We recently moved to a different office at work. Our previous office was over fifty years old, and the office complex wasn't very well maintained (not airtight, plumbing problems, etc.). So we had bugs, of which I'm terrified. Our NEW office has bugs, too...we don't know if the roaches got in the boxes when we were packing, or if it's just that there are a lot of trees around our new office complex, or if the contractors didn't do a good job insulating the new place, or what. This office complex is much newer and better designed, so we thought we were leaving our pest problem behind. But this morning we've seen TWO and killed one (one we couldn't catch!). And and previously, additional roaches have been present. I don't understand, as the pest control people come out on a regular basis and were just here last week. So we started talking about roaches, and one person said, "They're everywhere, everyone has them, they just come inside looking for water." But I always heard that if you were extremely clean, you wouldn't have a problem with them. Is it true? Does "everyone" get roaches regardless, or what?