Roaches in Tacoma

Cockroaches have received a bad reputation by invading our homes, spreading diseases, and crawling into our nightmares. Though they seem to be all bad, they are helpful to the environment. They eat rotting organic matter, which assists in the natural processes of decomposition. Cockroaches play an essential role in the nitrogen cycle, assisting in keeping forests healthy. That said, nothing can cause you to feel uncomfortable in your Tacoma home, like switching the light on in your bathroom and seeing them scatter away. What’s worse still is the thought of having them crawl all over your kitchen. There are many kinds of roaches, but if you live in Tacoma or the suburbs of Northeast Tacoma, North End or Ruston, these are the ones you are most prone to see:

  • American Roaches, occasionally called Palmetto Bugs – American cockroaches are a common species of cockroach and one of the biggest. In the southeast, they are usually called palmetto bugs. However, this is a misunderstanding since palmetto bugs are a different species called the Florida woods cockroach, which looks different, usually stays outdoors, and releases a rank odor when threatened, whereas American roaches do not.
  • Brown Banded Roaches – Brown-banded cockroaches are a species of cockroach with the scientific name Supella longipalpa. Although comparatively small, they have many characteristics that make them more irritating than other species.
  • German Roaches – German cockroaches, regardless of their name, are believed to have come from Southeast Asia, but this theory isn’t factual. They are the most prosperous species of roach to invade homes, businesses, and other structures. Although they are generally suited to live in tropical and warm climates, they favor living indoors.
  • Oriental Roaches – Oriental roaches are regarded as one of the dirtiest cockroaches on the earth due to their relationship with garbage. Oriental cockroaches are well known for their taste for trash. They feed on garbage, rotting materials, and waste in general.
  • Smokey Brown Roaches – Smoky brown roaches are some of the most adaptable creatures and can live in just about any environment, including your home. They are nocturnal and can hide in the tiniest places.

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