What Causes Roaches?

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Roaches come from outdoors but often venture inside where conditions are warm and food is plentiful. A home can develop a roach problem if it is not properly insulated from the outdoors (there are cracks or gaps where the roaches can fit through)and if old food, dirty dishes, and trash are left sitting around.

Once an infestation exists, all the bugs and eggs must be destroyed to eliminate the problem.
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Roaches come from unsanitary areas. They hang around moist areas such as kitchens or bathrooms. They breed all the time. They can come from grocery store shipments.
There are many different reasons that someone could end up with a roach infestation. One reason could simply be not keeping things clean.
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