Roaches in Julian, CA FAQs

The most common types in your household may either be a German cockroach, which is tan or brown in color; or an American cockroach, which is reddish-brown.
Roaches come from places where all kinds of dirt are, so that includes the likes of garbage cans. On top of it though, most roaches prefer warm, humid, and moist environments. Apart from garbage sites, the kitchen, bathroom, boiler, and basement are just some of the most common spots you can usually see them crawling around.
Roaches live for anything that’s dirty or greasy such as food crumbs, oil stains, dirty dishes left on the sink, or a spot that seems to be leaking or extra mois
Seeing the presence of one roach could signal a possibility for an infestation since these creepy crawlers usually come to a place as a group.
One helpful indicator is spotting roaches during daytime; this is because they are considered to be nocturnal, which means they are only supposed to come out at night. So if you see them crawling when the sun’s out, you may already have an infestation on your hands. 

Another sign is spotting other dead roach bodies, eggs that are dark in color and oval-shaped, and roach droppings that are also dark in color and give off a certain foul odor. 

Seeing these signs may mean you need to start calling pest control.

Roaches are known to carry diseases and viruses since they thrive in dirty spaces. If they do get in contact with the food that we eat, that puts us and our health at great risk. Some of the most common health problems we can get are salmonella and gastroenteritis, as well as trigger allergic and asthma reactions.
Roaches may bite, but rarely.
Washing the bitten area with warm water and soap is the best way to tend to it.
A roach infestation may take to a few days to a few weeks to take effect, depending on how many nests are there.
Insecticides and roach gels are some of the most effective home remedies for getting rid of roaches. However, if the infestation has gone out of hand, seeking professional help from pest companies may be the best solution yet, such as Suncoast Pest Management!