My brother lives in an apartment. He has lived there for over a decade. There have been several serious infestations of roaches in his apartment. The first one was in a bedroom in the back of the apartment. It was the size of a large suitcase and lasted for a few weeks.
In one of the many, many infestations, the roaches are mostly in the kitchen. The largest are in the bathroom, and are about the size of a large trash can. There are two in the bedroom, and a couple in the master bedroom. The smallest ones are in the laundry room. The apartments are fairly small with very little room to roam around the house and not being able to see outside.
Once again, I don’t know of anyone who has ever had roaches inside their apartment, but it’s an issue that can definitely cause a problem. The issue is that the roaches are in very tiny numbers. There are a few in the kitchen, but most are in the bathrooms and laundry room.
I have a laundry room with a laundry detergent dispenser, a small washing machine, and one very small washing machine. The only other fixtures are a small cabinet to the left of the sink with a clothes rack on it and a soap dispenser on the counter.
The other issue is that the roaches are apparently attracted to odors. I recently had a very strong odor of roaches in my room and I looked around my apartment for them and couldn’t find any. I think it was because of the fact that my laundry room is in the same room as the laundry room. The laundry room is a small room with a small cabinet to the left of the kitchen sink and a soap dispenser on the counter.
The truth is that apartments usually don’t have roaches in them. I had a bathroom with roaches in it and I only noticed them because my cat was constantly scratching my head and getting in my eyes. I didn’t even think about it until my neighbor complained about the roaches and I asked her if she had seen them. Turns out that she had seen them, but it was only because she was using the bathroom and I was not.
A lot of apartment tenants are paranoid about roaches, but I think they are more likely to be concerned with the fact that their cats have roaches the same way they are concerned with cockroaches. If you have a pet that is prone to infestation (or maybe you have one that just loves to scratch things), maybe that explains why you have so many roaches in your apartment.
It’s a good thing that you are thinking about cockroaches before you have one of them in your apartment, but it’s still a good thing.
Cockroaches are a nuisance. They are attracted to food and food debris, and if you don’t get rid of them, they will eventually have a go at your food. In fact, a recent study found that cockroaches are capable of surviving for a year if you don’t get rid of them. They are not to be trusted.
Roaches are not the only ones that are attracted to food and food debris. If you have a garbage disposal in your apartment you may not even realize it until you look in the garbage. Some of your roaches may even have been infected with the bacterium that can cause food poisoning.