Expert roach control for Long Island, New York City, Westchester and New Jersey.
When you need roach control, you need it fast. Biotech Termite & Pest Control’s 24/7 call center is there to help!
Roaches are an ongoing nuisance pest that are found worldwide, especially in urban areas. One of the most common species found in the New York region is the German cockroach. These light brown, ⅝” long roaches are prolific breeders, extremely fast, and hardy. During the day, they hide in cracks and crevices, and come out to feed at night. In the home, they may hide under kitchen appliances, sinks, cabinets, wall voids, pantries, closets, behind baseboards, in food containers, and under or behind anything left on the countertop. They are just as much of a problem in commercial establishments (food plants, warehouses, supermarkets, restaurants, or hotels). Although they prefer moist and warm environments, they will spread out in search of mates and food. Roaches only live for about six months, but because they are so prolific, their population can explode into the millions if not controlled.
If you see a roach, take immediate action because if you see one, there are many more nearby! Biotech’s effective roach extermination program will quickly rid your home or business from these disease- and allergy-causing pests.
24 Hour Call Center
From termites to carpenter ants, crickets, rodents, bees, earwigs and many more, our experts help you stay a step ahead of these unwanted pests. Our call center is open 24/7, for your peace of mind!
Our one year warranty states that if you’re not 100% free of the insects we treated for, we will return as many times as it take for NO EXTRA CHARGE. We can offer you the extraordinary warranty because our methodology is proven to be fast, effective, and people safe.
We have a “A+” rating from the Better Business Bureau.
We are licence in New York (Lic. No. 09075) and New Jersey (Lic. No 52905B). We handle BedBugs, Camelback Crickets, Rodents, Termites, Roaches, Ants, Moths, Bees, Wasps and Fruit Flies.