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Silence Cockroaches… Get Your Home Back With A1 Exterminators

Roaches can sneak into your home through small cracks or gaps in the walls, spaces near the electrical sockets and through drain pipes. Even clean homes can get cockroaches. They can come in the home through packaging and be attracted to minute deposits of sugar, grease, pet food and any food that... more
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Winter Pest Control

Each season of the year brings a different set of pest challenges. In many areas of the country, the cooler winter temperature means fewer insect pests entering from the outdoors, but that doesn’t mean winter is time to let down your guard. Some pests can infest homes year round, and others... more
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How To Avoid Cockroaches In Hotels

Hotels are supposed to be a place of peace and relaxation, so if you ever find a hotel infested with roaches, you have every right to be repulsed. Unfortunately for travelers, there’s little way of knowing whether your hotel has an infestation before you stay there. Hotel rooms are prone to... more
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What Are the Symptoms of Cockroach Allergy?

Common cockroach allergy symptoms include: Sneezing Runny nose Itchy, red or watery eyes Stuffy nose Itchy nose, mouth or throat Postnasal drip (a flow of mucus from behind your nose into your throat) Cough Itchy skin or skin rash If your cockroach allergy triggers your... more
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Do Roaches Offer Any Benefit?

Everything in nature is interconnected, and even scavengers like vultures have their place in the natural order. Roaches do, too. They’re nature’s recyclers, mopping up wastes, eating decaying plants and manure, and generally helping to break down natural elements. Although inside your home... more
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Why Cockroach Infestations are Dangerous

Cockroaches carry 33 types of bacteria and six types of parasites. The spines on their legs add extra surface area, which easily picks up bacteria and parasites from the surfaces they touch. They also eat garbage, sewage, and anything else they can find, which passes through their system and into... more
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What is An American Cockroach?

The American cockroach is the largest of the house-infesting roaches and a major pest in the United States. It’s also commonly known as the water bug, the Bombay canary or the palmetto bug. Despite its name, the American cockroach is not native to North America. Some evidence suggested that... more
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Keep Roaches Out of a Pantry

Cockroaches are one of nature's more persistent pests, and once they take up residence in your home, getting rid of them can be a struggle. If you have roaches in your pantry, don't ignore the problem -- cockroaches carry diseases such as salmonella and dysentery, so the last place you want them is... more
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Exterminate Cockroach Eggs with Professional Pest Control

Irrespective of whether its American or German, the presence of cockroach eggs in your home is a sure sign of a growing roach infestation. While there are various methods which can be adopted to deal with this problem, it is always recommended to hire a licensed exterminator who could handle... more
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Learn to identify household roaches

If you’ve never seen a cockroach in your home, consider yourself lucky. And if you have, you know how much of a pain they can be—both to find and to get rid of. But much like other insects, there are several different types of cockroaches that might make their way into your house, and depending... more
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