OKC Pest Control Reports Of Cockroaches Inside And Out
OKC Pest Control Provides Cockroach Prevention
There have been many reports from families of cockroaches appearing outside in their lawn and sidewalks. Then, there is the fear that they will migrate into the home. It’s almost as if the song lyrics “no wind, no rain…can stop me baby” were really written to describe the never-ending will of cockroaches. If it’s one thing our OKC pest control team understands it’s that an infestation of uninvited pests like cockroaches is not just problematic due to them being a bother, but they can also cause household damage and health problems.
The truth is that even clean homes can provide a comfortable habitat for cockroaches with the three main things they need to survive; food, water, and shelter. If you have cockroaches or you know anything about their nature, then you’ll soon come to realize they are one of the most persistent pests which are very difficult to get rid of. Of course, our OKC pest control expertise would share that having pest control treatments at least 3 times per year (spring, summer, and fall) would be the best method to keep these critters away.
In addition to eradicating your cockroach pest problem with ongoing OKC pest control treatments, we would also recommend taking some preventive measures between those sprays. Here are a few ways you can help keep your home cockroach-free:
- Store food in sealed containers.
- Don’t leave pet food and water out overnight.
- Tightly cover garbage cans containing food scraps.
- Take trash out regularly.
- Don’t let water accumulate anywhere in the home.
- Don’t leave clutter around.
- Close off places where pests can enter and hide.
- Check for pests in packages or boxes before carrying them into your home.
If you’re home has become targeted by any uninvited insects staking claim in your space, don’t let them continue crawling around! Give our OKC pest control team a call as we’d love to help!
Our OKC pest control expert, The Bug Guy, can be reached at 405-973-5522.