Spiders, ants, cockroaches, and perhaps rodents among others are common pests to home and businesses that few are not always surprised to see in their homes or businesses. However, there are occasional invaders such as centipedes, earwigs, and silverfish, that are more of a nuisance, but can cause their share of damage. Being likely to cause damage to some extent and the unsanitary conditions, most pests, including the occasional invaders, are never welcomed. Though the occasional invaders are not menacing, the damage they can potentially cause is frustrating. Until the numbers get out of hand, more often than not, people do not notice these infestations. We at All-Rite Pest Control would like to further expound on silverfish as the occasional invaders are likely to show up in Kentucky homes.
What Do Silverfish Look Like?
Being identified by the three long bristles on the rear, silverfish average ½ and ¾ inches in length and are teardrop-shaped bodied insects. Being commonly brown-gray and bluish-silver, their coloring is dull and plain to give them more of advantage to blend in the area. They do not require the moisture to survive and can adapt to nearly any climate, the do require moisture to flourish, making them most likely inhabiting the kitchens, attics, and bathrooms, however, they can be spotted area in the house.
What Do Silverfish Eat that Causes Damage?
Unopened packaged goods, dead insects, starches, carbohydrates, linens, silk, shampoos, glue in book binding, and other residues are included in the silverfish’s diet. Their insatiable appetite causes damage to destroy clothes, vintage clothing, wallpaper, books, and other valuables.
How Do Silverfish Get in Your House
Under door frames, cracks in the foundation, through torn screens, and other methods is how silverfish typically intrude. Those who follow a more dedicated housekeeping regime are less likely to deal with silverfish as they are more attracted to filthy dishes left in the sink and other neglected cleaning aspects. Additionally, silverfish are inadvertently brought into homes through plastic containers and cardboard boxes.
Do Silverfish Bite? Are these Insects Harmful?
Although they can potentially trigger allergies to those sensitive to them, silverfish are not a serious health risk. silverfish are not known to bite humans and do not carry diseases. Carpet beetles especially, and other predatory insects can be attracted to silverfish.
Signs of Silverfish Infestation
A silverfish infestation is seeing tiny pepper-like feces around damp corners or damaged clothing, wallpaper, and books. When they are crawling along tubs, sinks, and cardboard boxes is when these nocturnal insects are discovered since the silverfish are very secretive and are not likely to be seen until their numbers get out of control.
How to Prevent & Get Rid of Silverfish
Because the nymphs will develop quicker in optimal climates, as mentioned, the silverfish thrive in humid climates. They require little to survive, as they are very adaptable, controlling the damp areas in your home can slow down their reproductivity. Especially getting the dishes done and keeping the surfaces of the floor and countertops cleaned, ensure to manage the housekeeping as well. Make certain the trash bins are covered and your food supply is well secure in pest-proof containers. Install quality screens in front of the windows and repair any cracks and gaps in the foundation and structure as well make certain the home is well-sealed with weather stripping around the doors. Before bringing them inside your home as well to minimize silverfish intrusion, inspect packages and second hand items.
Occasional Invader Pest Control
Contact All-Rite Pest Control and let our experts get your home protected and eliminate the threat in the event you suspect silverfish or want defensive barriers in place.
It seems that black widow spiders are feared by most people, and it is easy to understand why. While their bite usually isn’t fatal to humans, they are venomous and can easily send a person to the hospital! In fact, they are known as the most venomous spiders in North America. Why would anyone want these in or around their homes? All-Rite Pest Control delve into black widow spiders and how to keep your loved ones safe.
Black Widow Spider Identification
Black widow spiders get their name from the females’ appearance and habit of eating their mates. These female spiders are shiny and black with a red hourglass marking on the underside of their abdomen. This marking can also be orange-yellow. They are about 1.5 inches long, while the males are about half this size. The males also have a lighter color with red or pink spots on their backs.
Where Do Black Widow Spiders Live?
Black widows can be found in temperate regions around the world. In the United States, they are mostly found in the South and West areas of the country. They typically make dark, dry shelters their home. These include places like barns, garages, basements, trash, and dense vegetation.
What Do Black Widow Spiders Eat?
For food, black widows eat other arachnids and insects they catch in their webs. They have been found to eat flies, mosquitoes, grasshoppers, beetles, and caterpillars. Once the spider has caught prey in its web, it uses its “comb feet” to wrap it in silk. After this, it will puncture it with its fangs and inject digestive enzymes. These liquefy the corpse so that the spider can suck up the fluid.
Blck Widow Spider Lifespan
Black widows are mostly solitary, except in late spring when mating occurs. After mating, the female spider often kills and eats the male. This explains the males’ short lifespans of only one or two months, while the females can live up to three years. The female spiders create papery egg sacs. These have between 200 and 900 eggs each. They hatch after about 30 days, and the baby spiders are cannibalistic. This means that few of them can survive the three-month development to adulthood.
Can You Die from a Black Widow Spider Bite?
A black widow’s venom is 15 times stronger than a rattlesnake’s. They only bite humans when they are disturbed, and only the female venom is dangerous. The bite feels like a pinprick and leaves two faint red puncture wounds. Symptoms of a bite usually start between 20 minutes and an hour after being bitten. They include pain and stiffness in the bite area as well as abdominal cramping, chills, fever, and nausea. Death usually only occurs from black widow bites in people who are very young, very old, or sick. If you are bitten, seek medical attention to receive black widow antivenom.
How to Prevent Black Widow Spiders in My House & Yard
Following are some tips to prevent black widows from setting up camp at your property:
• Eliminate their food source by using regular pest control to avoid an insect infestation.
• Use gloves when working outside.
• Remove clutter and keep things off the floor in storage areas.
• Seal cracks and crevices around your home.
• Trim vegetation and clean up debris around your yard.
If you are already seeing black widows around your home or noticing messy and irregular webs near ground level, you could be dealing with an infestation. Call All-Rite Pest Control so that we can take care of your situation safely.
There are lots of pests that can be found in and around your home. The majority of the pests that people are fearful of are the ones that you sometimes see lurking around. The ones that are scariest to have around for most people include spiders, rats, mice and cockroaches. These are all standard pests that you might have trying to invade your home and get in your food, clutter and walls etc. When you allow any of these types of pests to get in your house they can start to create an infestation. That is why most people will call for pest control services. Technicians can come out and treat the house to make sure that your home is protected from the most common to the unique pests that you might be dealing with. There are some more obscure pests that you may not realize are a problem but you should know more about. One of those pests are clothes moths that might be in your home right now. All-Rite Pest Control outlines what clothes moths are and what you can do about them.
What Do Clothes Moths Look Like?
When it comes to pests that are sneaky and can go unnoticed for some time, clothes moths are one of them. There are usually about two types of clothes moths you may end up with in your home. There are webbing and casemaking moths that are the most commonly found. They are a pest that are small enough that they are hard to notice they are even there. They are both close to an inch in length and are found around clothing and other textiles. The webbing cloth moth is a single color and is usually a creamy light color. The casemaking moth has some spots that are usually brown in color on their wings.
What Attracts Clothes Moths?
Clothes moths are attracted to dark, warm and humid spaces as well as dirty clothing (particularlly unwashed items that may have food residue to lingering body oils.
Signs of Clothes Moth Infestation
There are pests that are found in homes that can cause some damage. Termites and carpenter ants will damage the wood inside the walls and on the deck of your home. Rats and mice can destroy the wiring and the insulation in the house. Other pests infest your food and damage surfaces with their feces and urine. When it comes to moths they are hiding in and among your clothes and chewing through the fabric. When you realize you have cloth moths it is usually when you grab your favorite sweater out of the closet and it has holes in it. These holes are usually caused by a cloth moth. You can check other pieces of clothes to determine how much damage has been caused.
How to Get Rid of Clothes Moths
These are a pest that you want to make sure you call out a professional for. They are attracted to clothing and you can’t just get rid of the clothes in the house. You have to have a treatment that is intended to remove the moths from your home and protect your materials.
All-Rite Pest Control can come out to your house and treat for unwanted pests including clothes moths. Call us today to make your appointment.
Over the years you may have been told many different old wives’ tales. Old wives’ tales are superstitions or traditional beliefs that are regarded as unscientific or incorrect. They are passed down from one generation to the next by word of mouth. Sometimes it can be hard to know if some of the things that you have been told are factual or simply old wives’ tales. Today All-Rite Pest Control is going to help you determine if something that you may have heard about cats and mice is an old wives’ tale or an actual fact. You may have heard over the years that if you have mice on your property that getting a cat will help you get rid of them. Is that true?
What Do Cats Do when They Catch a Mouse?
Cats have extremely strong hunting instincts. They are hardwired to pursue things that they can chase. They love to hunt for things. You may not know that cats do not always eat their prey once they catch it. Half of the fun for the cat is simply the chase. Studies have shown that domesticated cats rarely eat their prey. Hunting is excellent exercise for cats. It also helps keep them alert. This leads us to the question of whether or not cats will eat a mouse if they catch it. Cats do indeed love to chase mice. Mice are extremely hard to catch. The cat and mouse game that goes on between these two animals has actually turned into an old adage that people use to describe certain activities. When a cat catches a mouse that is normally the end of the game for them. They will simply let the mice go after they have caught it and then find their food and water that their owner provided for them when they are hungry.
Cat Scent for Mice
Mice do not like to be chased by cats. If they see that there is a cat on your property that is chasing their fellow mouse friends they may choose to vacate your property simply so they do not get chased. Some studies have shown that just the smell of a cat on your property will prevent mice from nesting on your property.
So is the old wives’ tale about cats and mice true? It can be true but it is not always a guarantee. You may end up with a cat that does not like to chase mice because it is too lazy. You may end up with mice that are not scared of cats. Since all animals are different you simply do not know what you are going to end up with if you try this method of rodent control. All-Rite Pest Control does have one guarantee for you though. If you have mice on your property calling us to help you get rid of them will work every time. Our trained technicians are experts on rodent and pest management strategies. We can come out and develop a plan that is guaranteed to help you get rid of the mice on your property.
Here at All-Rite Pest Control we are lucky to have Tom Myers with us. Tom Myers is a Board Certified Entomologist. In his studies of insects he has come into contact with thousands of different insects. One of the insects that he has studied is the beetle. You may be surprised to know that there are over 350,000 different species of beetles on the earth. Today we are going to focus on just one of those species – the carpet beetle.
What Do Carpet Beetles Eat?
As their name implies, carpet beetles like to infest carpets. Adult carpet beetles feed on flower pollen. Baby carpet beetles are the ones that actually feed on carpet. They feed on materials that contain keratin, a fibrous animal protein that are easy for them to digest. Keratin is found in wool, fur, felt, silk, feathers, skins, and leather. Cotton and synthetic fabrics are not frequently infested unless they are blended with wool or they have become heavily soiled with body oils or food stains. Carpet beetles will not only infest carpet, they will also infest furniture, rugs, sweaters, scarves, coats, blankets, rugs, comforters, and toys.
What Do Carpet Beetles Look Like?
Next we are going to tell you what carpet beetles look like. Carpet beetles are about 1/10 to 1/8 of an inch long as adults. They are black, white and yellow in color. Some species of carpet beetles will have an orange coloration as well. Most frequently they are black though. Carpet beetles are shaped like an oval.
Signs of Caret Beetles in Your Home
How will you know if you have carpet beetles in your home? Unfortunately carpet beetle infestations go unnoticed for long periods of time. You may see carpet beetles flying to lights or crawling on surfaces. Most people actually notice the damage they are causing before they see the carpet beetles themselves. They chew holes in items throughout your home. Many people notice signs of carpet beetles around the edges of their rugs and carpet. You may also notice holes in some clothing items. As they eat they shed their skin so that they can keep growing. You may notice the skin that they have shed around your home as well.
Carpet Beetle Prevention
There are a few different things that you can do to prevent a carpet beetle infestation. You will want to frequently vacuum all of the carpet and rugs throughout your home. You should also wash your clothing, bedding, and blankets on a regular basis. Valuable items that you do not use as often you will want to store in plastic bags or containers.
Once you notice you have a carpet beetle infestation you will want to get it under control right away. You will want to wash any clothing items that were next to the clothing items that they ate holes through. Wash all of the bedding and blankets in your home in case they are hiding there. You will also want to call All-Rite Pest Control to come out and help you with this endeavor. Successfully getting rid of carpet beetles and other pests is a task that our experts can definitely help you with.
There are quite a few pests that find the pantry a paradise for feasting, such as rodents, ants, flies, and roaches for example. However, there are quite a few pests that are less obvious that invade the stash of food in your pantry. Most of the pests are even packaged and sent home in the food itself. Today, we at All-Rite Pest Control would like to share a handful of the common pantry pests to be on the lookout for.
Types of Pantry Pests; Weevils, Moths & Beetles
The food staples found in our pantries and cupboards, such as cereals, flours, herbs, chocolates, dried fruits, among others, attract little pests. Going unnoticed, these pests devour your food supply, reproduce, and become a nauseating infestation. These pests include the moths, beetles, and weevils. Discovered contaminating your cereals and flour, and other similar products are weevils generally, though moths are also culprits. The moths typically prefer chocolates, dried fruits, and dry pet food varieties. Saw-toothed grain beetles are usually the pests taking over the pasta, flours, and cereals, but more can be easily be contaminated these foods. Herbs and spices are generally assaulted by Cigarette beetles and/or drugstore beetles as they are prone to plant matter.
How Do Pantry Bugs Get in Our Kitchen Cabinets?
Initially, pantry pests are introduced to your home in the packaging of your food. These pests are already lingering in the food you purchased and brought home since infesting the packaged food at the originating processing plants, or the warehouse, delivery vehicles, and on some occasions, the retail stores the food travels to where these pests are already infesting. The longer the packaged food rests, the more likely it will attract these types of pests.
Pantry Beetle & Moth Life Cycle
Beetles and moths have 4 stages as they mature during their life. They start at the egg, hatch to larvae, evolve to the pupa stage, and eventually become adults. In any of these 4 stages, they can be inhibiting your food. More often than not, the eggs are too tiny too see and go unnoticed. Once the larvae hatch and continue to evolve is when they become a more serious problem.
List of Stored Food Pests
The list below is the most common, but not limited to the following pantry pests:
Merchant grain beetle (Oryzaephilus Mercator) are likely infesting the flour, meal, nuts, cereals, pasta, cracked seeds, and seed dust.
Maize weevil (Sitophilus zeamais) are drawn to millet, rye, beans, whole grains, rice, corn, bird seed, and caked meal.
Indian meal moth (Plodia interpunctella) will be attracted to the dried fruits, powdered milk, candies, dried red peppers, seeds, crackers, nuts, dry pet food, meal, and cracked corn as well as grains and grain products.
Granary weevil (Sitophilus granaries) infiltrate foods such as corn, beans, millet, rye, bird seed, rice, caked meal, and whole grains.
Drugstore beetle (Stegobium paniceum) primarily eat the pepper, flour, spices, meal, cereals, and dry pet foods.
Rice weevil (Sitophilus oryzae) will be likely discovered in the rye, beans, bird seed, whole rice, corn, grains, millet, and caked meal packaging.
Red flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum) feast on cereals, flour, and meal.
Confused flour beetle (Tribolium confusum) devour flour, cereals, and meal.
Saw-toothed grain beetle (Oryzaephilus surinamensis) are likely to be seen in flour, meal, cereals, pasta, nuts, seed dust, and cracked seeds.
Cigarette beetle (Lasioderma serricorne) often indulge in pepper, seeds, dates, spices, rice, ginger, raisins, dried flowers and other dried botanicals.
Pantry Pest Control
There are many other examples of pantry pests. When you discover these pests, call All-Rite Pest Control and let our certified experts do the rest.
During the holiday season families travel more frequently than any other time of year. The holidays bring families and friends together as they excitedly gather together to make memories. Sometimes you may be the one doing the traveling and other times you are the one hosting the guests. Either way you are likely at an increased risk of having bed bugs find their way into your home this holiday season.
What Do Bed Bugs Look Like?
Let’s start by talking about what bed bugs are and what they look like. Bed bugs get their name because they like to feed on humans while they are sleeping in their beds. Bed bugs can be found anywhere that people gather. Adult bed bugs are about 3/16 of an inch long. Their small size makes them hard to see unless you are really looking for them. When bed bugs are hungry they are mahogany in color. Once they have eaten they change to a red-brown color. Baby bed bugs are practically colorless. They have 6 legs and antennae. Before they eat they are flat, broad oval in shape. After they eat they become swollen and elongated.
Where Do Bed Bugs Hide On Your Body During the Day?
Bed bugs like to hide in extremely small cracks and crevices that are close to humans. As their name implies, the prefer to live in your bed if possible. They are also frequently found behind baseboards, wallpaper, upholstery, and in furniture. Bed bugs will do their best to find a way to travel from place to place. They are excellent at getting into your luggage and traveling to your destination with you. As they travel to their new location they are able to survive quite well.
Bed Bugs Feed at Night
They are nocturnal creatures. They will come out at night to find their next meal. Bed bugs have a unique eating schedule. Unlike humans they only need to have a meal every 5 to 10 days. When they are ready for a meal it takes them about 5-10 minutes to emerge themselves with blood. After they eat they will hide in a secluded place until they need another meal.
How to Prevent Bed Bug Bites
You can take some steps to prevent you from being bitten by a bed bug. You will want to check any pieces of furniture before you bring them into your home. Bed bugs like to hide in the seams of furniture so take extra care when looking at those for signs of bed bugs. You will also want to check your luggage before you bring it in from any trips you take. Bed bugs may have found a way to hitch a ride on your luggage to your home. If you are careful you will be able to find them and clean them off of your luggage.
How Do You Get Bed Bugs in the First Place?
Sometimes bed bugs find their way into your homes despite your best efforts. If you have guests coming for the holidays they may unknowingly bring them into your home. You will want to wash your sheets before and after your guests stay at your home. Vacuuming your home frequently will also help. If you have a lot of clutter in your home it will give the bed bugs a place to live. Reducing clutter in your home can help keep bed bugs at bay.
Bed Bug Inspections & Treatment
Hopefully using the knowledge that we have shared with you today about bed bugs can help prevent them from infesting your home. If you do end up with bed bugs All-Rite Pest Control can help you get rid of them. Give us a call today.
Nearly every corner of the world has rodents to contend with. Rats and mice, the more common rodents, are highly likely to be carrying disease and their destruction can cost homeowners and businesses thousands of dollars in repair. Though rodents will invade if the opportunity arises all year long, they tend to be more active in slipping indoors during the fall, as the food and water becomes scarcer. Being highly adaptable, once they manage to get indoors, rodents will stay indefinitely. To help recognize the rodent infestation in or near your Kentucky home or business, we at All-Rite Pest Control would like to take the opportunity to briefly discuss the three most common rodents, being the deer mouse, house mice and Norway rats.
With large ears, black beady eyes, and a pointed nose, these mice can be identifying with the bicolored fur of light brownish-reddish colors on top and white underbelly and feet. These mice average 3 inches in length. Deer mice prefer to avoid humans, however, they will invade buildings out of necessity, if they do, they will nest in attics, basements, or crawl spaces to stay out of sight. Tree holes, hollow logs, or piles of stones or logs is where they will nest outdoors. Their diet is primarily herbivores which includes nuts, seeds, small fruits, berries, and they will also eat insects. Indoors, they will eat pet food or human scraps.
From the tip of their nose to the end of their, house mice average about 7 inches in length and weigh up to an ounce. Their bellies are lighter colors, and they are covered in short hair that varies from light brown, gray, to black in color. Not as dense as the rest of the body, the fur is sparsely found the tail and ear. To access your home or business, mice only need hole or crack the size of a dime. When the weather is extreme or they need to escape predators, they will seek indoor shelter. Attics and basements as well as in wall voids and voids under cabinets is where they usually nest once inside the breach indoors. House mice are opportunistic eaters and will eat nearly anything, though they prefer seeds and nuts.
It is believed Norway rats originated from Asia; they are found nearly everywhere in the world making Norway rats are a common problem. With their powerful gnawing abilities, these rats can be especially destructive as they have been the culprits of gnawed through lead and plastic piping to get to water. With a shorter scaly tail and a blunt muzzle, their nose and ears are shorter than other rat species. The scattered black hairs throughout the coloring is commonly noticed in their brownish or grayish coarse fur. Norway rats average 10-11 ¾ ounces in weight and average 12 ½ – 18 ½ inches in length and their tail can make up 5 ¾ – 8 ½ inches
If you suspect any rodent activity in your Kentucky home, call All-Rite Pest Control and let our certified professionals eliminate the rodent infestation quickly and efficiently.
If you are like many other people you have a healthy fear of spiders. It seems that these eight legged arachnids are among the most feared of all the pests. They are a pest that you might find frightening to come across when trying to get in your house or creating a web in your garden but most of them are no cause for alarm. They are a pest that actually will feed on other pests that might be hanging around your home and yard. There are some spiders that have venom that can be dangerous but not very often are they fatal to a healthy individual. Most spiders are more afraid of you then you are of them. You want to make sure that you understand that types of spiders that you could end up seeing when the weather changes. One that is coming out happens to be the wolf spider. All-Rite Pest Control outlines what you need to know about wolf spiders.
What is a Wolf Spider?
When it comes to spiders that have a scary look and could send just about anyone running, the wolf spider is it. They are a spider that can be recognized from other spiders by their robust and thick shape. They happen to have a larger body with shorter legs that tend to be quite thick and make them look very large and a bit menacing. They also usually have hair on their body as well as their legs which is why they are sometimes thought to be a tarantula. They are typically brown or grey in color and have some markings along the back of their abdomen. The wolf spider is one that can reach around one and half inches in length and with their thick nature can be considered large. They also have a set of fangs that is the reason that they were named the wolf spider. They have venom but as long as you are not allergic the danger is very minimal.
Where Do Wolf Spiders Live & What Attracts Them in the House?
You might think that to spot a spider you can look for their web as a first sign. The difference with a wolf spider is that they do not create a web and actually spend the majority of their time in the ground. They hunt for prey that is found crawling around the ground in your garden, rocks, patio or home. They will find a place to hide away and when the time is right pounce on an unsuspecting pest like a cricket or cockroach. During the cold weather of winter, wolf spiders often seek shelter in our warm homes.
How to Prevent Wolf Spiders in My Home?
The first and most accurate way to keep wolf spiders away from your home is to have pest control. They are out there looking for food and if you are allowing other pests to hang around your house you are in turn attracting wolf spiders. When you remove the food source the wolf spider will be forced to move along. You can also make sure that you home has a barrier and is sealed so that the spiders are not able to find a spot to hide and nest.
All-Rite Pest Control can come out to your house and treat for unwanted pests. Call us today!
More than 50 species of cockroaches can be found across the United States. There are several species in the Kentucky borders, however, the most common include Brown-banded, German and American cockroaches. Where all of the roaches are a nuisance, and even a health risk from the diseases they spread as well as allergies and asthma they trigger, German cockroaches are a troubling issue. We at All-Rite Pest Control would like a moment to elaborate on German Cockroaches.
German Cockroach Identification
Houses, apartments, restaurants, hotels, and other businesses can experience invading German roaches as they are a widely distributed urban pest. German roaches feature two dark parallel lines that run from the back of the head to the wings and the primary color ranges from tan to light brown. The length averages from ½ inch to 5/8 of an inch. German cockroaches remain flightless despite having fully developed wings. These cockroaches depend on warmer, moist climates. Due to the preferences and requirements, when they infiltrate inside your home, they are drawn to laundry rooms, bathrooms, and kitchens, particularly close or under appliances and plumbing.
Diet of German Cockroaches
Being omnivorous, German roaches will eat nearly anything, but they are more prone starches, sweets, meats and greasy foods. For their primary food source, German roaches tend to frequent garbage bins. Their usual behavior is conducting their activity nocturnally. However, if the need for food and water is severe, they will search for sustenance during the day. Also, their activities are not limited to the night hours if the population is high or there was recent application of pesticides.
Why are German Cockroaches Hard to Get Rid Of?
German cockroaches are capable of concealing themselves in more places than others since they are one of the smaller roach species. They can prove to be a challenge to eliminate due to their persistence. They can infest areas more rapidly than other species due to them having more eggs per capsule. Requiring the shortest time period to evolve from hatching to being sexually mature that contribute to the rapid infestation, these roaches need an expert to eliminate them.
Health Problems Caused By German Cockroaches
German roaches secrete odors that effect the flavor in different foods, and most do not realize this. Diseases such as protozoans, bacteria, and viruses are common as the German cockroach’s body is frequently riddled with disease-producing organism. Different forms of gastroenteritis are the principal diseases transmitted by German cockroach and they include food poisoning, dysentery, diarrhea, and other illnesses. Because these roaches forage and travel, they pick the organisms causing these diseases up on their legs, which is then inadvertently deposited on food, utensils, and other surfaces. Depending on people’s sensitivity, German cockroaches are a known allergen, and various degrees of skin rashes, watery eyes, congestion of nasal passages, sneezing, along with asthma that is triggered from the cast skins and feces if cockroaches.
Should you notice these problematic cockroaches, or any other pest in your Kentucky home, call All-Rite Pest Control and let our certified technicians take care of your home. Our experts use high-quality products and advanced equipment to ensure the roaches are eliminated. Contact us today!