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Do you ever stop and think about the cockroaches that live here in Plano? Do you wonder why they invade homes and cause trouble for homeowners? Most people do not consider these bugs until they are looking at them.


Whether you are currently dealing with cockroaches inside your Plano home or you are looking for a way to prevent these pests, here are some things to think about today. Call our team at All-Safe Pest & Termite if you would like to know how we handle these little bug invaders. We will talk to you about our cockroach control in Plano and find a treatment option that suits your needs.

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Types Of Cockroaches: Identifying Common Species

There are more than a dozen different types of cockroaches that live in our area. To make things simple for you today, we are going to focus on the three that are most likely to invade your home. We are talking about the German cockroach, the American cockroach, and the Oriental cockroach.


German cockroaches are small, light brown to tan, and have two parallel lines behind their heads. American cockroaches are large, reddish-brown, and have a yellow figure-eight pattern behind their heads. Finally, oriental cockroaches are medium-sized and have jet-black bodies. If you would like assistance finding out what kinds of roaches you are dealing with inside your home, talk with our team about our inspection services and make an appointment for your property.

Health Risks Associated With Cockroaches: Protect Your Family

You do not want cockroaches inside your home. These pests are inherently dangerous. They are mostly dangerous because of the dirty things they eat and the nasty places they live. This pest’s filthy habits leave it teeming with bacteria, pathogens, and other sickness-causing organisms. They spread these sickness vectors through their fecal droppings and off their greasy, dirty bodies. Roaches also trigger asthma attacks and allergies with their shed skin and fecal droppings.


The longer you let these pests live inside your home, the more likely you or one of your family members are to get sick. We would like to help you avoid this. Here are some ways to avoid a cockroach infestation locally and some long-term strategies to keep these bugs at bay.

Expert Cockroach Elimination: Call In The Pros Right Away

Bringing in a professional will always be the best way to handle cockroaches in Plano. If you think these bugs are inside your home, talk with our team at  All-Safe Pest & Termite about our advanced service offerings.


We know how these insects operate and where they like to hide. We will flush them out using advanced treatments and utilize control strategies to make sure they do not think about invading your home in the future. If that is what you are looking for, call us today and find a treatment time that works for your schedule.

Preventing Cockroach Infestations: Tips For A Roach-Free Home

There are two ways to prevent roaches locally: DIY prevention and professional control. Let’s start with some natural preventative strategies.

  • Seal holes, cracks, and other openings in your home’s exterior.
  • Make sure your doors and windows have proper seals and are in good working condition.
  • Eliminate clutter inside your home and clean up food messes when they happen. 
  • Address moisture spills and other moisture problems inside your home, like leaky piping and fixtures.
  • Organize your pantries and store all food inside air-tight containers.

Call our team at All-Safe Pest & Termite to learn more about professional home pest control and find out how we can help you avoid these pests year-round in Plano.

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