Rodent & Roaches

Rodents and roaches are two of the most common pests that our Lubbock pest control experts have worked with. When a pest control issue is first noticed, the situation can seem overwhelming. Here at Zeroach, we have the experience and professionalism to make the process as stress-free and timely as possible.

Knowing what to look for when rodents or roaches invade your home or business is the first step in identifying potential problems. Below are common signs of a roach or rodent infestation that can be controlled with the help of our professionals.

Signs of Rodent Infestation

Rodent infestations can go unnoticed for a long time if you do not know the signs.

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    DROPPINGS

    Rodent droppings around food packages, in drawers or cupboards, and under the sink.

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    NESTING

    Nesting material such as shredded paper, fabric, or dried plant matter.

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    CHEWING

    Signs of chewing on food packaging.

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    HOLES

    Holes chewed through walls and floors create entry points into the house.

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    SMELL

    Stale smells coming from hidden areas.

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Signs Of Roach Infestation

A cockroach infestation is usually first noticed when a roach is visibly spotted but there are other signs that point to a potential problem.

  • Roach droppings are more rounded and rigid
  • Dead roaches or exoskeletons in or around the house
  • A musty, mildew like odor that is present when cockroaches congregate in large numbers

How Zeroach Can Help

As soon as you contact us with concerns, we will take immediate action to schedule a consultation. After we assess the situation, estimates for our services will be presented as well as a timeline. We take pride in our ability to handle our client’s needs and requests in a timely fashion that works well with your schedule.

An infestation can seem overwhelming, but with Zeroach on your side, zero roaches will survive.

Other Common Lubbock Pests

Roaches and RodentsTermitesBed BugsMosquitoesScorpionsAnts