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Roaches Predict Our Next President!

As pest control professionals we deal with roach problems almost every day. As we are working to eliminate these pests for our customers, roaches are busy predicting the next president of the United States. The New Jersey Pest Management Association holds a “presidential cockroach derby” every four years to predict this country’s next president. The… Read More

Friday’s Pest Control Link Round Up

Roaches Eat Toothpaste! Do You Share Your Toothpaste With a Roach?    For a Good Laugh Check Out This Video:   Are You Feeling Itchy? Fleas Are Back Flea control needs to be an integrated program that includes customer cooperation, veterinary treatment of pets and treatment of infested premises by pest management professionals. Fleas are… Read More

How Roaches Get In Your Sink- Roach Control

Transcript from Roach Control-How Roaches get in your sink: “The roaches come in from out here; they shoot up underneath the J-rail, and start infesting inside the walls.” “Roaches are thigmatropic, thigmatropic. You can say that however you want to say, thigmatropic, however you want to say it. I believe that’s the correct spelling, if […]

How Roaches Infest-Roach Control

Transcript from How Roaches Infest-Roach Control: Roach Control Professional: “- storm drain system: Because the fact is, is that the roaches in every metropolitan city in the United States, these roaches, American roaches and oriental cockroaches, called “water bugs”, breed and thrive in the sewer lines. But, the problem that we have here in the […]

How Roaches Infest-Roach Control

Transcript from How Roaches Infest-Roach Control: Roach Control Professional: “- storm drain system: Because the fact is, is that the roaches in every metropolitan city in the United States, these roaches, American roaches and oriental cockroaches, called “water bugs”, breed and thrive in the sewer lines. But, the problem that we have here in the […]

Madagascar Hissing Cockroach Makes It To Late-Night

This week a very special and well-deserved guest made his, or her, debut to late-night television. The Madagascar Hissing Cockroach made a guest appearance on Chelsea Handler’s “Chelsea Lately” show. Chelsea herself was actually absent as host, so funnyman and Leno sidekick Ross Matthews was filling in behind the desk. Animal enthusiast Mireya Mayor couldn’t get it to actually hiss, but it did a great job of scaring the laughs out of Mr. Matthews.

Give your Valentine a Roach Name?

In all honesty, Who wants a roach named after them? On Valentine’s day or any other day of the year? If you want to save this species or learn more about them then go buy one online. Yes, you can buy one online, an for a cheaper price then naming one.