Cockroach Control

Unique Pest Control has developed an in-house integrated program to manage cockroaches Unique Pest Control has custom solutions that cohere to international food protection predictable based on the size and performance of the company

Cockroaches are common in homes and workplaces. Cockroaches are particularly common where food is produced or handled.They can arrive in incoming laundry, crates and packaging.Cockroaches can spread disease. They eat almost anything and can contaminate food. Unique Pest control Provides the Custom Cock-roach Control service

Cockroach control

Diseases Spread by Cockroach

Roaches are proven or suspected carriers of the organisms causing: Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera, Leprosy, plague, typhoid fever, and viral diseases such as poliomyelitis. In addition they carry the eggs of parasitic worms and may cause allergic reactions, including dermatitis, itching, swelling of the eyelids, and more serious respiratory conditions. Call for Cockroach control service?

Residential Cockroach Control Services

If house: Spraying the entire kitchen , toilet, Bathroom & Wash Area. Keeping the glue bait in an electrical utensils Cupboard, Wardrobe other non spraying area’s
Frequency Of the Roach Control services - Once in 3 months.

Commercial Cockroach Control Services

- If office or other Business establishment: Spraying will be done Cafeteria,Dining, Kitchen, Pantry, Toilet, bathroom, Wash area’s and skirting level of main walls. Keeping glue baits under the table drawer cupboard, Wardrobe etc.
- Once in 15 Days - Frequency of the Service

Why Choose Unique Pest Control Services?

Family Owned Business | No Contract Employees | Quality Assured Products Only | Do not Comprise in Professionalism | Same Day Services | competitive Pricing | Booking: 9941-916-916.

Interested In This Service? Make An Appointment , Call: 9941-916-916.

Learn more about cockroaches

Cockroaches are known for their ability to reproduce quickly and prolifically, which is why it’s important to address a cockroach infestation as soon as possible to prevent the population from growing out of control.

Cockroaches have three stages of the life cycle:



and adult.

Consequence of Cockroaches

Cockroaches can have several consequences, both for your health and for your property. Here are some potential consequences of a cockroach infestation:

Health risks,  Allergies, Asthma, Property damage and

Reputation damage: If you own a business, a cockroach infestation can harm your reputation and turn away customers. Customers may associate a cockroach infestation with poor hygiene and food safety practices.

Psychological effects: Dealing with a cockroach infestation can be stressful and overwhelming and can cause anxiety, sleep disturbances, and other psychological effects.

Overall, a cockroach infestation can have a significant impact on your health, your property, and your quality of life. It’s important to address the problem as soon as possible to minimize the consequences and prevent the infestation from spreading.

General Procedure for Cockroach Control Services

The procedure for cockroach control services can vary depending on the specific pest control company and the severity of the infestation. However, here are the general steps that a pest control technician may take during a cockroach control service:

Inspection: The technician will inspect your home or business to determine the extent of the infestation and identify any areas where cockroaches are living, nesting, or traveling.

Identification: The technician will identify the specific type of cockroach that is present, as different species may require different treatment methods.

Treatment plan: Based on the inspection and identification, the technician will develop a treatment plan that may include a combination of chemical and non-chemical methods.

Chemical treatment: The technician may apply a chemical treatment, such as bait or spray, to the areas where cockroaches are present. This treatment is designed to eliminate the current population and prevent future infestations.

Follow-up visits: Depending on the severity of the infestation, the technician may schedule follow-up visits to monitor the effectiveness of the treatment and make any necessary adjustments.

Prevention: Finally, the technician may provide recommendations for preventing future infestations, such as sealing cracks and crevices, removing food and water sources, and maintaining cleanliness.

Additionally, it’s important to follow any instructions provided by the pest control technician to ensure the safety of you, your family, and your pets.