Cockroach Control & Removal

Have an ongoing problem with cockroaches? Don’t worry at Termitrust we know cockroaches so you don’t have to.

Cockroaches can contaminate food, cooking utensils and furnishings. They carry and transmit diseases such as gastroenteritis and dysentery. They breed rapidly and invariably you only see a few of what may be a large infestation.

German, American, Oriental, Australian and Smokey Brown cockroaches are all pests due to their preference to live indoors. They are attracted to food and food scraps pet food and harbour in warm moist areas. Typically, you find cockroaches in and around kitchens, bathrooms, BBQ’s and rubbish bins.

A professional treatment by Termitrust is your best choice to reduce the presence of cockroaches in your home and save you the hassle. We are trained in cockroach biology, breeding habits and the latest methods of keeping them at bay.

Most importantly, when it comes to cockroach control, we know cockroaches in your local area. We have pest technicians on the ground in the following key locations and other surrounding regions:

QLD - BrisbaneGold CoastSunshine CoastLoganCabooltureIpswichToowoombaCairnsRockhampton Mackay
NSW - SydneyCentral CoastNewcastle, HunterPort MacquarieCoffs HarbourDubboTamworth & Canberra (ACT)
VIC - Melbourne
WA - PerthJoondalupMandurahBunburyBusselton South West
SA - Adelaide

For a no pressure quote and free advice please call us, fill out the Make an Enquiry form or contact your local Termitrust Service Centre

 

Types of Cockroaches

 

Targeted Cockroach Treatments

We have a range of specific treatments using registered products. Our professional technicians firstly identify the species, the likely source of the infestation and will then recommend an appropriate treatment.

These include:

  • Gels
  • Dusts
  • Liquid applications

 

Did You Know?

  • For every cockroach you see there could be a 100 more
  • Cockroaches are attracted to tooth paste
  • The largest cockroach on record is one measured at 97 mm in length
  • The earliest fossil cockroach is about 280 million years old 80 million years older than the first dinosaurs
  • Cockroaches can survive underwater for up to 15 minutes
  • The American cockroach can live up to 4 years and is the second fastest recorded insect at 8.9km/hr
  • A cockroach can survive for up to 2 weeks without its head
  • Cockroach droppings cause asthma
 
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