in the last 300 million years. Cockroaches are considered pest because they are closely associated with humans and commonly breed and feed in areas such as garbage, storage, pantry, sewage systems. Cockroaches pose both direct and indirect risks to humans and animals. Cockroaches have also been reported to enter the ear canal of sleeping individuals.
Cockroaches, their skid skins, and their droppings contaminate hundreds of thousands of pounds of stored food every day. Cockroaches are one of the most difficult pest to eradicate, due to their adaptability, their ability to quickly become resistant to insecticides and their prolific reproductive baits.
EVERY SITUATION IS UNIQUE, THERE IS NO SINGLE COCKROACH CONTROL PROGRAM THAT WILL WORK IN ALL CASES.
EXTERMINATORS SMART WAY ‘PACCP 2000’ PREVENTIVE COCKROACH MANAGEMENT SYSTEM BEGINS WITH A COMPREHENSIVE SURVEY AT YOUR PREMISES TO IDENTIFY THE BREEDING AND HARBORAGE AREAS.
The goal of ‘PACCP 2000’ Preventive Cockroach Management System is to prevent or reduce problems caused by Ants. ‘PACCP 2000’ is based on ecological, economic and social criteria and integrates multidisciplinary methodologies into Cockroach Management Strategies that are practical and effective to your home and/or your business while totally off-setting your ‘Carbon Footprint’ related to Cockroach Control.
A special Gel Treatment will be carried out to control cockroaches in highly sensitive areas such as the pantry & kitchen areas
Highly palatable bait matrix
Non repellent chemistry – non staining
Kills cockroaches by ingestion
Infested cockroaches transfer to the others – similar to virus
Cockroaches are very primitive insects.
Their ancestors lived 200-350 million years ago in the Carboniferous Period, even before the dinosaurs
This geological period is sometimes called the “Age of Cockroaches” because they were so abundant.
At this time, the climate on the earth was warm and moist, ideal conditions for them to thrive.
Although climatic conditions are cooler and less humid now, present-day cockroach species are surprisingly similar to those preserved in fossils from the distant past.
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With uncounted trillions of cockroaches walking on the earth, large percentages are never seen by humans. Most cockroaches live in forests, caves, burrows, and brush. The mammoth rhinoceros’ cockroach, native to Australia can be more than 3 inches long and live up to ten years.
In general, cockroaches adapted to living with people need four things to successfully live in a home.
They need water, food, shelter and warmth.
When we go about our daily activities (cooking, eating, bathing), we provide these requirements, which is why cockroaches survive so well with us.
Cockroaches generally will not survive very well in a vacant home.
Different cockroaches have slightly different requirements
The world’s largest roach (which lives in South America) is six inches long with a one foot wingspan
Some female cockroaches mate once and are pregnant for the rest of their lives (bummer)
A cockroach can live a week without its head. The roach only dies because without a mouth, it cannot drink water and dies of thirst.
Cockroaches can run up to three miles in an hour. (Hey, it is no marathon, but it is not bad.)
Cockroaches can live without food for a month, but will only survive a week without water
Cockroaches can climb walls because they are equipped with a set of little claws on their feet designed for that very purpose
Crushed cockroaches can be applied to a stinging wound to help relieve the pain.
Cockroaches are nothing less than a menace at home! And having any type of infestation in your home can affect your health in a lot of ways. Presence of cockroaches not only takes away your peace and spoils your property and investment but also causes many different types of health hazards. And whenever you think of cockroaches; images of poor hygiene, creepy pests and implications of dirt and germs take over your mind completely. Disgusting, isn’t it?
we are talking about how a cockroach infestation poses a serious threat to you and your family putting you into dangers of getting quite ill. Cockroaches have also been reported to enter the ear canal of sleeping individuals.
These roaches aren’t just unwanted pests, crawling in your kitchen or bathroom in the middle of the night, but they can be strong triggers of allergies and asthma as well. Signs that show there are cockroaches roaming around in your house include saliva, feces and shedding body parts of cockroaches. Proteins carried in these parts trigger allergic reactions.
These allergic reactions include
Salmonella - The scary thing is these cockroaches carry a serious disease like Salmonella. Salmonella can cause Typhoid fever, gastroenteritis and dysentery leading to severe diarrhea. Yes, they can be this dangerous!
Polio Cockroaches carry bacteria Poliomyelitis that lead to serious disease, Polio.
E.coli A serious cause of food poisoning bacteria.
Enterococcus-i This causes meningitis and urinary tract infection in the body they enter through cockroach contaminated objects. Now you know why it is important to control roaches!
Parasitic worms like – pin-worm, tapeworm, hookworm and roundworm. And these parasitic worms are a very dangerous for a human body as they are quite tough to diagnose.
Pathogens that can cause pneumonia and typhoid.
These health risks cannot be taken lightly and any kind of cockroach infestation is not a healthy sign. Hence, roach prevention is the first thing you should look for.
But then, are you wondering what can be the symptoms of cockroach diseases?
Muscle and joint pain
Shortness of breath
Nausea or vomiting
However, it’s not necessary that if you catch these diseases, they have been due to cockroaches only as you could catch them from other sources as well. Hence, it is very important to keep a check on the signs on cockroach infestation around you and if they are the root of illnesses.
Inhale – If you inhale any amount of air infected with proteins from cockroach feces and saliva you catch infection.
Touch – If you touch any item contaminated by cockroach vomit, feces or saliva and then touch your eyes, nose or mouth; the bacteria transfers itself from your hands to your body making you sick gradually.
Digest – Similar to how the infection spreads by touching, if you eat anything contaminated by cockroaches, your body gets infected.