More than nine out of ten allergists believe a pest-free home is important step in preventing asthma and allergy symptoms. Many pest related asthma and allergy triggers can be avoided by practicing simple pest prevention measures.
Many common household pests, such as cockroaches and rodents contain potent allergen proteins that can cause reactions and symptoms for people with certain types of allergy and asthma. It is estimated that 63 percent of homes in the U.S. contain cockroaches and their particles – saliva, droppings and decomposing body parts – so it is recommended that homeowners take steps to rid their home of these pests.
Asthmatic adults and children exposed to cockroach allergens experience symptoms when their airways tighten, inflame or fill with mucus. Common symptoms include coughing, especially at night, wheezing, chest tightness or pressure, and shortness of breath. Controlling allergies and asthma is a two-fold process, so it is important for a person suffering from these symptoms to see a doctor and contact a qualified pest professional to recommend a course of action to eliminate the problem.
InCide® Pest Control Insulation installed in walls can help eliminate the infestation of cockroaches. Whether you are building a new home or have an existing home, InCide® can be easily installed. Not only will InCide® Pest Control Insulation save you money on your monthly utility costs. But, will give you piece of mind knowing those pesky roaches will not survive the pest control properties not found in other types of insulation.
Unlike many household pests, cockroaches are prevalent year-round. Homeowners attempting to control cockroaches themselves may find this to be a difficult task. You should contact a professional pest management company to eliminate a cockroach problem.
Since InCide® may only be installed by a licensed pest control operator, ask them how you can reduce the risk of cockroach infestation in your walls and save money on your monthly utility cost.