Cockroach Exterminator

It is in our nature to equate more of something to it being better, and in New Jersey, we have some mosts. We aren’t called the diner capital for no reason, as we are the worldwide leader, and we also have the most shopping malls in one area.

A Roache’s Safe Haven

New Jersey, is the diner capital and the most shopping-mall crowded land, but do you know what really makes us stand out?

It’s home to almost seven species of roaches and with that, landing a top spot as roaches’ favorite destination!

Why should you call us for rodent extermination in New Jersey?

We’re here to give New Jersey something else to be known of!

Contact us for Roaches and other pest extermination! We offer SAME DAY pest control for the folks of Berger, Passaic, and Essex in New Jersey.

What are the dangers of a roach infestation?

Cockroaches are a justified fear

While men race to slam a cockroach to its demise as a sign of bravery, they might reconsider running the other way.

You might find yourself asking, can cockroaches actually harm me?

Apparently, roaches do more than making your skin crawl. The dangers of a roaches’ infestation include:

They are home to bacteria

inside their slimy figures, cockroaches are hosting a bacteria party that can find their way to us and cause salmonella, streptococcus, and staphylococcus.

They make you sick to the stomach

not just from their wretch-worthy appearance, but they can cause many intestinal diseases such as dysentery, diarrhea, and typhoid fever!

They can make it harder to breathe

According to various studies, childhood exposure to roach allergens is one of the main contributors to asthma! Also, 63% of U.S homes contain cockroach allergens which will exacerbate allergy symptoms.

They’re a walking bomb of filth

These creepy crawlers’ name is not just a title. Roaches crawl over everything! Imagine a cockroach transmitting God knows what else from dirt, bathroom floors, and garbage cans to your silverware, kitchen, food, and personal items!

Were cockroaches bigger in the past?

The Creepy Crawlers were even creepier!

Did you know that Roaches were actually a lot more disturbing in the past? The evolution of cockroaches can give us a hint about that.

It might be hard to believe that cockroaches could’ve been worse, given the fact that the little itch that lingers with disgust and fear is almost innate to us, but….

480 million years ago

A member of the roach family roamed the seas at the length of seven feet.

100 million years ago

There was a cockroach that had an eight-inch wingspan and an extra set of eyes on the top of its head, which by the way, swiveled!

aches are hosting a bacteria party that can find their way to us and cause salmonella, streptococcus, and staphylococcus.

They make you sick to the stomach

not just from their wretch-worthy appearance, but they can cause many intestinal diseases such as dysentery, diarrhea, and typhoid fever!

They can make it harder to breathe

According to various studies, childhood exposure to roach allergens is one of the main contributors to asthma! Also, 63% of U.S homes contain cockroach allergens which will exacerbate allergy symptoms.

They’re a walking bomb of filth

These creepy crawlers’ name is not just a title. Roaches crawl over everything! Imagine a cockroach transmitting God knows what else from dirt, bathroom floors, and garbage cans to your silverware, kitchen, food, and personal items!

How to detect a cockroach infestation in your home?

Signs of a cockroach infestation

 

Roaches Droppings vs Eggs

Most Roaches leave dropping that look more or less like ground coffee. As for their eggs, its distinctive for each species of cockroach.

Live Roaches

An undeniable sign of roaches is seeing the creepy crawler in its flesh. Most roaches prefer damp and cool areas like the bathroom and around water pipes.

Smear Marks

These slimy creatures can actually leave a snail-like smear mark if the area is damp enough. They are usually brown and irregular in shape.

Roaches Odor

An established cockroach infestation produces a lingering unpleasant smell from the droppings they leave behind. The droppings are how roaches communicate and they produce pheromones that attracts other cockroaches to the area.

What are the types of cockroaches in new jersey?

Here’s our ranking of the roaches we came across while working on pest control in New Jersey!
German Cockroaches

This species is the most commonly found unwelcomed visitor in households and unfortunately, restaurants too!

You might be awfully familiar with their golden-brown to dark-brown colors and their characteristic wings that fortunately don’t give them the capability to fly!

They like to live in the undisturbed cracks of a building, and they are night-owls so if you see one of them by day, you might have a big roach problem on your hands!

American Cockroaches

Most commonly found in the moister parts of a building, the American cockroach comes in a reddish-brown color.

Their wings are made for flying and flying they will do… given that they only fly in hot and damp conditions, you’re most likely to see one soaring in summer conditions.

It’s hard to get your hands on the heart of the problem with American Cockroaches as they like to creep away from home so controlling American Cockroaches is more of controlling the symptom, not the actual pathology of the problem.

Oriental Cockroaches

Also known as water bugs, as they prefer to stay near the water, oriental cockroaches have a characteristic shiny black to dark reddish-brown color.

Like the German and American cockroach, they are most active during the nighttime hours, however, but they move a lot slower than their peers so they’re easier to spot.

Surinam Cockroach

A strong independent woman that doesn’t need a man, not even to reproduce!

They can make their way into your home or business in potted plants and bags of soil.

The Spotted Mediterranean Roach

With a name that sounds like an exotic drink and a light-yellow color, you might be easily fooled into mistaking this roach for a friendly bug!

However, they’re extremely fast runners, and unfortunately, flyers!

Luckily, they only reproduce rarely so you can get rid of them early before they spread.

 

They can make it harder to breathe

According to various studies, childhood exposure to roach allergens is one of the main contributors to asthma! Also, 63% of U.S homes contain cockroach allergens which will exacerbate allergy symptoms.

They’re a walking bomb of filth

These creepy crawlers’ name is not just a title. Roaches crawl over everything! Imagine a cockroach transmitting God knows what else from dirt, bathroom floors, and garbage cans to your silverware, kitchen, food, and personal items!

Run the Roaches away!

We’re aiming to make the counties of Berger, Passaic, and Essex roach-free with our full pest control services in these regions.

New Day Pest Control is the most trusted pest control service in the area, offering pest control and roach extermination in New Jersey.

Contact us today for a free estimate and have the peace of mind that comes with using the best service around including a SAME DAY pest control service!