American Gisborne Native Black German
Their wide distribution and close association with humans, coupled with the high frequency with which they carry human diseases, in and on their bodies, have given them a very high pest status in most parts of the world
Generally speaking, cockroaches common to New Zealand are nocturnal and omnivore feeders, and can transmit diseases and bacteria pathogens such as salmonella. In addition, they can cause skin irritations, allergic reactions and breathing difficulties.
The cockroach has a life cycle consisting of three distinct stages: egg, nymph, and adult. The specific elements of the life cycle vary according to species, however. The female can lay 5-30 egg sacs containing 12-40 eggs, which can make them difficult to get rid of once they have entered a home or residential property.
Dealing with this pest
Effective eradication requires an understanding of the type of cockroach that's in your home, what they need to survive and how to exterminate or exclude them.
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How to get rid of cockroaches in your home
To get rid of cockroaches for a sustained period, and ward off re-infestations, a professional cockroach control system handled by a licensed professional is needed.
We use a combination of products not only to kill the roaches but also to break the life cycle, no one product will do the job, in some cases both interior and exteriors need to be treated.