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There are plenty of insects out there that don’t really bother anyone or cause much harm and can even be beneficial to the environment, but cockroaches are not one of those insects. There’s nothing more troublesome than catching a glimpse of a cockroach scurrying across your floor or along the counter. That’s why, at the first sign you these six-legged creatures have intruded on your space, it’s important to call Killroy Pest Control to help you dispose of them.
Though cockroaches don’t sting and it’s rare for them to actually bite someone, there are other ways they can be harmful and damaging if an infestation is left unaddressed. The debris left behind by cockroach skin, droppings and dead bodies can cause children and others who suffer from asthma or allergies to have a severe reaction. In addition, cockroaches are known to transmit diseases from bacteria they pick up and spread around, which is a good reason to implement a treatment plan right away.
Over-the-counter pest control solutions may work to get rid of a bug here and there, but they just don’t cut it when it comes to cockroaches. In fact, they can often seem indestructible to people who have tried numerous DIY techniques to no avail. However, the truth is that they can be exterminated, but it takes the equipment, knowledge and experience of a trained professional. Killroy technicians have the training required to identify exactly the kind of treatment method needed to control your situation for good.
Instead of living in fear that cockroaches are reproducing somewhere within your walls, talk to the experts at Killroy Pest Control about possible preventive techniques. Since being established in 1956, they’ve put the minds of many home and business owners at ease. There may be many pest management companies out there, but with more than 50 years of industry expertise in their belt, there’s a good reason this family-owned operation is consistently the number one choice in all the areas they serve.