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Midstate Pest Control Offers Pest Control for Roaches

Since 1953, Midstate Termite and Pest Control has been the area’s premier cockroach control service. Our team of knowledgeable and experienced technicians will help keep you and your family safe from these invasive pests. When cockroaches invade your home, it can feel like you’ve lost all control. Luckily, we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so you can feel confident that your home is protected. Our team has decades of combined experience ridding homes of disease-carrying cockroaches, and we use the most effective solutions and techniques to eliminate your infestation and keep them out. Contact our licensed and trained technicians today to get started with an inspection of your home.

Where Do Cockroaches in Tennessee Live?

Cockroaches are one of the oldest known insects. In fact, there are cockroach fossil remains that date back 200 million years ago. They are notorious for their adaptability and survivability. Homes have become an ideal place for roaches to live, as it meets all the criteria they need to reproduce, including:

  • Dark, Damp Areas
  • Food Supply
  • Warmth
  • Water

What Are The Signs of a Cockroach Infestation?

Cockroaches are nocturnal insects, meaning they are more active at night, which allows them to stay hidden from unsuspecting homeowners. To the untrained eye, you might never realize that you’re living with a cockroach infestation. However, there are several signs that a professional can use to identify if your home has a cockroach infestation. When you choose us for your cockroach pest control service, our team will locate these signs to determine the infestation’s extent and duration.

  • Cockroach Dropping – Cockroach droppings are said to resemble ground coffee or black pepper. If you notice this in your cabinets, behind appliances, or your basement, it’s time to contact an expert.
  • Odors – There are over 120 different types of cockroach species in the United States. Some produce an acrid odor that may permeate items with which they have come in contact. If you notice a strong oily or musty smell, it can also be a sign of an infestation.
  • Eggs – If left unchecked, a female cockroach can lay up to two million offspring in one year. Identifying an infestation early is pivotal to prevention. Roaches bundle their eggs in an egg case called oothecae, which looks like an opaque white pill.
  • Sighting – The most obvious sign of an infestation is finding a living or dead cockroach in your home. Check at the back of your cabinets and under your kitchen appliances, any ideal place for roaches to thrive.
Roaches Control Services by Midstate Pest Control

How Do Roaches Cause Damage?

Cockroaches carry a wide variety of diseases and are capable of transmitting the hepatitis virus, coliform bacteria. The disease is transmitted when humans unsuspectedly consume food that a cockroach has been feeding on, leading to a variety of ailments. Roaches may cause allergy flair up in people that have asthma. Don’t risk the health of your family. Choose a knowledgeable and experienced pest control technician.

Choose the Best Roach Control Company

At Midstate Termite and Pest Control, we have helped homeowners throughout middle Tennessee protect their homes with our comprehensive and useful roach control services. When you choose our technicians to treat your home for cockroaches, you can feel confident that you’re getting the best service at an affordable price. Once we’ve discovered roaches in your home, we’ll use effective solutions to eliminate the roaches and eliminate hiding places, and cover entryways into your home. Contact us today to get started on your service.

Protecting Homes and Families Since 1953