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Cockroach Control and Elimination

A quick response is essential to eliminate a cockroach infestation and insure that does not become established or spread around the whole property. Cockroaches are very resilient and Integrated pest management (IPM) treatments by Eudaimonia's qualified pest control technicians are the key to deal with cockroaches problems, because we provide long-term solutions. Our service is effective and offers the highest level of safety for your family and pets. Eudaimonia's successful cockroach control programs use several methods to bring the infestation under control. We will design the right treatments to fit your needs.

Deep harborage treatment for commercial kitchens 

The paradise we know as the commercial kitchen environment has all the makings of the good life for Cockroaches and other pests, food, moisture, heat and harborage. It’s a place where, if left unchecked, cockroaches could theoretically eat, drink and proliferate without end in their stainless-steel shelter. The commercial kitchen can become home to not only German, American, Brown-banded and Oriental cockroaches but also to a variety of insects species. We provide the best pest control method for deep harborage areas, for cockroaches clean out treatments in their stainless-steel shelter. 

Identification

Cockroaches/Blattodea 

Cockroaches are insects of the order Blattodea, are considered one of the most successful groups of animals and they are among the most common of insects. They are the most successful ancient insect on the planet. Fossil evidence indicates that cockroaches have been on earth approximately 320 million years. Cockroaches are “living fossils”. This means that their basic shape and appearance has not changed for millions of years. Fossil remains of cockroaches have been dated before the appearance of the Dinosaurs and appear virtually identical to cockroaches we find today. Cockroaches will eat anything and can survive absolutely anywhere other than the Polar Regions and above 2,000 meters in elevation. Some can live without water, can fly, are the fastest insect and can survive high levels of radiation. About 4,600 species of cockroaches exist worldwide, 69 species found in the United States. In the New York State, only four species are common pests in structures. These are the German, Brown-banded, Oriental, and American cockroaches. 

Common Cockroaches

American Cockroach

German Cockroach

Brown-Banded Cockroach

Oriental Cockroach