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Top 3 Reasons for Keeping American Cockroaches Out of Your Tulsa Home

Posted in: Cockroaches,

Do we even need three reasons for keeping American cockroaches out of our Tulsa homes? No, most of us don’t need a reason; we just want them to stay away. The American cockroach is one of the most common types of roaches in Oklahoma. Taking preventative steps to keep them out can save you the nightmare of a cockroach infestation. One of the best steps you can take is to team up Montgomery Exterminating for professional cockroach control services.

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Defeating The Formidable Cockroach In Tulsa

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There are many different species of cockroaches worldwide—several thousand, in fact. However, only seventy species live in the United States. Among them, there are just four species known for infesting Tulsa homes: American cockroaches, German cockroaches, Oriental cockroaches, and Australian cockroaches. Each of these is capable of causing many problems on your Tulsa property.

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Common Entry Points For Cockroaches In Tulsa-Area Homes

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When summer gives way to fall, many pests look for a safe, warm place to wait out the winter months. While some pests don't require food through the winter, others prefer to find a space that provides not only shelter but also food and water. Cockroaches often get into Tulsa-area homes at this time of year. By learning the common entry points for cockroaches, you can help secure your home against these harmful insects.

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How To Prevent Summer Cockroach Infestations In Tulsa

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There are plenty of songs about the lazy days of summer but, for cockroaches, summer is anything but a lazy season. In fact, it’s the most active time of year for cockroaches who love warmth and humidity. As temperatures rise, cockroaches become more active, scurrying around looking for food and breeding. Cockroach populations can explode in the summer, and that’s bad news for Tulsa residents.

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