Are you looking to find experienced professionals to provide you with residential roach control West Palm Beach as soon as possible? Maybe you’ve already understood the fact that the longer they’re in your home, the greater your risk is of developing health complications. If you want to know more about the health hazards that a roach infestation presents, check this out:
Not only do cockroaches defecate on household surfaces that they come across, but they also do it on their food source as well. In case you’re not aware, their feces have dead skin, bacteria, and empty eggshells in them. While a cockroach feeds on practically anything it can find in your home – soap, plants, paper, glue, leather, etc., when it contaminates your food, you can suffer severe food poisoning.
You may be surprised to find out that cockroaches can cause respiratory problems or worsen existing ones. A cockroach’s saliva has countless allergens that may cause symptoms such as itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, and rashes. In other words, a roach infestation is extremely dangerous for people who suffer from asthma and other allergies because inhaling cockroach allergens can lead to severe complications.
Various diseases, bacteria, pathogens, and germs are being carried and spread by roaches. As they travel around your home, they leave behind a trail of feces, urine, regurgitated saliva, as well as digestive fluids that can be extremely harmful when transmitted to humans. If you’re living with someone who is either very young or very old or someone whose immune system is compromised, a cockroach infestation in your home can be potentially life-threatening.
The best way to deal with a roach infestation is to hire roach control West Palm Beach services from a team of qualified professionals at O’Hara Pest Control. Contact us today!