The source of cockroaches at home usually comes from trash cans and sewers that are not clean and not tightly closed, especially in the kitchen and in the bathroom.
Cockroaches can also nest in piles of items, so it’s best to avoid piling things up in your home to prevent cockroaches. You should also seal all small gaps in walls, floors, and furniture to avoid cockroaches nesting in them.
If you are still having trouble dealing with cockroaches, you can contact Geotermix today for an effective treatment.
Here are the steps to get rid of cockroaches:
Here are the best sanitations you can try to prevent cockroaches:
To provide you with a safer chemical treatment, we provide pest treatment services using an organic liquid made from neem oil. Reporting from The Spruce, Tuesday (12/15/2020), neem oil is oil taken from the seeds obtained from the neem tree or Azadirachta indica. Not only is it used as a natural insect repellent, neem oil is also used in the health and cosmetic industries.
You can contact Geotermix today to schedule an organic pest treatment at your home or workplace 0821-4406-4599*
Benefits you will get from monthly treatment:
If you decide to contact us to help you get rid of cockroaches with chemical treatments, then the first thing we do is tell you about how these chemical treatments work so you can understand them fully. Chemical treatment is the last option that you can choose as a step to deal with cockroaches in conditions where the nest or source of cockroaches in your environment cannot be removed. Pesticides are not the main way to deal with pests. Pesticides should be used as a last resort and in very minimal amounts for a high level of safety. The chemical treatment is intended to minimize the cockroach population. It should be done monthly for 3 months, 6 months, 12 months or even more to get maximum results. You can also choose to use our recommended sanitation methods for controlling cockroaches as an additional method to minimize chemical treatments.
Chat with us now 0821-4406-4599* and schedule a pest treatment in your home and workplace.