Roach Problems NJby ALCO Pest Control
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Does a infestation cause health related problems?
They must molt regularly throughout their life-cycle. The discarded skin becomes airborne and can cause severe asthmatic reactions, particularly to children.
What is the lifecycle?
The female produces an egg sac which she carries or deposits in a safe place. The young ones or "nymph" will undergo a series of molts, shedding it's external skeleton, as it grows to adulthood.
The entire life cycle may extend to a few months depending on the species and environmental factors, such as, access to food and moisture, adequate shelter and warm temperatures.
Who is likely to have an infestation in their home?
Roaches in NJ and their eggs are spread throughout the community in food and other packaging. Although sanitation and hygiene are important deterrents, even the cleanest homes become infested due to minute deposits of grease, sugar and other food deposits in difficult to get at places, such as, in drains, behind refrigerators and dishwashers, inside cracks and crevices in kitchen cupboards. In this case, you would need pest control in NJ.
What do they eat?
These pests will eat almost any organic matter no matter how rancid. Once inside the home, they will seek out food scraps, unsealed food containers, sugar and grease deposits, pet food, rancid meat, glue and even book bindings. YUCK...they eat each others feces, to feed the young "nymphs" and extract all nourishment from an organic food source. If you see a clump of pepper-like specs in your kitchen cupboards, it is likely feces marking their courtship and nearby nesting territory.
When am I most likely to see one in my home?
They rest during daylight hours in dark warm secure harborages in your home, such as, in wall cavities, the sub-floor, roof void, cracks and crevices in the kitchen and bathroom, electrical appliances and foodstuffs. They will emerge from these harborages in the still of the night. These pests have an array of acute sensory and survival instincts. If you see them in your home during the day, you have a serious problem.
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