We are skilled and experienced in Cockroach Fumigation, Cockroach infestations, professional Cockroach fumigation and permanent Cockroach removal around Sydney. Our skilled technicians are continually trained on all of the latest and most effective cockroach fumigation and removal.
Why Choose Our Fumigation ?
✓ No Smell after treatment ✓ We use high quality products safe for human & Plants ✓ 100% Safe and environmentally friendly ✓ You Can Stay Home while we are spraying ✓ Free Inspection With any Treatment ✓ Free Pest Identification ✓ Free Quotes and Free Advice ✓ Free Report After Treatment ✓ We deal with any type of pests ✓ Our job is guaranteed for best results ✓ We provide Certificates for Council Purposes
Experienced Dealing With
✓ Houses ✓ Apartments ✓ Restaurants
✓ Clubs ✓ Nursing Homes ✓ Hospitals
✓ Cafe's ✓ Hotels ✓ Motels
✓ Schools ✓ Childcares ✓ Warehouses
Our Platinum Fumigation Covers
Extensive spray covers interior, exterior, roof, garage, fence, around windows & gutters, shed and under the house. Pests included:
Mice & Rats
Ways We Do Fumigation Treatment
Spray around rooms and bathrooms
Gel inside kitchen cupboards
Dust powder inside roof
Dust inside cracks and gaps under the sink
Spray back and front of your house
Spray or dust powder under the house.
Spray around windows and gutters
Rodent bait under the house or inside roof
Smoky Brown Cockroach
Brown Banded Cockroach
What You Should Know:
Entry: Cockroaches can enter your home in many different ways, from the outside through cracks and crevices, vents, sewer and drain pipes. We even bring them in on products like grocery bags, boxes, purses and in person!
Ideal environment: Your home is an ideal breeding ground for certain pest species of cockroaches. With plenty of food, warmth, water and nesting sites, they can remain active all year round.
Reproduction: Cockroaches reproduce quickly. For every one you see there can be many, many more hiding and multiplying behind your walls.
Evasiveness: Because cockroaches typically are nocturnal, if you’ve seen one, you probably haven’t seen them all. The few cockroaches you see by day could mean they were likely forced out by overcrowding; a possible sign of severe infestation.
Allergies/Asthma: The debris created by cast-off cockroach skins, dead bodies and droppings can aggravate allergies, especially in children and sensitive individuals.
Within three to seven days after mating, cockroach females produce egg cases known as oothecae. Each ootheca contains approximately 15 embryos. Adult females produce between six and 14 oothecae in one lifetime. After carrying the egg case on the tip of her abdomen for hours to a couple of days, the female deposits it in a hidden location. It adheres to the surface of its new location through the female’s saliva. Under good conditions and optimal temperatures, immature cockroaches, also known as nymphs, will emerge within 24 to 38 days. As they grow, nymphs undergo metamorphosis. They do this by shedding their exoskeleton. By the time they are adult roaches, this will happen 10 to 13 times. At each molt, they appear more and more like adults. After undergoing their final molt, they are equipped with wings and reproductive capabilities. This process spans between six months to over a year. cockroaches live for approximately one year. The length of the cockroach’s life is dependent upon environment, diet and other conditions. Favorable conditions lead to rapid population growth, while unfavorable conditions cause adult cockroaches to develop more slowly or to die prematurely.