Cockroaches

American Cockroach

The American cockroach is the largest of the house infesting cockroaches.  It is also known as a "waterbug" or a sewer cockroach.  They are most often found in commercial buildings but can infest houses.  Contact for help with your cockroach problem.

Photo by: Daniel R. Suiter, University of Georgia, Bugwood.org

Brownbanded Cockroach

The Brownbanded cockroach can be found throughout structures but prefer warmer areas.  These cockroaches are frequently found in other rooms other than the kitchen and bathroom.  Control of this pest can be quite tricky.  Contact for assistance in controlling your cockroach problem.

 

Photo by:  Clemson University - USDA Cooperative Extension Slide Series, Bugwood.org

German Cockroach

The German cockroach is the most common of the structure infesting cockroaches in the United States.  It is found throughout structures but prefers warm and humid locations such as kitchens and bathrooms.  This cockroach is very persistent and often difficult to gain control.  Don't do it alone, Contact for assitance in controlling this difficult problem.

Photo by: Daniel R. Suiter, University of Georgia, Bugwood.org

Oriental Cockroach

Commonly referred to as a "waterbug" because of their association with wet or damp locations, this cockroach is usually found in crawl spaces, basements and near floor drains.  They are often confused with a black beetle due to the dark mahogany color and glossy sheen.  Contact for assistance in controlling your cockroach problems.

Photo by: Clemson University - USDA Cooperative Extension Slide Series, Bugwood.org

 

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