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Emergency cockroach eradication service for clean and healthy premises!
Take action against roaches.
Starting from £165
How the cockroach control service works
Your Fantastic cockroach pest control specialists will look around your property or workplace to determine how serious the infestation you’re dealing with is.
The technician will use a specialised gel bait that attracts the roaches. Once they feed on the bait it'll poison and kill any cockroaches that have digested it.
If you choose our full treatment option, you get two extra visits from the pest exterminator for 3 months after the initial treatment.
Your expert cockroach exterminator will even offer you some useful advice on how to avoid cockroach infestations in the future.
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Restore the healthy environment of your property with expert cockroach pest control
Roaches can quickly become a menace, as they are fast-breeding insects that can survive in the most adverse conditions. It’s also fair to say that they have developed immunity against certain pesticides, which makes it hard to eliminate a severe infestation with a product bought over the counter. This is why it’s wise to hire a reputable pest management company that can offer you guaranteed results and effective solutions.
This way, you’ll avoid:
- Health hazards - cockroaches transmit diseases and trigger allergies;
- Bad reputation or image - your restaurant takings can plummet overnight;
- Damaged food supplies - all contaminated food must be thrown out;
- Exacerbated property hygiene - their faeces and shedded skins emit a foul musty smell.
So, one of the most efficient ways to protect yourself and your family is to contact a professional cockroach exterminator. They know the best solution to eliminate these unbeatable pests.
What to do before and after your cockroach control treatment
Note: These instructions are valid for spray treatments only and are not mandatory if the pest technician uses gel bait for your treatment.
Prior to your treatment you should:
When the exterminator is done, there are a few final things you should do:
Cockroach Control FAQ
Q: How to get rid of cockroaches?
A: If you want to kill roaches quickly, you should sanitise your home, eliminate hiding spots and stagnant water, store food in airtight containers, and use glue strips and baits.
Q: Do cockroaches bite?
A: Cockroaches rarely bite humans. A cockroach bite is not common and occurs when the population exceeds the usual food source, and the crawling insect seeks out other sources of nourishment.
Q: How do you find a cockroach nest?
A: A cockroach's nest is often found near plumbing fixtures in bathrooms and kitchens, in cupboard cracks or under drawers, inside appliances or underneath the refrigerator. In addition to cockroach droppings, your sense of smell will also help you find the nest - most have a strong, foul odour.
Q: How do I get rid of cockroaches in my home?
A: An effective way of resolving cockroach infestation is to use glue traps. The smell of the trap lures roaches, and once they step on the strip, the glue traps them. Store-bought glue strips work best when placed behind the refrigerator, under the sink, and anywhere you've noticed roach activity.
Q: How much does cockroach control cost?
A: The average cost of a cockroach exterminator is around £170 to £260, including materials and tools. Most infestations require only one treatment, but more severe cases of persistent pests may require multiple visits.
Q: How do pest control get rid of cockroaches?
A: Most pest control professionals use gel bait insecticides to eliminate cockroaches. Roaches feed on each other's bodies and faeces, which allows the poisoned and dead insects to spread the poison to living insects and kill several generations of cockroaches.