These cockroaches are known to be able to survive in a wide range of temperatures and humidity levels, which makes them adaptable to different environments. They prefer drier areas, such as furniture, appliances, and higher areas, like walls and ceilings, as they are not typically found in kitchen or bathroom areas as some other cockroach species may. They are known to be able to hide in small and tight spaces, which makes them hard to detect. They can also be found in clusters, usually where they have access to food, water and shelter.
Brown-banded cockroaches are known to feed on a wide variety of materials, including food crumbs, grease, and glue. They are also known to feed on starchy materials, such as book bindings and wallpaper. They are nocturnal insects and are most active at night.
If you suspect a brown-banded cockroach infestation, it is important to contact us at Birch Fumigators for assistance in identifying the cockroaches and developing a plan to control the infestation. We can use a combination of methods to eliminate the infestation and prevent future infestations effectively.