German roach treatment protocol
Sanitation/Non-Chemical Control Measures
German roaches thrive where food, water and shelter are easily available to them. Even the tiniest amount of crumbs in a crack can feed a colony of roaches. That's why sanitation is the most important item to help prevent or eliminate a german roach infestation.
Performing a thorough inspection inside with a flashlight and finding the following issues, is the first step of eliminating roaches.
Any issues found need to be addressed with the homeowner or manager of the property and fixed or corrected.
Although liquid and aerosol applications may provide a quick and temporary knockdown for german roaches, they do not give long-term control.
Using liquids are likely to disperse the roaches to other areas of the structure and contaminate bait that's been applied.
*Baits, dust and IGRs are the recommended products to use when controlling german roaches.
Using gel baits, bait stations and IGRs are the most effective treatment for the long-term control of german roaches.