Answering common cockroach FAQ's

 Frequently asked questions for cockroaches by Ultima Search, Best pest management company in Mumbai and Thane

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While cockroaches can be found worldwide, they are especially upsetting when found in your home or office. They require only three things to thrive: food, water, and shelter. Since all homes contain these three things, anyone is susceptible to a cockroach infestation.

The best way to prevent or beat a cockroach infestation is to know your enemy.


So here are some answers to common questions people ask us related to cockroaches.


Q1: How Many Kinds of Cockroaches Are There? 

There are about 4,000 species of cockroaches in the world. Fortunately, we often have to deal with just these 4 kinds usually: the American cockroach, the German cockroach, the Oriental cockroach, and the Brown-banded cockroach. The most common cockroach is the German cockroach.


Q2: What Is the Average Cockroach Lifespan?

The average lifespan of a cockroach depends on its species. For example, the brown-banded cockroach can live for about four to ten months, while the Oriental cockroach can live for four to six months. The German cockroach lives for 100-200 days, and the American cockroach can live for up to a year. During their lifetime, they will lay up to 200 eggs, ensuring the species multiply and thrive.


Q3: What Do Cockroaches Eat?

Cockroaches are omnivores and will eat both animal and plant life. They are opportunistic eaters and not picky, but they like starches, sweets, greasy foods, and meat the most.


Q4: How Long Can Cockroaches Live Without Food?

Cockroaches can live for up to a month without eating. However, they have evolved to be able to eat just about anything. When nothing tastier is available, they will eat cardboard, glue from book bindings, hair, and any other organic materials they can find. It’s nearly impossible to starve out a cockroach.


Q5: How Long Can Cockroaches Live Without Water?

Like most animals, cockroaches can survive much longer without food than without water. Cockroaches will die of dehydration after just one week without water. This is why they tend to be found in damp and humid places like under sinks, in basements, and in bathrooms. However, they can get some moisture from the food they eat, so replacing leaky pipes won’t fix the whole problem.


Q6: Can Cockroaches Survive a Nuclear Blast?

Having been around for about 300 million years, cockroaches are quite resilient. It is believed that they might survive a nuclear blast because they have a much higher resistance to radiation than most other creatures — especially humans. That said, while cockroaches as a species could survive a nuclear blast, individual roaches will die if exposed to high levels of radiation. They are prolific breeders, so even if a nuclear blast killed off most of them, some could survive and quickly replenish their population.


Prevent Future Infestations

It is imperative to know why periodic cockroach pest control prevents future infestations. Professional pest control companies like Ultima Search uses a blended approach where both effective products and services are applied to prevent their return.  Regular pest control can provide peace of mind for homeowners as well as businesses. Knowing that their asset is protected from cockroach infestations not only reduce stress and anxiety but also contribute to a pest-free safe environment.


Kokron On toh Cockroach Gone

Cockroach pest control and the best cockroach killers are available all across the market but to truly find one that you can trust ensuring no return, you need to settle for legacy and effectiveness. Cockroaches are usually considered to be the strongest species on earth even capable of surviving nuclear radiation but they won’t survive Kokron products from Ultima Search. Kokron is available in many forms including sprays, gels, pastes, and powders with a single-point agenda to rid your area of cockroaches.


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