Arete is a high-quality cockroach exterminator serving residents of Georgia. Cockroaches cause many problems for our customers, and we take pride in eliminating them. Cockroaches pose a health hazard to humans. They carry viruses and bacterial illnesses. Cockroaches are associated with poor sanitation and poor living conditions. They are tough to kill because they have evolved and become very resilient. You can use chemical sprays to exterminate cockroaches, but you must apply the chemicals according to the product labels. When you hire Arete Pest Control, we will use our expert knowledge of cockroaches to locate them in places where they generally hide. We have a specialized cockroach control spray that we will use to get rid of these pests for you.
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Signs of Cockroaches
The signs of cockroaches are quite noticeable. Cockroaches leave behind tiny pellets or small, black dots, and these are the bugs’ feces. If you have cockroaches, you’ll see them crawling around your home, or you’ll notice their carcasses in the home. You may also see a flying cockroach or notice the bugs have shed their skins around your house. Some cockroach species give off a strong, musty odor. Cockroaches prefer dark, damp places, but they will also invade other areas for food. The adult cockroach can grow to more than three inches in length, and a baby cockroach usually measures less than a centimeter in length.
Cockroach Control Service in Georgia
If you need help with cockroach control in Georgia, call us at Arete. Cockroaches carry both bacteria and viruses that can infect people. Some of the common bacterial infections and diseases caused by cockroaches are listed below.
- Staph infections
- Typhoid Fever
We know that different bugs require different extermination products. We will treat your Georgia residence for cockroaches using our professional cockroach spray. We handle everything from a German cockroach to an American cockroach to a baby cockroach. Our technician will answer your questions and help you understand our extermination process. Call Arete to order our cockroach control plan.
Advantages of Professional Services vs. DIY
It’s best to hire a licensed exterminator for cockroach treatment. Arete is a licensed company certified to handle cockroach control in Georgia. At Arete Pest Control, we know which chemicals work best. Our technicians use a specialized cockroach spray, and they are trained to apply these chemicals in both homes and businesses. We can even spray tiny crevices and cracks. Some homeowners treat a cockroach extermination on their own, but the bugs are difficult to exterminate. When you hire us, you are hiring a knowledgeable company with years of experience. Our technician will also return to your Georgia residence as needed to re-spray the property.
German cockroaches are brown or tan. They measure between ½ inch to ¾ inch long. German cockroaches have wings and two dark stripes on their back. The German cockroach is the most common type of cockroach in the world.
American cockroaches have a figure-8 behind their head, and they also have wings. American cockroaches typically measure between 1.5 inches and 2 inches in length, though they can grow to over 3 inches long. American cockroaches are brown or reddish brown. The adult American cockroach can fly.
Cockroaches have adapted to most climates, and they are found in most parts of the world. The bugs prefer damp, dark living spaces. If you have cockroaches, you may find them hiding in or behind appliances like refrigerators and stoves. If your home is cluttered, cockroaches may be hiding under debris or boxes.
Cockroaches need moisture to survive, so you should take away their water sources. Repair any leaking pipes. Don’t let water pool up around your home. You should also practice proper sanitation habits. Clean out your kitchen sink each day and wash your dishes after every meal. This helps to eliminate crumbs around your kitchen. Clean any food residue from kitchen appliances like toasters or blenders. Store your kitchen garbage in a can with a tight lid on it. Take out your kitchen garbage whenever you have smelly food in it.
Cockroaches rarely bite people. However, some people have been bitten by cockroaches. People are sometimes allergic to the bites, especially people with skin allergies. However, allergic reactions to the bites are rare.
What cockroaches want from your Georgia home is food, water and a habitat for breeding. To get rid of cockroaches, focus on proper sanitation and good housekeeping habits. Sweep your floors and vacuum regularly. Get rid of unnecessary items like broken appliances. If you follow these tips and you still need cockroach control, call Arete Pest Control. We are a trusted name in cockroach control for Georgia residents.
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Mosquito Control in Georgia
Mosquitoes are dreaded pests for a number of reasons. They leave annoying, itchy bites on your skin. Mosquitoes also carry diseases like malaria. If you spend a lot of time outdoors in Georgia, you will undoubtedly notice mosquitoes in the area, especially if you’re near water or weeds. Mosquitoes prefer to lay their eggs near water, so keep water from pooling up around your property. Keep your rain gutters clean so that water doesn’t pool up around your structure. If you have a swimming pool or rain barrels, keep them covered up when they aren’t in use. Arete Pest Control is a certified mosquito exterminator handling homes and businesses in Georgia. We will eliminate these pests and help you get back to enjoying your leisure time at Stone Mountain Park or in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest.
Wasp Control in Georgia
Our Georgia customers depend on Arete Pest Control for wasp control. Wasp stings are painful, and they can cause itchy swelling on your skin. While the stings aren’t usually dangerous to humans, some people do have allergic reactions. To exterminate wasps, you can spray the nest with chemicals. However, you have to get fairly close to apply the chemicals. This can cause the wasps to swarm and sting you. It’s best to call a licensed wasp exterminator. At Arete, we use special equipment to reach wasps located in trees or doorways. We also have a specialized wasp spray. Call Arete Pest Control. We will handle your wasp problem.