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Dangerous Spiders in Texas 

Dangerous Spiders in Texas 

Texas has nearly 900 different spider species. Most of those species are completely harmless, but two of them are considered dangerous. Anna, Texas is home to the two most venomous spiders in the United States, the black widow and the brown recluse.    Black...

Rodent-Proofing Your Home for Winter

Rodent-Proofing Your Home for Winter

Colorful leaves and football season means that Fall is in the air. Here in Texas, the temperature is finally starting to cool off a little, and it is the perfect time to tidy up the yard and prepare for winter. Rodents are also preparing for winter by storing food and...

Mosquito Season in Texas 

Mosquito Season in Texas 

Now that the weather has begun to cool down, many people are wondering when mosquito season is going to finally be over. Unfortunately, here in Texas, mosquito season lasts the majority of the year, so don’t let down your guard just yet.     What determines...

Scorpion Control in Texas

Scorpion Control in Texas

You might be surprised to learn that scorpions are a type of arachnid and are related to animals like spiders and ticks. There are over 1,300 species of scorpions found worldwide. They are most often thought of as a desert animal, but scorpions can be found in a...

Dealing with Crickets

Dealing with Crickets

Late summer and fall in Texas typically means it’s cricket season. While not particularly dangerous, crickets can become a huge nuisance in homes and businesses and cause damage to clothing and other fabrics. If you are tired of the yearly cricket invasion, learn how...

Carpenter Ants in Texas

Carpenter Ants in Texas

During the spring and summer, ants can seem like a constant, never-ending problem. Once they find a way into your house, getting rid of them becomes a real challenge. While some ants are simply annoying, carpenter ants can actually do real damage to your home. Save...

Are You Attracting Roaches?

Are You Attracting Roaches?

Cockroaches are annoying little pests that are found nearly everywhere in the world. There are many different species of roaches that enter homes in Texas including: American, German, smokybrown, Oriental, and brown-banded cockroaches. One of the best ways...

Wasp Control

Wasp Control

Summer marks the return of wasps in Texas and across the United States. Not only are wasps annoying, but they can also be painful and potentially dangerous for some individuals. Avoid interrupted outdoor parties and nervous family members by learning how...

Behavioral Differences Between Rodents

Behavioral Differences Between Rodents

Rats and mice might seem very alike, but they actually have very different personalities and behaviors. Knowing these differences can help you in your trapping and exclusion efforts. Eating BehaviorsRats and mice will both eat whatever is available in...

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,...

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...

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...