Living with Cockroaches

It’s a Bad Idea to Live With Roaches

Whether you have one roach or one million in your home, its very important that you kill them and get them out of your life as fast as possible.

CockroachWhats the big deal, aren’t roaches everywhere?

WARNING: VERY EXPLICIT CONTENT

You may have heard that roaches carry disease.

Do you know how?

If you live in a house full of roaches, you need to know the danger.

Roaches are not picky eaters, they eat anything including your food, left overs, garbage, animal excrement and anything decaying that used to be alive. But it gets worse.

They also eat each other, alive or dead. It gets even worse. They have no problem eating their own excrement. Yes you read it right. It fact, eating other dead roaches and their own poo is what keeps newly hatched babies alive until they can crawl onto your food.

Ok, so you’re grossed out by the thought of these creatures crawling on your plates, forks and food.

Being grossed out is one thing, but is it actually dangerous?

Yes.

They can cross contaminate your food with E. coli, salmonella and dysentery.

People that co exist with roaches can commonly exhibit symptoms of gastroenteritis, which can include stomach cramps, diarrhea and vomiting.

Roach excrement can make breathing problems such as asthma and allergies much worse, as the air becomes contaminated with the secretions from thier bodies.

As you can see, these dangerous bugs need to be exterminated as quickly as possible. You can attempt to kill them yourself with some success. However, its safest and fastest to hire a pro with the tools to kills these pests on contact.

Don’t hesitate; call today! If you life in the Brooklyn-Exterminate.net area of New York Metro, Call 347-761-1752.



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