Which Roaches Do You Have?

GERMAN ROACHES

 Sometimes called "kitchen" roaches, german roaches can be found anywhere from the cleanest of homes to the nastiest of  restaurants.  Click Here to learn more about German Roaches, their biology, habits, and Pronto's "GREAT" Plan for German Roach elimination and prevention.

AMERICAN ROACHES

Largest of the roaches that infest home in Georgia, American Roaches are also called water bugs or Palmetto Bugs. They have wings and can fly short distances. Click Here to learn more about American Roaches and Pronto's control plan for your home.


SMOKEY BROWN ROACHES

Smokey Brown Roaches are also large roaches distinguished by their shiny, dark mahogany color. They have strong wings and can fly considerable distances. They thrive in mulched areas, piled leaves, and in litter in gutters.        Click Here for more info on "Smoky's".

ORIENTAL ROACHES

Sometimes called drain or sewer roaches, Oriental Roaches feed on decaying matter and are known for their strong, disgusting, "roachy" odor. Learn more about Oriental Roaches and their control by Clicking Here.

BROWN BANDED ROACHES

Identified by their two lighter bands across their dark brown bodies. Brown Banded's can be found throughout structures, and can occasionally be confused with German Roaches, but prefer a much drier, warmer habitat. Click Here for more information.

WOOD ROACHES

.Wood Roaches are occasional invaders and seldom breed indoors. Typically, they are carried in with firewood, or are attracted by outdoor lighting. The males are good fliers, and are a nuisance during early summer.   Click Here for more on Wood Roaches.