In the Southeastern United States, some people may use the word palmetto bug to refer to a cockroach. Palmetto bug can be a nickname for the American Cockroach or can refer to many other types of insects. Whatever the nickname, the roach is not welcome in your home or business. Their diet consists of nearly everything including books, human food, construction material, and even other roaches. You can find these pests in warm, moist, dark places like basements, crawl spaces, or under your sink. Although they rarely bite, they can be harmful because they carry disease-causing pathogens while they scamper across your kitchen counter. Since roaches travel mostly at night, seeing one during the day could be a sign of an infestation. So, even if you see one roach, call the professionals before things get out of hand.
Whether your problem is seeing a few or an entire family of roaches, our roach experts will develop a plan of action that will eliminate the roaches and prevent them from becoming re-established. Using targeted baits, insect growth regulators and cockroach removal processes, we can guarantee you the peace-of-mind that cockroaches will not continue to be a problem for you.
Our roach experts can also help you eliminate bed bugs, termites, ants, rodents, roaches, spiders, fleas, hornets, wasps, mice, mosquitoes, bats, scorpions, and many other pests. We also offer animal control, crawlspace and water management to our customers. Speak to a roach exterminator in South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana.
Call Gregory Pest Solutions for help with roach control at 1-800-922-2596 or use our email form and contact us today.