Flea & Tick Treatments
These two types of insects are treated differently, making the cost more expensive. In order to get control of these pests, we must spray 100% of the floor and yard areas infested. On the interior, even the furniture is sprayed where label allows. All areas to be treated must be cleared of all clutter and floors need to be vacuumed prior and after the treatment. Vacuum bags need to be thrown away. All bedding needs to be washed. And, the home must be vacated for at least one hour after treatment. Technician will advise more procedures if needed in extreme cases.
German Roach Treatment
The German roach is one of the most common roaches found in apartment houses, restaurants, and hotels. German roaches ( eggs included), are "brought in", usually on man's belongings, luggage, boxes or packages. All it takes, is bringing in one egg capsule, six months later you do have an infestation.
It is one of the most challenging to manage and eliminate-but can be done.. To accurately and completely eliminate these roaches you need to attack them from several fronts...using baits, dusts, growth regulators and pheromone traps.
They have the most eggs produced, shortest development cycle, best survival rate of the young, and the most adaptive feeding habits of most of the roaches. Because of this "high reproductive potential" they have a greater ability to develop resistance against insecticides.
The best way to eliminate the German roach in homes, apartments, nursing homes, hospitals and restaurants is to use a combination of baits, residual sprays, dusts and growth regulators.