Cockroaches in your home or business premises is very unsettling. They can bring to your home not only dirt but very well know bacteria and viruses such us; gastroenteritis, salmonella, dysentery and typhoid.  

Cockroaches are extremely adaptable and can breed very fast. Those factors make cockroaches an even bigger threat to your health.

Here are the top 4 signs of roaches that you need to know;

  • Physically seeing a cockroach.
  • Spotting cockroach feces.
  • Finding cockroach egg cases.
  • Smelling cockroaches
A quick response at the very first sign of an infestation is essential to control cockroaches in your property and to stop the spread of this pest to your neighbours.


At Nobedbugs-hk, we have designed and curated a unique 4 tier approach to kill cockroaches.

  • Gel Bait; we collaborate with experts from around the world to design this highly attractive recipe and yet, lethal to cockroaches but still, safe to humans.
  • Air Slow Release of Growth Hormones; innocuous to humans but will stop cockroaches from breeding.
  • Target Dust; Locally applied to only very hard to reach harboring places.
  • Localized Organic Spray; to target very specific traffic areas (i.e; under the fridge) 

On top of this, as Nobedbugs-HK wants to make your life as easy as possible, preparation for this process is minimal and you can choose from our single treatment or our Guarantee treatment to get rid of cockroaches. 

German Roach1.25***Indoor30,000
American Roach5.1***Indoor800
Oriental Roach3*Indoor200
Wood Roach2.5Outdoor200
Smoky Brown3.5Outdoor200
Brown Banded Roach1.25*Sewer200
Australian Roach5*Sewer600
Asian Roach1.25**Outdoor300

* Common
** Very common
*** Extremely common


The German cockroach is a small species of cockroach, typically about 1.1 to 1.6 cm long. In colour it varies from tan to almost black and it can barely fly. Of the few species of cockroach that are domestic pests, it probably is the most widely troublesome example.

German cockroaches are attracted particularly to meats, starches, sugars, and fatty foods.


The American cockroach is the largest species of common cockroaches, and often considered a pest. Despite their name, American cockroaches are native to Africa and the Middle East. The American cockroach has the largest body size; molts 6–14 times and has the longest lifecycle, up to about 700 days. The American cockroaches are omnivorous and opportunistic feeders that eat materials such as cheese, beer, tea, leather, bakery products, starch in book bindings, manuscripts, glue.. They are particularly fond of fermenting food.


The oriental cockroach is a large species of cockroach, adult males being 18–29 mm and adult females being 20–27 mm. The male is dark brown, has long wings, and has a narrower body than females. Both of them are flightless. They prefer warm places and relatively high humidity. Oriental cockroaches can be found in usually damp places such as sewer pipes, sink drains, and any other form of damp areas in households.


The brown-banded cockroach, is a small species of cockroach, measuring about 10 to 14 mm long. It is tan to light brown and has two light-colored bands across the wings and abdomen. The male has wings that cover the abdomen, while the female has wings that do not cover the abdomen completely. The male appears more slender than the female, the female appears wider. The brown-banded cockroach eats a wide variety of items.


The Australian cockroach is a common species of tropical cockroach, with a length of 23–35 mm. It is brown overall. It is very similar in appearance to the American cockroach and may be easily mistaken for it. It is, however, slightly smaller. It prefers warmer climates and is not cold-tolerant. It may come indoors to look for food and even to live, but in warm weather, it may move outdoors and enter buildings looking for food.