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West Nile Virus and Mosquito Control

West Nile Virus and Mosquito Control

According to the CDC, West Nile Virus (WNV) is the leading cause of mosquito-borne disease in the continental U.S. There is currently no vaccine, so prevention efforts and mosquito control are key. Although WNV is most common during the warm summer months, mosquito...
Swarming Termites

Swarming Termites

Spring is the most common time in Texas to see swarms of flying termites. These reproductive termites are on the hunt for a place to start a new nest, and you definitely don’t want it to be in your house. Understanding termite swarms can help keep your home protected...
The Difference Between Centipedes and Millipedes

The Difference Between Centipedes and Millipedes

During the springtime, centipedes and millipedes start to become much more active and may find their way into yards and homes. Although they are both known for having lots of legs, centipedes and millipedes are actually very different creatures. Here are some of the...
What You Need to Know About Argentine Ants

What You Need to Know About Argentine Ants

Ants are extremely common household pests, and one of the most prevalent species is the Argentine ant. They may be small creatures, but they can cause big headaches. Argentine ants are particularly difficult because they are an invasive species that can not only cause...
How do You Prevent Pantry Pests?

How do You Prevent Pantry Pests?

The pantry can be a difficult area to manage when it comes to household pests. Indian meal moths, weevils, and various pantry beetles can seemingly appear out of nowhere and contaminate large amounts of food in a very short period of time. To prevent and control...
The Differences Between Ants and Termites

The Differences Between Ants and Termites

With spring in the air, it is common to notice a major increase in insect activity. Two of the most common types of spring pests are termites and ants. While you likely don’t want either of them hanging around your house, it important to know which one you are dealing...