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If you have ever entered a room only to find roaches running for cover, then you know what it means to have a problem with cockroaches. While keeping your home clean can go a long way in discouraging these pests from taking up residence with you, even the tidiest of houses can have roaches.

The tips in this section can help you deal with roaches. You'll find some information about getting rid of cockroaches without chemicals. There is also an article about knowing when to call for professional pest control help.

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   Damages Caused by Cockroaches
Cockroaches are more than a tad disgusting, they can also potentially cause some damage around your home. Knowing what some of the damages caused by cockroaches are can also give you a better chance at identifying whether or not you have a problem that needs to be addressed.

   Eliminating Cockroaches
The best way to eliminate cockroaches is to prevent them in the first place. Keeping the house clean is the best way to invite them into your home.

   Environmentally Safe Cockroach Elimination
Without a doubt, cockroaches are one of the most difficult pests to remove. These little critters can be so pesky to deal with that many people are afraid to use any treatments for fear of the consequences. That being said, there are some environmentally safe cockroach-elimination methods that you can use.

   Getting Rid of Cockroaches without Chemicals
It goes without saying that cleanliness will go a long way to help control the roach population in your home. While you can use non-toxic methods for eradicating roaches, a clean environment will make your home a less hospitable place for them.

   Household Remedies for a Cockroach Problem
Once you rid your home of roaches, make sure that you vacuum frequently around baseboards, kitchen drawers, cabinets, and anywhere else you've seen roaches. Although roaches may be dead, their leftover waste products and dead bodies have been known to trigger asthma and respiratory episodes.

   Kill Roaches with Baking Soda and Sugar
If you have roaches in your home, get rid of them easily while protecting your family from harmful pesticides. Using a simple solution of sugar and baking soda, you can bait the roaches and then kill them over a course of several weeks.

   You Need Professional Help for Cockroaches
If you notice baby cockroaches scampering for cover when you open a kitchen cupboard, or if your dog has to compete with cockroaches in his food dish, then you are in need of professional pest control. Choosing a professional exterminator is easy if you follow these tips.