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Termites are dangerous both to humans and a structure. They can cause extensive and costly damage if left untreated. Aside from the property damage caused by termites, it's important to take measures to keep yourself safe as well.
One of the strangest and least understood of the Texas house bugs is the silverfish.
Carpenter ants are very common in Texas. Learn about how to identify them, facts about them, and how to protect your home.
Mosquitoes are most active during the summer and falls months here in Texas.
As a resident of this state, new or old, it is important for you to be familiar with the types of pests most common to the area so that you know how to avoid common pest infestation and who to call for help if they do take over your home.
Almost any household can be susceptible to rodent infestations. A complex set of circumstances, like your climate, home structure and age, personal habits, and more, can determine whether you have to deal with rats and mice.
Like all animals (and humans), mice and rats need food, water, and shelter. Your home provides these resources for you—and, unfortunately, also for rodents. Humans work hard to make our homes cozy and comfortable, but sometimes that comfort can entice unwanted guests.
Every homeowner knows termites are bad news. They’re resilient, destructive, costly, and a year-round threat, making them one of the most stressful pests you’ll come across. Whether you’re looking for ways to protect your home from termites or just want to learn more, we’re here to teach you everything you need to know about termites.
Cockroaches are a common problem in Texas. They can make their way into your home and create unsanitary conditions for you and your family. Two of the most common types of cockroaches in Texas are the American Cockroach and the German Cockroach. Learn how to identify these pests, what impact they could have on your home, how to prevent them, and more!