Cockroaches are ubiquitous in densely-populated urban areas like New York City. Roaches manage to get inside our homes in a number of ways, and knowing where to look and what to do to keep them out will help keep your home cockroach-free.
Spotting a baby roach is often a warning sign of a larger infestation hiding somewhere in your home. In this article, we’ll help explain what baby cockroaches look like and how to identify them — so that you can protect your home and your sanity from these pests.
As if seeing a cockroach isn’t terrifying enough, imagining them biting you in your sleep is already the stuff of nightmares. But luckily, although roaches might technically be capable of biting humans, they only do so in extremely rare situations.
Cockroaches don’t need lavish spreads of food to feed on. Stray vegetables or scraps left on dirty dishes are enough to keep them around your home. Depending on the environment they are living in, they will eat whatever organic material they can find that gives them the nutrients they need to survive.
As the weather gets cooler this fall, indoor pest activity is bound to increase. This is part of many pests’ natural “overwintering” cycle- that is, the way plants and animals survive the colder weather. Here are some common fall pests you might catch in your apartment this season.
As a business owner or manager in New York City, have you ever wondered why businesses seem to spend so much time and money dealing with pest control?