Don’t Settle for Having Cockroaches As Houseguests!

Our cockroach extermination service will help you regain control of your home. Contact us and our expert technicians will locate, identify, and destroy your infestation – guaranteed.

See Roaches Out During the Day? Call a Roach Exterminator

Roaches are creatures of the darkness, preferring to stay out of sight in the shadows. If you see roaches traipsing through your living room in the light then you have a cockroach problem which needs to be addressed.

Our Roach Control Process


Site Assessment

With our extensive pest control service training, our expert technicians will be able to determine what type of cockroach is infesting your home. Different infestations require different treatment, with some responding better to gel bait, while others do better with granular or powder bait stations. Severe infestations may require fumigation.


Perimeter Spraying and Specific Treatment Plan

Our professional exterminator will apply a pesticide spray in cracks, crevices, and along the perimeter of your house. If they have determined that additional treatment methods like bait stations or fumigation is necessary, this will be performed as well.


Follow-up Visits as Needed

After we spray for roaches you may find the occasional dead roach on the ground. While an unpleasant sight, seeing a dead cockroach means the treatment is working. In some rare cases a retreatment may be necessary – if you see live roaches roaming around after a treatment let us know and we’ll send out one of our pest control professionals free of charge.

The Advantages of Working With Cramer Pest Control

We’re Only Finished When You’re Happy With the Results

At Cramer Pest Control we don’t consider our job done until your pest problem has been completely handled. After our technicians visit your home you’ll receive a follow-up call – if you have any remaining concerns let us know and we’ll take care of it!

Expert Service Comes From Expert Training

A core component of our business is training. Our technicians carry Clemson Extension Univ 7A certification, allowing us to identify individual species of cockroaches, as well as safely use and apply regulated pesticides. We run weekly training sessions for all of our staff, including safety training, pest control best practices, and on how to provide top-tier customer service.

A Commitment to Customer Service

Everybody says it, but so many pest control companies get it wrong. From your first phone call, to our technician’s visit, to follow-up calls you can expect an unrelenting commitment to your satisfaction. We don’t just want customers, we want raving fans.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are some signs that my house may have a cockroach infestation?

Roaches tend to shy away from people and prefer to stick to dark areas of your home – which means seeing live roaches scurrying around is a sign of roach infestation. Other less obvious signs of roaches include coffee-ground like droppings on your floor, discarded roach carapaces (they shed their skin as they grow), or a persistent musty smell.

Why are cockroaches coming into my house?

Roaches like moisture, darkness, and food sources, which makes your kitchen and bathrooms prime living environments.

Are roaches hard to get rid of?

Roach removal is a surprisingly tricky problem to tackle – and many DIY solutions only offer limited relief from a severe roach problem. Our experienced and well-educated cockroach exterminators are able to identify the type of roach, where the infestation is based, and what sort of cockroach treatment will be most effective.

What can I do to keep roaches away?

Since we know that roaches like moisture, darkness, and food, making your house less hospitable means minimizing these factors. Take care of small leaks under your sinks, tidy up your cabinets as best as possible to minimize crevices and hiding spaces, and put your food in sealed glass or plastic containers.

One easily overlooked source of food is your recycling bin. Thoroughly rinse used food containers and bottles – particularly beer bottles, as the smell of stale beer calls to roaches like no other.

Are cockroaches dangerous?

While roaches aren’t as dangerous as some common pests, like fleas or ticks, according to the CDC they are a known source of allergens and can transfer harmful bacteria like salmonella to food and kitchen surfaces.

Roaches can bite, and German Cockroaches are known to do so in heavy infestations when food supplies are scarce. American Cockroaches are more likely to bite, but the occurrence is rare.

An unexpected source of injury from roaches is the spiny hairs on their legs. These hairs are incredibly sharp and can leave small scratches which are prone to infection.


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