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3 Reasons To Consider SIAD Pest Control

Extensive Knowledge

SIAD Pest Control familiarity with ISO guidelines supports the client with the protocols regarding pest control in order to apply for safety and quality certificates. 

Superior Expertise

Our technicians have years of experience, are trained for both residential and commercial sectors, they know how our products work and where to treat. They know how to handle infestations.

They have expertise to ensure the safety of your family, staff and premises.

Unique Customer Service

We have a customized plan and program to fit your needs and we take into consideration the level of infestation and the long-term prevention.

Cockroach

Species characteristics:
Oriental Cockroach (Blatta Orientalis)
Adults, 20-24mm long; color, dark-brown, nearly black; wings of male cover two-thirds of abdomen, wings of female are vestigial; can climb rough but not smooth vertical surfaces.
They are the most common species and frequently encountered in cooler, less humid areas such as basements and drains.

German Cockroach (Blattella Germanica)
Adult, 10-15mm long; color, yellowish-brown with two longitudinal dark marks on pronotum; wings well developed in both sexes; can readily climb rough and polished vertical surfaces.
They are the most common species and generally prefers warmer, humid environments, e.g. centrally heated buildings.

• American Cockroach (Periplaneta Americana)
Adult, 28-44mm long; color, red-brown with yellow border around pronotum; no yellow submarginal stripes on forewings; last segment of cerci, twice as long as wide.
They are tropical and sub-tropical species but are also found in ports and shipping areas in temperate climates.

• Nymphs:
The nymphs of all species are similar in appearance to the adult but smaller. Immediately after hatching or moulting the nymphs are white, but the cuticle soon darkens to the normal color.


Life-Cycle:
• Oriental cockroach: adult size: 25 to 30 mm long. Each egg case contains 16 young; the egg will be developed into nymph in 6 to 12 weeks and then to adult in 10 m