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Summit County Pest Control Is Going After The American Cockroach

By: PRLog

Cockroaches are not only a nuisance, but they can also transmit diseases and trigger allergies. In addition, cockroaches produce a nauseating odor that can permeate food and other items.

AKRON, Ohio - July 2, 2022 - PRLog -- Summit County Pest Control, a pest control company serving Akron, Cuyahoga Falls, Stow, Barberton, Green, Hudson, Twinsburg, Tallmadge, Norton, Portage Lakes, and all surrounding areas, today announced the arrival of American cockroach season.

American cockroaches are large, reddish-brown insects with shiny, black abdomen. They have a distinctive dome-shaped appearance and are about 1.5 inches long. Adults have wings, but immature insects do not. American cockroaches do not fly, but they can move quickly. American cockroaches are nocturnal, which means that they are active at night. During the day they are usually hiding in cracks and crevices.

"According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), cockroaches carry bacteria that, if deposited on food, can cause salmonella, staphylococcus, and streptococcus," said Dan J., CEO of Summit County Pest Control. "In addition, cockroaches have been known to carry other pathogens, such as protozoan parasites and helminthic worms. This is why it is essential for homes and businesses to contact Summit County Pest Control to get rid of these pests."

The American cockroach is one of the most common species found in homes, offices, and other buildings. Researchers have shown that in warmer weather, cockroaches prefer to stay more active during the day because they can get a greater amount of food.

About Summit County Pest Control: Summit County Pest Control provides quality general pest control for homes and businesses, and offers a proactive rodent baiting program for the exterior of a property.

Summit County Pest Control
1558 Delia Ave,
Akron, OH
44320, USA
Tel: (234) 231 0740

Contact
Summit County Pest Control
Dan J.
***@summitcountypestcontrol.com

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