Roaches in the Yard


Roaches are some of the most common pests. They often find refuge in your yard from storm drains or the woods. It doesn’t take them long to realize it’s much nicer inside your home.


Okay. After those palmetto bugs, or sewer roaches, move from the storm drains and woodlands to your yard; they quickly move in to your mulch beds. Your mulch retains water very well, and the root system has a lot of different insects that those roaches can eat, as well as other decaying organic matter. unfortunately they won't stay here. They noticed that there is moisture or moist air coming out of the weep holes. These weep holes are normal holes that your builder leaves in your walls so that moisture can escape or "weep" out of the walls so you don’t get mildew. Unfortunately that moist air will draw those oriental sewer roaches into your home, and will start to pressure your home from the inside.

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