Professional pest control services have comprehensive, targeted cockroach extermination methods to make the property immune to future infestation. At Tom’s Pest Control, we begin the procedure with a cockroach inspection at the infested property. This helps us confirm the extent of the infestation, the reasons for the infestation, and the hideouts of the cockroaches. Based on the inspection results, we apply non-toxic and eco-friendly gel baiting on the hideouts of the cockroaches, behind hinges of doors, cracks, and below sinks to kill cockroaches. Additionally, we use special types of cockroach traps to eliminate the pest from the space. Finally, we secure any exterior openings and advise specific property sanitation tips to the property owners to minimise the risks of future infestation.
The cockroach treatment cost in Perth can be between $150 to $330, we decide the cost of the service based on the property type and level of the cockroach infestation. For residential properties, the cost of cockroach pest control usually comes between $300-500. You can use our online quote form to let us know the cockroach issues at your property and get an upfront FREE quote for pest control. Importantly, you should get professional cockroach control as soon as you notice the signs of infestation. Keep in mind that cockroaches multiply in large numbers and have excellent survival skills. Getting early pest control minimises the cost and the mental trauma due to the infestation.
Gel baiting is a highly effective treatment option to eliminate cockroaches quickly and efficiently. You can also use cockroach dust to get rid of the filthy pest from your environment. If you want to do some DIY cockroach control techniques, you can use boric acid as the chemical can instantly kill cockroaches. You can also make use of baits and sprays to address less complex cockroach infestation issues. It is important that you ensure proper maintenance and good hygiene of your space all the time as the pest prefers to live in filthy environments. If you notice any unsecured openings at your property, either seal or repair them to prevent the access of the cockroaches to your space in future.
You can eliminate the current cockroach population in your environment and minimise future infestation risks through a number of procedures. Before beginning the treatment, identify all the cockroach hideouts at your property – under the sink, corners of cabinets, behind doors, in bathroom cabinets, and more. You can apply boric acid to the hideouts to kill and eliminate cockroaches from your environment. Using a mix of baking soda and sugar is another great way to kill cockroaches. You can also prepare neem or peppermint sprays – mixing with water – to eliminate cockroaches from your space. Finally, secure any exterior openings and ensure regular property sanitation to minimise future infestation.