Cockroach Control Services in Cornelia, GA, Anderson, SC & Greenville, SC
Get Rid of Roaches with Professional Service You Can Trust
When you need cockroaches removed from your home, you want someone who can get the job done quickly, effectively, and safely. The roach exterminator experts at Compass cover all the bases for clients in Georgia & South Carolina, so you can rest easy.
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– Jamie Crane
Cockroaches in Georgia & South Carolina
While there are hundreds of species of cockroaches in the world, and about 70 in the US, there are two types that commonly cause problems in Georgia and South Carolina: the American cockroach and the German cockroach.
American cockroaches (about 1.5 – 2” long), sometimes called waterbugs or palmetto bugs, are the largest species of common cockroach. German cockroaches are smaller (about 5/8” long), and are the most common source of severe roach infestations in the southeast United States.
Roaches are nocturnal—usually hiding in cracks, walls, and beneath cabinets and appliances during the day. They are very resilient, requiring little food and water to survive and reproduce. They generally prefer dark, damp places like bathrooms, garages, and kitchens.
Cockroaches are disease carriers and should be dealt with as soon as possible. If you’re seeing roaches big or small around the home or in your work environment, contact Compass to get a free inspection & estimate!
Why Choose Compass Pest Management?
- Award-winning service from exceptionally friendly staff
- Safe products registered with the EPA
- Affordable options that are tailored to your budget and needs
- Green solutions that protect your family and the environment
- Registered, certified professionals that go the extra mile for you
Scientific Integrated Pest Management Solutions
Integrated Pest Management Solutions (IPM) is an approach to control cockroaches and other pests that employs inspection, identification, and implementation of a strategy that provides the best common sense solution. Often physical, mechanical, biological, and educational methods are employed to achieve the results that are of the least human risk while effectively controlling unwanted pests. Our IPM program focuses on three specific areas:
1) Inspecting for cockroaches or other pests
2) Identifying roaches & pests
3) Control by pest professionals
IPM bases its cockroach control recommendations on your unique needs. Our pest control professionals do not use a “one-size-fits-all” approach. Whether sealing cracks, removing a food or water source or, when necessary, employing traditional treatments, integrated pest management is about using best practice application methods to control cockroach problems.
How it works
1) First, we evaluate the infestation and customize a treatment plan in order to avoid random pesticide application.
2) Next, we place pest monitors, when needed, in pest prone locations to accurately detect “hot-spots” of pest activity.
3) Finally, we apply a protective barrier to the outside of your home to avoid future problems. Our goal is to solve your pest problem while minimizing pesticide usage in and around your home.
Our #1 concern while ridding your home of unwanted pests common to South Carolina and Georgia like cockroaches and other pests is the health and safety of your family and pets.
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Green Alternatives for Cockroach Control
We at Compass Pest Management care about the health and safety of your family as well as protecting the environment. While there may always be a need for traditional treatments, we offer green alternatives to many pest problems. A Compass Certified Service Professional will discuss with you the most effective and safest methods to treat your problem and best protect your family. We understand the demand for natural pest management services and can accommodate your need.
Our safest solution for pest control is always in the application method. The EPA certifies every applicable material we use, and we ensure that our service professionals are trained to use them effectively and safely.