The typical hideouts for cockroaches are kitchens, drains, chutes and other dark and wet areas. Once your house has been infested with cockroaches, they are notoriously hard to remove.
Cockroaches are often one of the most common pests to infest the food and beverage sector. Cockroaches are a hygiene pest, and if there is poor hygiene in the affected area or it’s adjacent areas, there’s a strong possibility there will be cockroaches. If a colony is formed and left untreated for even a month, the infestation can number in the thousands.
Cockroach Infestation Indicators
Cockroaches are most active during the night and this is when you will most likely encounter them. Usually seeing a few out in the open is only a small fraction of the total colony that is hidden.
Cockroaches lay their eggs in eggs known as Ootheca. Seeing their ootheca casings in dark areas means that at least one cycle of breeding has already occurred.
Cockroaches emit a very distinct pungent and musky smell.
Cockroaches will often defecate near their nest. This can be identified with surfaces with large numbers of black spots. These are often found on wall corners, dark areas and near suspected entry points like sockets. They eat plants, human food, dead skin cells and various forms of waste. They have a high metabolism, so they will produce a high amount of droppings.
Commonly found cockroach species include:
- Blattella Germanica (German cockroach)
- Periplaneta americana (American cockroach)
- Blatta orientalis (Oriental Cockroach)
Titan's Cockroach Control and Extermination Services in Myanmar
Cockroach treatment is often complex due to their ability to become resistant to many pesticides very quickly. This will require us to adopt a large number of strategies to tackle an infestation.
Our cockroach control and extermination service in Myanmar eliminates cockroaches from your home or building.