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1/18/2020

What Spotting Springtails Can Say About Your Houston Home

Have you encountered tiny gray-looking insects, congregating in large numbers, in moist areas of your home? Do they spring away from you or, worse, spring up into your face, when you look at them closely? If so, you might be wondering what they are. Are they fleas? Do they bite? Are they dangerous? Today we are exploring springtails, what they are, and what it might mean if you are seeing them ...

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12/23/2019

The Favorable Method To Keeping Your Houston Home Pest-Free

Have you noticed that we have a lot of pests in Houston?  The worst way to address this threat is to respond to each pest problem as it occurs. This will have you paying out a lot more money than you need to. It is far more favorable to bundle your pest control together and get all those pests at once. This is one of the many reasons why it is best to have an on-going pest control program,...

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12/19/2019

Putting An End To Problematic Birds Around Your Houston Business

Are birds considered pests? You might not think so if you've never had a bird problem. Birds are enjoyable to have around. You may find them so enjoyable that you put bird feeders around your business to lure them in. Birds are colorful, playful and fun to watch. There are few people who would say they don't like birds. But having birds around can bring problems for your Houston business. Let's...

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12/11/2019

Houston Area Wasp Prevention Tips

Paper wasps are somewhat beneficial insects. When they visit your property, they locate and eliminate caterpillars and some other pests that can harm your turfgrass and ornamental plants in your landscaping. It is nice to get visits from wasps. What isn't so nice is when wasps create a nest....

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12/6/2019

Everything You Need To Know About Ticks In Katy

Ticks are small, six-legged insects that have oval-shaped bodies, pinpoint heads, and enormous, expandable abdomens. Their blood-feeding behavior and weather resilience mean that these pests can find their way onto your property with ease. Common types of ticks around Texas include the dog tick, the seed tick, and the infamous Lone Star tick....

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