German Roach Service
Color: Light brown to tan, with two dark, almost parallel stripes located on their backs, just behind their heads
Size: 1/2" to 5/8" long
Region: Throughout the U.S.
GERMAN COCKROACH, THE TRANSPORTING PEST
The German cockroach is the most common of cockroaches, and they are generally found in structures. The German roach prefers warm and humid places such as kitchens and bathrooms. Infestations occur in areas where we eat, drink, watch TV and even sleep, making any food or water source a prime harborage area. The German cockroach is not only a nuisance but has also known to be a disease carrier and a transporting pest, as they tend to travel from home to home looking for its next victim.
How We Treat Roaches and What to Expect
Sanitation is the cornerstone to effective, long-lasting control of German cockroaches. Cooperation of the people living in the home and complete interior treatment are essential. The homeowner or tenant is responsible for addressing all conditions conducive to roach infestations. To include removing items in pantries and cupboards to allow access to the harborage for the pest professional. Your Clark's pest professional will advise the customer on what they can do to help alleviate the problem and determine the best means of control.
German Cockroach Service Includes:
- Initial treatment up to 3500 sq ft
- One follow-up treatment within 14 to 30 days of the initial treatment date
- Customers must complete a treatment checklist to qualify for treatment and guarantee.