Pest Control by Neighborhoods

May 6, 2020 by No Comments

Rats, Cockroaches? In recent years there has been a proliferation of insects and rats in our cities.

This report shows that some neighborhoods, due to environmental factors, create the perfect conditions for the proliferation and survival of some pests.

Despite not being a census as such, it serves to give an idea of ​​which areas of the city are most affected.

Cockroach pest warning rate

El Plantío, Orcasitas, and Hellín were the three neighborhoods that made the most notices about oriental cockroach pests in 2018. However, Sol also had a high rate, with 8.30 notices for every 10,000 inhabitants, compared to the rest of the city.

In the case of the American cockroach, the most affected areas are the neighborhoods of the city center, Sol, Legazpi, and Cortes. They are followed by those from Butarque, Estrella, Pacífico, Goya, Acacias, and Valdebernardo with the highest rate of warnings about cockroaches on public roads. Although also the airport neighborhood is affected by this insect infestation.

Contact a Pest Control Expert

Pests are not always our fault. Often, they crawl from neighboring apartments or sewers invading our home or business.

If you live in a multi-story building, the neighborhood community can provide pest control and fumigation services. After all, it is in the interest of all landlords and tenants to keep their homes pest-free.

If, on the other hand, you live in an independent house and believe that your neighbor is the source of these creatures, what should you do?

Reach out to your neighbor and mention that they have noticed an insect or rat infestation in the past few weeks and emphasize with them as they have a common goal to get rid of the pests!

Immediately call a Madrid pest control company to assess the situation. In the meantime, make sure you don’t have open containers of food, trash, or pet food to attract them. You don’t want to accuse a neighbor of having rats or roaches if you are the real source!

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