Cockroaches

How to Recognize Florida Cockroaches

Florida cockroaches

When you head to the kitchen for a late-night snack and see cockroaches scurrying across your floor or counters, your first thought is probably not about what type of cockroach it is. There are, however, more than 70 species in the U.S., and as fall’s cooler temperatures approach with winter not far behind, there are…

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Household Pests That Trigger Asthma and Allergies

Household pest allergies

May is designated as National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) each year. While most of us are familiar with allergy and asthma triggers such as pollen, molds, and pet dander, other sources of common allergens may also be present in our homes, including household pests such…

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Cleaning Tips for Cockroach Prevention

American Cockroach on Dog Dish

  Cockroaches move inside during cooler weather to find warmth, food, and water. Unfortunately, once they’ve set up house in your house, it can be difficult to get rid of their growing population. It’s important, however, to take steps to get them under control: What seems to be normal winter cold or spring allergy symptoms…

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Controlling German Cockroaches in Your Orlando Home

German Cockroaches on Crackers

The German cockroach is the most common species of cockroach in America, so it’s likely you’ve spotted them inside your Orlando home at some point. Although German cockroaches are most often found outdoors, they’re notorious for hitchhiking their way indoors on items you bring into your home. If you have a German cockroach problem, read…

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