Bugged out by the Bugs

The roach problem in my home was unbearable a few months ago. I couldn’t really figure out where they were coming from, but I knew that I wanted them gone. I tried using some stuff that I got from the store and sprayed it everywhere, but none of that stuff worked. I put down various baits and traps, and even used some natural items that were said to stop roaches, all with no success. The final straw was when I installed an electric powered repeller that only attached more. I called for pest control in Brooklyn to deal with these nasty bugs.

The pest control workers came dressed in their uniforms and had all kinds of equipment attached to them. It was like something out of that movie where the guys are driving around catching ghosts. The workers put down different gels for the roaches to feed on, which would kill them and other roaches when they share the food with each other. For any other roaches that didn’t eat the food they sprayed some liquid spray around the baseboards of the rooms. I had to leave my home for a few hours to avoid the smell of the fumes.

Seeing the dead roach bodies after a few days was a great sight to me. I didn’t care that I had to sweep them up, I was just glad that they were dead, and that I wouldn’t be seeing them for a while. The pest control workers told me that I might want to seal up any cracks that I have in my home to prevent more roaches from getting in. I went to the hardware store and bought some sealant to put into every crack and crevice that I could find. I made my home as air tight as possible.