Cockroaches are extremely resilient and hard to catch. They can crawl through cracks and survive without food for long periods of time. Cockroaches are dirty, scary, and can cause major disruption to your household or business. Contact Senske Pest Control today at or request a free estimate.
It’s hard to control a cockroach infestation because of the amount of eggs produced by each female and the way in which she nests them- on her back. Cockroaches can multiply extremely quickly; a female cockroach can produce 10-12 egg sacs every year. Each egg sac can carry 30 eggs. That means just one cockroach can become a colony of thousands within a short amount of time. It’s important to address your cockroach invasion as soon as you spot a single roach in your house or business.
Common in Kitchens & Bathrooms
Cockroaches hide out around water (in bathrooms and kitchens) during the day and usually creep around in the dark, searching for meats, grease, starch, and sugary foods. They are known to go after soaps, toothpaste, glue, and even their own species if food sources become scarce.
If you have a cockroach invasion, immediately put all foods in sealed containers. Cockroaches can pose a real pest of a problem. They can invade any part of a residence or business property, but they’re most attracted to kitchens or bathrooms and areas where food is kept or garbage is present. Once cockroaches find a source of food, they can be difficult to eradicate… and they can multiply quickly.
Call Senske Pest Control for professional cockroach removal. Let us get rid of cockroaches before they move into your house for good!
Why They’re Difficult to Kill
Roaches are persistent and, after invading, intend to stick around for a long time. Cockroaches have something in their mouth called ‘palpi’. This gives them the ability to taste something without eating it. This feature allows them to avoid poisons meant to kill them, which is why getting rid of cockroaches is difficult. At Senske Pest Control, we are experienced in cockroach extermination, so call us today at or request a free estimate.
Professional Cockroach Extermination – Our Process
We make cockroach extermination easy for you!
- All YOU have to do is contact us at (877) 944-4007 or request a free estimate.
- When you call we’ll schedule an appointment to come to your location and assess your roach problem.
- After we conduct an inspection of your house or business, we’ll communicate our plan and provide you with an estimate for the cockroach removal service.
- Then we’ll get to work and you can sit back and relax, rest assured your cockroach problem will be taken care of.
- Our inspections are always free, so don’t hesitate to call!
Cockroaches Carry Diseases
Cockroaches aren’t just irritating, they can also carry diseases. Trying to exterminate cockroaches on your own can be stressful and it can take a lot of time. Don’t allow the health and safety of your family to be compromised while you try to DIY (do it yourself) cockroach extermination. Let the professionals at Senske Pest Control eliminate cockroaches from your home or business so you and your family and customers can enjoy themselves without becoming disgruntled by these nasty pests.
Our Cockroach Extermination Services
Our process involves assessing the size of your home or business (inside and out), the scope of the roach problem, and the frequency of cockroach control treatment needed to come up with a custom plan catered to your specific situation. Our professional cockroach extermination service guarantees total cockroach removal, taking the burden off your shoulders.
Cockroach Pest Control Program
For complete cockroach control we suggest signing up for our full-service pest control program. With our full-service program our professional exterminators will recheck your house and property after treatment service to make sure your cockroach infestation is gone. We’ll also take care of any other pests you have roaming around your house. Let Senske Pest Control be your pest and cockroach exterminator and contact us today at or request a free estimate.
Why Choose Senske for Cockroach Pest Control?
Here at Senske, our technicians are trained and licensed to take on any kind of roach pest control problem. Our solutions are state and federally approved, so while our cockroach exterminator protects your house or business by establishing roach control, your kids and pets are safe while we do it. Our Senske promise guarantees you will be 100% satisfied with our services. Contact Senske Pest Control if you need a cockroach exterminator today!
Species of Cockroaches Most Prevalent in the West
There are more than 4,000 species of cockroaches living throughout the world today. The United States is home to 70 species of cockroaches. In the Western US we only have to deal with 4 species of cockroaches: German cockroaches, Oriental cockroaches, American cockroaches, and Australian cockroaches.
Great Basin and German Roaches
The most common cockroaches in and around the Great Basin are German roaches. German cockroaches are the smallest cockroach found in our area, however, they are the cockroach most seen in private residences. German cockroaches like to live in warm environments. You’ll most-likely find German cockroaches in kitchens, bathrooms, or bedrooms where humans have been snacking. German cockroaches are responsible for making humans sick so it’s extremely important to rid your house of this cockroach species. They are easy to distinguish because of their small size (around ½ inch long) and 2 black streaks on their back.
Oriental cockroaches, often called Black beetles because of their dark color, are large and shiny. They can usually be found in sewers or drainage areas and can enter houses through drains. Oriental cockroaches leave a strong odor wherever they live. They are considered one of the dirtiest of all cockroach species.
American cockroaches are the largest species of cockroach living in the western US. They are oftentimes found in large commercial buildings and restaurants, or where food production occurs. American cockroaches are rarely ever found inside private residences. When they do invade houses they usually invade in large numbers.
Oriental Australian Cockroaches
Although Australian cockroaches look similar to American cockroaches, they differ from the American cockroach in their size. Australian cockroaches are smaller than American cockroaches, usually having a length around 1 inch. They also have a yellow coloring on their thorax and yellow streaks near their wings. You’ll often find Australian cockroaches around the perimeter of your house. You might find Australian cockroaches trying to invade the inside of your house as the weather starts to get colder.