Posts with the tag: "cockroaches"
Cockroaches are the Houdini of the bug kingdom. The tiny claws at the end of their legs allow them to scale walls and traverse ceilings at alarming speeds. Though your walls may seem smooth to your hand, they actually contain countless tiny footholds a cockroach can use to cling to it. Cockroaches also have an impressive ability to run to the end of a table and move to the bottom of the table without skipping a beat. It isn't magic. It is a skill cockroaches learn to disorient predators. If you've ever seen a cockroach come out of an air conditioning unit, you've seen this ability.
Roaches are not house guests anyone should tolerate! These pests are carriers of many different diseases and if they enter your Hawaii home, they will be challenging to evict. Hawaii cockroaches that we deal with include the American cockroach, the German cockroach and the Surinam cockroach, along with 16 other species!
There are a lot of pests that we deal with in Hawaii. Termites, rodents and cockroaches are some of the most damaging and most frustrating pests we come into contact with, but there is one pest that is considered the least favorite and most unpopular pest in Hawaii: that pest is the bed bug! Bed bugs are difficult to locate. They are tiny, about the size of an apple seed. They are also nocturnal, which means they’re searching for a blood meal while you are sleeping.