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Our professional team will check your property. Our specialist will determine the type of cockroach infesting your property, what caused it and other variables.
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India’s leading pest management company, Indian Pest Management (IPM), provides you with the best cockroach pest control service possible through a rapid and safe solution that is effective and stress-free. We use Cutting-edge technology technology to keep cockroach out of your house.
What can IPM do to assist you in dealing with cockroach?
In India, cockroach infestations may rapidly become unmanageable; thus, you need act immediately to keep your house or company cockroach-free with our focused and routinely maintained cockroach control and management programmes. If you already have cockroaches, our cockroach treatment services work quickly to exterminate them while keeping your family and pets safe and protecting the environment.
Over the years, we’ve learned a lot of difficulty about cockroaches and how they can quickly penetrate, proliferate, and become an infestation, so we’ve devised an effective cockroach control programme designed to eliminate your cockroach problem and prevent their return.
At Indian Pest Management, we exterminate cockroaches on a daily basis, and it is our job to know what works and how to assist you with your cockroach issue. Call for professional service to all cities in India; we are open seven days a week and can assist you 24 hours a day!
How can you determine whether there is a cockroach infestation?
● Even a single cockroach, whether an adult or a youngster, indicates that there are a lot more of them out there. The fact that you’ve only encountered one and killed it doesn’t mean you’re safe. More is on the way!
● An infestation is imminent if you see a dead cockroach. If you don’t already have one, there will be a lot more in the near future.
● The presence of cockroach faeces is also conclusive evidence.
● The presence of cockroach egg shells in your house also indicates the presence of an infestation.
● An unpleasant and unexplainable odour is one possible but less conclusive symptom; however, only a small percentage of people are able to pick up on this odour.
Why are cockroach such a threat?
Cockroaches are strange, obnoxious organisms that have evolved through millions of years to flourish in a variety of environments. As they come into touch with cloth and paper, they cause allergic responses, asthma attacks, and the spread of disease-causing microorganisms.
Thirty species of cockroaches are found in human environments and are considered pests, however just a handful are very bothersome to city dwellers.
Let's learn more about cockroaches with additional facts and trivia.
The German cockroach, Blatella germanica, and the American cockroach, Periplaneta americana, are the two varieties of cockroaches most often seen in Indian homes.
The German Cockroach is the smallest of the two, growing up to 1.5 cm in length and lasting for up to a year. They’re oval and pale brown, with two black stripes behind their heads that make them clearly identifiable. They’re most common in the kitchen and dining room.
Among the two varieties of cockroaches found in Indian houses, American cockroaches are the bigger of the two. They’re reddish-brown in colour and 5 cm long. The pale yellow stripe on the shield behind their heads serves as a distinguishing feature. Cockroaches in the United States may fly and survive for up to two years as adults. Cockroaches from the United States can be found in basements, sewers, and other wet areas of a house.
As a result, knowing whether our home is infested with these pests is critical.
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Our odourless gel-based cockroach treatment
We provide the most modern gel treatment available for cockroach control at your location. The skilled crew at INDIAN PEST MANAGEMENT (IPM) applies the gel bait in very little pin-sized drops around your house, without you having to leave or clear your drawers and cupboards. Additionally, you are not required to leave your house during or following our therapy.
We use odourless gel and odourless spray to kill cockroaches in their natural habitats such as cabinets, drawers, beneath kitchen sinks, and around kitchen equipment. Our gel-bait is an edible insecticide that has been particularly developed to attract and kill cockroaches.
How does our odourless gel aid in cockroach control?
Cockroaches that have consumed the gel have the ability to kill other cockroaches as a result of their consumption. The reason for this is because cockroaches have a tendency of eating on the carcasses of deceased individuals (called necrophagy) and the faeces of cockroaches that have dined on gel bait (coprophagy). It is known as the cascade effect when cockroaches perish as a result of their eating on the excreta of other cockroaches and the remnants of dead ones.
When the cascading effect is used correctly, it may be used to quickly eliminate the whole population. Most cockroaches in a colony will die after one week of being baited with gel, according to research. Within three weeks, all of the remaining cockroaches had been eliminated.
The gel baiting of a typical-sized apartment against cockroaches takes around a half-hour for us to finish.
Customers’ houses are visited three times a year as part of our Annual Maintenance Contract (AMC) for cockroach treatment as part of our Annual Maintenance Contract. A total of six services are provided in the homes of consumers who sign up for a two-year AMC with us.
Our treatment is guaranteed to be effective in the event that you discover cockroaches in your house. If our treatment is less effective than anticipated, we will come to your home and cure them at no charge.
What steps can you take to keep cockroaches out of your home?
Cockroaches will be less likely to infest your home if you make it unfriendly to them. To render your place uninhabitable, you can do the following steps:
Take a closer look at everything that enters your home.
Roaches can be found in storage boxes, cartons, and even supermarket bags. Don’t be afraid to open and investigate the boxes you bring home from your garage or other storage space. Then, throw them away. After bringing groceries or other items home, quickly check paper or cardboard bags and packages for signs of contamination. Discard cardboard boxes and other packaging materials that may be harbouring harmful pests immediately.
Maintain a tidy house
Cockroaches may thrive in even the most sanitary of houses, as long as they have access to food. It is possible for roaches to survive on very little food and water. They can typically get by with only a few crumbs and a few dabs of water.
Cockroach numbers can be controlled by adhering to good housekeeping standards both inside and outside the home. The first step in preventing a cockroach infestation is to keep your kitchen and other places clear of cockroach food. Egg sacs and cockroach remains can be removed by vacuuming on a regular basis. Roach-infested surfaces should be cleaned regularly in addition to vacuuming.
To keep the kitchen cockroach-free, keep an eye out for them.
Cockroaches may scavenge your kitchen at night, when you’re sleeping, in search of any traces of food. If your kitchen is reasonably clean, cockroaches might still target trash cans, residue in sinks and drains, and crumbs on worktops or floors, even when the kitchen is spotless. Because it takes so little food to sustain these little pests, leaving a sink full of dirty dishes is like giving them an unlimited food supply.
Because they feed at night, roaches must be eradicated. Disinfecting worktops and cleaning dishes with disinfectant spray each night can help reduce off food sources. Remove food residue and grease from appliances and the surrounding area. To prevent drawing unwanted attention, keep the area beneath your kitchen sink clean and sweep the kitchen floor on a nightly basis.
Limit eating to a single space
Kitchens are typically targeted by cockroaches since here is where most food is stored and consumed. However, they may infest any area of the home, including the bedroom. Restrict food, beverages, and dishes to the kitchen or dining room to prevent infection throughout the home. This strategy also makes housekeeping easier, as fewer crumbs are scattered around the house. Include the entire family in enforcing this rule and be consistent for the greatest outcomes.
Suitable food storage
Even though they are active at night, cockroaches prefer dark, undisturbed regions near food and water supplies such as crevices in cupboards and cavities in walls. Unfinished wood or stacked paper are preferred places to rest for them. A roach’s body may be flattened to fit inside the holes of cardboard food boxes and rolled plastic bags. Roaches can be found in food, but these pests can also get into packaging of food and go unnoticed. Food, especially pet food, should be stored in airtight containers. Dispose of any open food containers and pet dishes at the end of each day.
Investigate entry points
Domestic roaches such as German cockroaches can enter multi-unit houses through gaps and holes in the walls, whereas peridomestic cockroaches like American cockroaches can enter your home from the outside. You may avoid an infestation by removing frequent access sites. Keep cockroaches out of your multi-unit home by sealing any gaps and taking care to caulk between units at pipe and wall junctures. Check the baseboards, utility pipes, and crawl spaces for cracks or holes, and seal them if necessary. Windows and doors should be locked and weatherstripping installed to prevent gaps from forming.
Eliminate hiding spots on the floor
The presence of cockroaches might be made easier in an untidy environment. Cockroaches can use it as a hiding spot, but it also makes it tough to check for them. Cockroaches wait for their next meal in warm, dark places. The floor should be free of any materials that roaches could use to build a home. Cockroaches are attracted to food storage containers, pet food containers, and other objects that are left out in the open in the kitchen.
Avert infestations indoors by concentrating your efforts outside.
It is important to know how to prevent cockroaches from invading a structure. You may prevent attracting roaches and bringing them into your home by removing potential food sources from your yard, porch, and other exterior areas. Empty outside pet food dishes before going to sleep. Outdoor garbage cans should have tight-fitting lids and should not be situated near your entrance or other entryways.
Roaches may hide in plants and grass as well. Your home’s external walls should be shielded from excessive vegetation. Assist in protecting the house from unwanted vegetation by removing any weeds, vines, or dense grass. You should avoid planting shrubs and other tall plants right next to the exterior walls. Do not leave firewood stacked against the house or on the porch or deck for an extended length of time. Avoid this.