The dreaded German Cockroach pose many health problems and illnesses in which they carry on their bodies and in their feces. The most common illness and health problems associated with having roaches are Salmonella Poisoning, Asthma Attacks, Diarrhea, and Dysentery.

German Cockroaches seek environments in which to breed. The female German Cockroach can carry as many as 40 eggs at a time, producing up to three or four generations in a single year. The German Cockroach can produce infestation of towering proportions in as little as three months. A suitable breeding site will consist very simply of food, water, humidity, warmth, and a secure breeding place. Areas where these qualities are often found are in the bathrooms, kitchens, basements, boiler rooms, and sewers. All these areas have water networks and humidity in common which roaches like.

Roaches are very difficult to eradicate due to their toughness. They are a naturally nocturnal pest that has a keen ability to quickly adapt to almost any surrounding. Kaw Valley Exterminator helps you eliminate these pests by completing chemical treatments in a series of regular inspections and follow ups. A roach problem can take up to a few months to be completely rid of them. They do not appear overnight nor can they be eradicated overnight. After the first treatment, you may notice an increase in roach activity due to them trying to escape the solution in place. Soon, you should start to notice the roach population decreasing, fluctuating a little due to the hatching of already lain eggs that may be hatching. This is why we recommend monthly follow up treatments until they are eradicated or the roaches may try to re-infest and we must start the treatment process all over again.

Customer safety and satisfaction are our priority at Kaw Valley Exterminator and we are pleased to be of service to you in any situation you may have.