Cockroach Pest Control Perth

Cockroach Control Services

Protect your household or business from cockroach infestations. Get expert cockroach control with specialist treatment keeping your property hygienic and pest free!

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Cockroach Prevention

Protect your home from future cockroach break-ins. Our expert team uses tried and tested techniques to prevent further cockroach infestations.

Efficient Elimination

Our experienced exterminators work with efficiency in swiftly tracking down and eradicating the cockroach population in your home or business.


With our 15+ years experience in the pest control business, you can rely on us to do the work effectively. We value your peace of mind.

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Commercial pest Control Services

Professional, Affordable & Eco-Friendly Cockroach Control

Our team of experienced technicians will assess and evaluate your cockroach control needs, once the species and severity is known a multi solution approach will be implemented. Targeting cracks/crevices, entrance points and appliances our treatments include but are not limited to:

  • Spraying
  • Dusting Powders
  • Flushing Agent

Ready to reclaim your space from roaches? Schedule a free consultation with our roach control specialists today. 

Cockroach Control

Perth's Cockroach Control Specialists

Our cockroach control solution will keep your property hygienic and roach free. With over 15 years in the pest control business, get expert pest maintenance today. Call us and book in your inspection.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Killing a single cockroach is not likely to attract more, but the act of killing can release a pheromone that can attract other cockroaches to the area. Cockroaches use pheromones to communicate with each other, and some species release an “alarm” pheromone when they sense danger or feel threatened.

This alarm pheromone can signal to other nearby cockroaches that there is a potential threat in the area, and they may become more active as a result. In some cases, this increased activity can make it appear as though killing one cockroach has attracted more, when in fact it is simply a response to the alarm pheromone. The increase in activity can help treatment by making the pests more visible.

Not necessarily. Seeing one does not necessarily mean that you have a full-blown cockroach problem, but it can be an indicator that there are more cockroaches present in your home or property. Cockroaches are nocturnal and are skilled at hiding in dark, secluded places during the day, so if you see one in a visible area during the day, there is a chance that there are more hiding nearby.

It is important to take action when you see a cockroach to prevent a larger infestation from developing. You should thoroughly clean the area where the cockroach was seen, seal any cracks or openings in walls or floors, and eliminate anything edible and water that may be attracting the cockroaches. You may also want to consider professional cockroach control services to eliminate any existing infestations and prevent future ones.

Regular inspections and proactive cockroach control measures are the best way to prevent a cockroach infestation from taking hold in your home or property.

Cockroaches are often associated with dirty and unsanitary living conditions, but the presence of cockroaches does not necessarily mean that you have a dirty home. Cockroaches are attracted to any place that offers them a source of food, water, and shelter. This means that even the cleanest of homes can be at risk for a cockroach infestation.

However, a dirty and cluttered home can make it easier for cockroaches to find sources of food and shelter. Cockroaches can feed on a variety of things, including crumbs, food residue, and even pet food. They can also thrive in areas with moisture, such as leaky pipes, standing water, or damp areas.

To reduce the risk of a cockroach infestation, it is important to maintain a clean and tidy home, free of food debris, crumbs, and clutter. Regularly clean and vacuum floors and surfaces, take out the trash regularly and store food in airtight containers. It is also important to seal any cracks and openings in walls or floors to prevent cockroaches from entering the home.


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