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If you are dealing with a cockroach infestation in Hartford, CT or surrounding areas, the time to take action is now so give us a call. Richland Pest & Bee is here for all your Connecticut pest control needs, especially cockroach extermination. These pests are a major concern to homeowners and business owners alike. There are several common cockroaches here in the United States which include the American, German, and Oriental.

We will help identify which pest is causing distress so contact us today so we can remedy your cockroach infestation in Connecticut. We will perform cockroach removal services as soon as possible because these pests are particularly harmful and need to be taken care of due to the reasons below:

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Facts about cockroaches

    • Cockroaches carry germs and diseases so if you find these pests, contact Richland Pest & Bee right away. Cockroaches carry a host of diseases and bacteria that can cause food poisoning, dysentery, vomiting, diarrhea and other unfortunate side effects.

    • Cockroaches can be a menace because these pests can hide almost anywhere as they are common in places like bathrooms and kitchens. Exterminating cockroaches is vital, so as soon as you notice them, contact us. 

    • Cockroach infestations can be particularly dangerous because they reproduce rapidly. This is a major reason as to why immediate attention is needed to perform pest control for cockroaches. 

    • These household and commercial pests contribute to allergy/asthma symptoms. Cockroach excrement and cast skins contain allergens that can cause skin rashes, watery eyes, sneezing and other reactions — including asthma — in certain individuals.

Get Rid of Roaches at Your Home or Business

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At Richland Pest & Bee Control, our primary goal is keeping your home or business in CT pest-free. We offer professional cockroach control delivered by licensed and trained exterminators who know how to safely and effectively treat your pest problem. Let us formulate a plan for cockroach removal and we’ll be sure to rid your home or business of these CT pests!

To learn more about eliminating cockroaches and our cockroach treatment services in Hartford, Waterbury, New Haven, and beyond, give the team at Richland Pest & Bee Control a call today at 1-800-308-9126. You can also request a free estimate on roach control using the form at the bottom of the page


Richland Pest & Bee Control has helped get rid of cockroaches in homes and businesses throughout Connecticut including Avon, Bristol, Cromwell, East Hartford, East Haven, East Windsor, Farmington Valley, Hamden, Hartford, Hebron, Manchester, Meriden, Naugatuck, New Britain, New Hartford, New Haven, North Haven, Shelton, Southbury, Southington, Stafford, Suffield, Tolland, Trumbull, Vernon, Wallingford, Waterbury, West Hartford, West Haven, Windsor, Windsor Locks, Woodbury, and all surrounding areas of Connecticut since 1974.

frequently asked questions about cockroaches control

Click through the questions below to learn more about cockroaches control and treatment options from Richland Pest & Bee Control. If you have any additional questions, feel free to reach out by contacting us online, or giving us a call at 1-800-308-9126.

Cockroach control refers to the process of managing and eliminating cockroach infestations. It is necessary to prevent the spread of diseases, maintain hygiene, and avoid structural damage caused by these pests.

Once the current infestation is reduced, Richland will perform a thorough exclusion inspection and will go over what we do, why we do it, and what to expect. We know it is important to protect your property and family – which is why we will always be thorough and transparent.

Pest control for cockroaches is highly effective when carried out by professionals using appropriate techniques, chemicals, and monitoring.

Cockroaches are best controlled through a combination of sanitation, exclusion, monitoring, and targeted pesticide application.

Yes, controlling cockroaches in food establishments is crucial, as they pose a significant health risk and can contaminate food sources.

The German cockroach is considered difficult to control due to its high reproductive rate and resistance to some pesticides.

Cockroach control treatments involve a combination of inspection, sanitation, exclusion, and targeted application of pesticides to eliminate infestations.

Signs of a cockroach infestation include live or dead cockroaches, droppings, egg cases, a musty odor, and damage to materials.

The frequency of cockroach control treatments depends on the severity of the infestation, but generally, treatments are needed every few months to maintain control.

DIY methods can provide temporary relief, but professional help is recommended for long-term control and prevention of reinfestation.

Cockroach control methods include sanitation, exclusion, traps, baits, insect growth regulators, and targeted pesticide applications.

Cockroach treatments may show results within a few days but can take up to several weeks for complete elimination, depending on the infestation’s severity.

When applied by professionals, cockroach control treatments are safe for pets and children, as they use targeted application methods and low-toxicity chemicals.

Prevent cockroach infestations by maintaining cleanliness, sealing entry points, storing food properly, and monitoring for signs of infestation.

If you see a cockroach in your house, take steps to eliminate food sources, seal entry points, and consider contacting a professional pest control service.

While complete elimination can be challenging, professional pest control services can significantly reduce and control cockroach populations.

During a cockroach control treatment, expect an inspection, sanitation recommendations, exclusion measures, and targeted pesticide application.

Choose a reliable cockroach control service provider by researching reviews, verifying licensing and insurance, and comparing services and prices.

Natural predators of cockroaches include spiders, centipedes, and some species of ants, but they are generally insufficient to control large infestations.