Archive for the pest control Category

Fall Weather Pests

Looks like the cooler weather is finally showing up and with the new season, we’ll find it’s time to take care of those Fall Weather Pests that come with it. Here in Southeast Texas, when the temperature can change from cool, to warm to cold, sometimes all […]

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Crane Fly-shoo fly, don’t bother me

As I sit curled up watching my favorite show learning how to fend off Walkers, I notice hopping off my television and then slowly bouncing off my white walls drawing my attention to it instead of Rick and the gang is a flying, dreaded long legged flying […]

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Spiders – A frienemy in the home

For most people, spiders are a nuisance pest that show up in our home almost overnight. Not all spiders are bad though. Some actually help us by feeding on other insects such as roaches, earwigs, mosquitoes, flies and other disease carrying pests. They have even been known to […]

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North American Millipede

With the fall season here, you may have noticed the millipedes are back again. Specifically, the North American millipede. The cooler, rainy weather provide the millipedes reason for them to appear seemingly out of nowhere and indicates the migration season is here. It could be a few […]

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Game of Pests, Winter is coming!

Ever feel you’re battling your own “Game of Thrones” with the pest seasons? You just want to protect your own kingdom. Keep the structure safe from the infiltrating pests and rodents from finding that one small break in the walls and sneak in right under your nose. […]

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Gnats, Flies and the drain game

I seem to get a higher volume call this time of year for flies and gnats in the home, predominantly in the kitchen area. Gnats are small little flies that you find around fruit, drains and houseplants. The gnats do have a purpose in the food chain […]

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And the millipede parade begins…

Millipedes might be fun to watch as a kid but as a grown up, it’s annoying to see them in your living room and worse, seeing your cat play with them. Millipedes prefer to live in moist, shady areas out in the garden but recent heavy rains […]

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Unwanted Visitors- Fire Ants

The heavy, consistent rain has brought to the surface fire ant mounds almost overnight. The saturated soil has forced them to build above ground making simply walking in your yard a not so fun game of “tiptoe and avoid the ants”. Many of us remember as kids […]

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Argentine Ants

Argentine Ants have received considerable academic attention for their invasive behavior in Mediterranean climates. Although Argentine Ants exist mainly in the southern, coastal regions of the US, the Argentine Ant is considered one of the world’s worst 100 invaders; often displacing all native ants once they are […]

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Lord of the Fly Swatter and Why It May Not Be Prudent To Use

William Golding’s 1954 novel, “Lord of the Flies” evokes disturbing images of a severed boar’s head impaled on a wooden pole, swarming with flies.  It seems there is no one who actually likes the common house fly – a slight simplification because there are more than 16,000 […]

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