Cockroach Control

Have you noticed cockroaches or cockroach droppings around your cabinets or on your floors? It’s time to solve your cockroach problem before it gets out of control!

Keeping Cockroaches Out of Your Home

German cockroaches tend to be the most common species of cockroach in Western Australia. They are an aggressive and widespread cockroach species that infests homes and businesses all over the world. Unfortunately, they can reproduce quickly and hide in large numbers inside walls and cabinets.

Cockroaches are a major problem because they’re a nasty pest that can spread germs and cause allergic reactions. Cockroaches have the potential to spread bacteria over your benchtops, utensils, dishes, and more – increasing the likelihood of illness. Cockroaches like to live in warm, dark places in your home. They often live in colonies, so if you see one cockroach, there are likely more.

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American Cockroaches

American Cockroaches

The American cockroach measures about 1.5 inches in length, The American cockroach is the largest house-infesting cockroach across the country. 

Other Cockroaches

Other Cockroaches

Other cockroach species can be problematic for householders, businesses, and farming properties alike.

Cockroaches Can:

Produce 120-320 eggs in their lifetime.

Transfer E. coli and salmonella from one food source to the next.

Types Of Cockroaches In Australia

Australian Cockroach

German Cockroach

Oriental Cockroach

American Cockroach

Brown Banded Cockroach

Smoky Brown Cockroach

Eradicating German Cockroaches in Perth, WA

Once the cockroach problem is under control, it is important to prevent another infestation by sealing all cracks, keeping your kitchen spotless, fixing leaking pipes to prevent moisture, and putting mesh over air vents or floor drains where roaches may enter your home. You may also need to use cockroach baits to make sure cockroaches are stopped before they make your house into a home.