Family Owned and Operated Pest Control

Skilled, professionally trained (TAFE) technicians who understand the problems
that PESTS can inflict.

Unrivaled experience servicing the community of Penrith and Lower Blue Mountains enables Creepy Crawlies Pest Control to provide the perfect solution to your PEST problems.

Skilled, Friendly
Knowledgeable
Affordable


Marcel & Mathew pride themselves in the quality of service.

Speak with real people,
not recorded messages or call centres. Local tradesmen who value your business.

The Pest Control you require will be carried out by highly skilled TAFE qualified technicians Marcel and Mathew.

FRIENDLY, AFFORDIBLE, RELIABLE

Pest Control Experts

Contact Marcel and Mathew by E-mail to request a booking or Phone today to discuss your PEST Problems.

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GERMAN COCKROACH

How do I get rid of cockroaches is a common question encourd by Creepy Crawlies Pest Contol. As you can see it is a very common question that we are skilled at providing quick and affordable remidies.

There are 428 species of cockroach in Australia and a number of introduced species have become pests. The two most significant pest cockroaches are the German cockroach and the American cockroach. 

Cockroaches live and feed in unhygienic places such as sewers and drains, or feed on garbage that may be contaminated. These insects are cold-blooded and thrive in warm, humid conditions. This is why buildings in the northern parts of Australia are particularly prone to infestations. 
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Contact us NOW to discuss your cockroack problem es will make their home wherever they find food, moisture and shelter.

german cockroach

A population of cockroaches can build quickly if not kept in check. A female cockroach lays between 10 and 40 eggs at a time. On average, the female can lay around 30 batches of eggs in her lifetime. The hatched young look the same as adults, only smaller and without wings.

Very small nymphs hatch from the egg capsule and then develop through a series of nymph stage to become adults. Depending on the conditions and type, a cockroach can live for up to 12 months.


Creepy Crawlis Pest Control have the ideal Cockroach Control solutions

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