You don’t have to wait for spring to arrive to be suffering from allergies in the United States. Many people are suffering from winter allergies and wondering what the cause might be.
Not liking the cold winter months, many cockroaches move indoors and invade our living space. They especially love to hang out in the kitchen and bathroom, because of the ample food and water sources. Cockroaches are known to spread 33 different kinds of bacteria, seven types of human pathogens, and six parasitic worms.
These nasty creatures are also known for causing terrible allergies and asthma in children and the elderly. Cockroaches contain allergen proteins that are known to trigger asthma attacks and allergies in people who have sensitivities. Cockroach saliva, droppings, and decomposing bodies all contain these proteins and should be avoided if at all possible.
Whether you have a business or a home, if you suspect that you have a cockroach infestation problem, you should contact a licensed pest control professional who is trained to take care of your infestation problem quickly.