Our Pest Control Blog
If you want to learn more about protecting your home from pests, you’re in the right place! Check out our blog for expert advice, fun facts, and more.
As a Texas homeowner, you need to know the common spiders that you might find in your home. Spiders certainly have a beneficial utility in nature but having them around our homes is not a good thing.
Stinging insects can wreak havoc around your home and make you nervous to spend time outside. Although bees are a critical part of our ecosystem, having nests around your house is stressful, especially if you or a family member is allergic.
Mosquitoes are certainly a nuisance pest around our homes.
"Don't let the bed bugs bite." You’ve probably heard this hundreds or thousands of times in your life but thought it was just an expression with no real meaning. Unfortunately, these bugs do exist and they’ve made a comeback over the years.
Is everything bigger in Texas? Based on the size of the following insects, this popular phrase definitely proves to be true. Let’s take a look at the largest bugs in the state.
Texas is a great place to live. Galveston has long been the beach getaway for Texans, and Houston is a cultural epicenter that supplies museums, live music, and well-known education facilities.
Cockroaches are one of the most iconic insects that come to mind when people hear the word “pest.” They are unsanitary, tenacious, and worst of all, they spread rapidly.
What many people consider to be the most wonderful time of the year is just around the corner! Everyone has their own way of enjoying the holidays with their loved ones. You may have a tradition of making delicious desserts or putting up decorations.
Many pesky rodents like to live under decks and porches, which can be annoying. These pests like to live under decks because the space is dark and quiet. Raccoons and skunks can be a nuisance, and keeping them away from your yard is a must.
Many people who have BBQs in their backyards enjoy them so much they would like to invite the entire town. However, there are certain kinds of guests that no one wants at a BBQ, yet which always seem to be inviting themselves: Insects.