Australian cockroaches show off their one-of-a-kind flair with bright and beautiful exteriors. Although, like American cockroaches in size, these critters prefer the outdoors more than coming inside for a stay.
You can keep your property clean and maintained to stop the likelihood of Australian cockroach infestation. You should ensure that all the outdoor areas of your property are regularly maintained, and all entry points remain securely sealed. It will help to deter these pest populations from wandering in search of food or refuge.
These cockroaches thrive in warm temperatures and gather in outdoor colonies. However, when the weather cools, they may move indoors and build homes near food and water sources like sinks and drains. You may also spot them in humid areas such as tree barks and wood piles.
These outdoor-loving insects feed on faeces, garbage, and other dirty things. They can carry harmful bacteria on their feet and cause unsanitary conditions in your home. In addition, they can transmit germs onto your kitchen surfaces, dishes and even your food. Keep these pests at bay and protect your home from contamination.
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In addition, we will prevent any new pests from infiltrating your home or property in the future. So, you can leave all your pest infestation worries to us. Our licensed technicians are highly trained to handle all types of pest issues.
Our technicians can help you take control of the situation with our thorough inspection and professional pest extermination procedure. We’ll find out exactly what species are invading, where they’re coming from, and the infestation level. It helps us create an effective plan and make your environment pest-free for a long time. So, call us today at (08) 8876 5311 for reliable cockroach pest control prevention.
Baby Australian roaches are known as nymphs. These young insects are born without wings and are smaller than adults. They sport attractive yellow splotches along their backs that become more striking as they mature.
Australian cockroaches have well-developed wings, which allows them to fly. Unlike some of the other species of cockroaches, they aren’t lured in by lights. However, they use their wings to escape danger or locate food nearby.