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German Roaches Treatment

Price: $140.00


We use a comprehensive approach that combines fogging systems, dust, and bait to effectively eliminate these unwanted pests. German roaches tend to hide inside outlets, cabinet hinges, and appliances. Our fogging system can reach these hidden areas, while our dust chemicals are applied inside outlets to create a barrier. The gel bait is designed to be carried back to their harborage sites, where it can be spread to other roaches, ensuring thorough eradication.

The duration of the treatment is 45 minutes to an hour. During the treatment, the home must be vacant and can be reoccupied two to three hours afterward.

What is a German Roach:

German roaches (Blattella germanica) are one of the most common and troublesome household pests. Here’s a detailed look at these pests:


  • Size: Adult German roaches are small, measuring about 1/2 to 5/8 inches long.

  • Color: Light brown to tan with two distinct dark parallel stripes running from the head to the base of the wings.

  • Wings: Although they have wings, German roaches rarely fly. They prefer to run.


  • Indoor Preference: They thrive in indoor environments, particularly in warm, humid areas with easy access to food and water.

  • Common Locations: Kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas where food is prepared or stored. They often hide in cracks and crevices, under sinks, behind appliances, and inside cabinets.


  • Nocturnal: German roaches are primarily active at night. Seeing them during the day often indicates a significant infestation.

  • Reproduction: They reproduce rapidly. A single female can produce hundreds of offspring in a year.

  • Feeding Habits: They are omnivorous and will eat a wide variety of foods, including crumbs, grease, sweets, and even non-food items like soap and toothpaste.

Health Risks:

  • Disease Transmission: German roaches can spread bacteria, including Salmonella and E. coli, which can cause food poisoning and other illnesses.

  • Allergens: Their droppings, shed skins, and saliva contain allergens that can trigger asthma and allergic reactions, particularly in children and sensitive individuals.

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