It is very tough to get control of this pest. Cockroaches are common pest and difficult to get rid off. If you have cockroaches in your home such as kitchen cabinets, drawer shelf or in your bathroom, it’s important to get rid of them quickly.
We at Seva Facility help to give odorless, hassle free and clean cockroach treatment for your home, society and offices canteen premises. We use label claim and govt approved chemicals which give comfort, safety to customers.
Here are some of the most common sources of cockroaches -
Cockroaches are omnivores and they can eat anything. They are particularly fond of starches, sweets, greasy food and meats. Easy sources of food – like dirty dishes in the sink, pet food on the floor, or crumbs on the counter will bring them inside home and offices.
Cockroaches enter in homes for shelter. Depending on the species, they may live behind picture frames, in hollowed-out wood, in damp places like beneath the sink or behind the toilet, or in the backs of your electronics items. They love quiet, dark area, forgotten areas and may live underneath of large appliances, in the corners of basements, and inside the kitchen trolley refrigerator.
If you are wondering, why do I have cockroaches in my house. We know how difficult is to solve cockroach problem and it is frustrating especially if you have been careful to avoid common attractants. Unfortunately, some areas are just more attracting to cockroaches than others. Species like American cockroach don’t need unsanitary conditions to develop – they simply enter through a gap in a window seal or a door left open and start establishing themselves in your house.
Like all animals, cockroaches need water to survive – and they will enter even the cleanest homes to find it. Leaky pipes and taps are common attractants.
While roaches love to live inside, they also enter in your garden in search of food, shelter, and water. Standing water in birdbaths, gutters, and flowerpots will all attract roaches, as will food sources like birdseed or fruit plants.