Expert roach control for Long Island, New York City, Westchester and New Jersey.
Roaches are everywhere: in and around homes, apartments, supermarkets, food processing plants, and restaurants. During the day in houses, they hide in cracks and crevices such as under kitchen appliances, sinks cabinets, behind baseboards and moldings, in wall voids, pantries and similar areas of homes and restaurants. In commercial establishments such as food plants, warehouses, supermarkets, etc, they can be found in cardboard containers, wooden boxes, and under shipping pallets.
There are 4,000 cochroach species worldwide but most plentiful species is our German cockroach. This variety of roach is about 5/8 of an inch long and medium-to light brown color. They are very fast and seem to run about 50 miles an hour to avoid the light. They breed throughout the year indoors, and like a humid environment and an average temperature of approximately 80°F. They only live about 6 months. German cockroaches produce more eggs than any other pest cockroach species, and its young grow up in a shorter period of time. Female German cockroaches carry their egg capsules until they are ready to hatch. The number of eggs in a capsule usually is between 30-40 and the average incubation period is about 28 days. Females can produce 4-5 capsules in their lifetime. Without Biotech's control, one pair of roaches can expand to more than 2 million in less than a year.
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From termites to carpenter ants, crickets, rodents, bees, earwigs and many more. To stay on one step ahead of these unwanted guests we have our call center open for call 24/7 give us a call at
Our one year warranty states that if you’re not 100% Bed Bug Free we will return as many times as it take for NO EXTRA CHARGE. We can offer you the extraordinary warranty because our methodology is well proven 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.