The brownbanded cockroach is 12 mm (1/2 inch) long, light brown, and has two lighter colored bands running across the body. These bands are located at the base of the wings and on the abdomen. The bands are much darker during the immature stages. The brownbanded female carries the egg capsule for 24 to 48 hours before gluing it to a surface. The capsule contains approximately 18 eggs that hatch in 50-74 days. An adult female produces about 18 egg capsules over a life-span of 10 months.
We follow an industry standard process at Shabna H. Al salah sanitization & Pest Control Pest Control in our services. This maintains quality and safety in everything we do. We start off by taking a look at your property and inspecting it thoroughly. Once we know what we need to do, we go ahead and eradicate the pests using the appropriate equipments, chemicals and medicines. Once the treatment is complete, we conduct our proofing services to close all the entry points that pests commonly use as entry points.We don't just stop there, but we go a step further and educate our customers on how to maintain the property to minimize pests in the future.
Shabna H. Al salah sanitization & Pest Control Pest Control is a leading Pest Control establishment fully licensed and approved by the Dammam Municipality. With trained technicians and experienced professionals, we are licensed by the designated authority to provide general pest control, real estate inspections, anti-termite treatment and pre-treatment of construction sites.We don't just stop there, but we go a step further and educate our customers on how to maintain the property to minimize pests in the future.
The brownbanded cockroach requires less moisture than other cockroaches. It is more prevalent in homes, apartments, hotels and hospital rooms than in restaurants or stores. Evidence of this cockroach may be found behind pictures, in furniture, the underside of chairs and tables, upper kitchen cabi nets or the upper shelves of closets and pantries. The brownbanded cockroach often infests electrical appliances such as radios, televisions, telephones and computers.