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Formosan Termites: A Growing Threat

Formosan Termites: A Growing Threat

Our area of Texas is known for its warm and humid climate. Of course, this temperate climate attracts many pests, such as Formosan termites as well. Since first being introduced around the Houston Ship Channel back in the 1950's, Formosan termites are thriving and...

Looking for termites

Looking for termites is never fun. The alternative to looking for termites though can lead to structural damage and costly repairs if termites have been slowly building up their nest at the expense of your home. Termites eat wood from the inside out to build their...

Fleas in the winter

Fleas in the winter in the surrounding Houston area is definitely a thing. For those of us used to southern weather, flea issues can be year-round. Seeing fleas in the winter is mainly due to our fluctuating weather and humid conditions. In most instances, adult fleas...

Wasps and Hornets

Wasps and hornets are beneficial insects.  Some are pollinators or may help control some nuisance pests in the yard but may become aggressive if provoked or they feel their nest is in danger. Social wasps include yellow jackets, hornets or paper wasps. Solitary wasps...

Drain flies

Not a lot is as icky as seeing tiny little drain flies coming out of your tub or sink. Drain flies, also know as moth flies or sewer flies, can come out of your kitchen sink, your garbage disposal, your dishwasher and even from a bathtub overflow drain area. Drain...

White grub worms

I was preparing a spot in my backyard for fall vegetables to grow when I saw them, white grub worms! I didn’t even have to dig deep. This time of year, white grub worms will be pretty close to the surface. The white grub worms are the larvae form of June bugs. They...

Grasshoppers in the yard

Yard Insects can be particularly tricky. I’ve seen annoying pests like fire ants and grasshoppers in my yard. However I have also seen beautiful bees and other pollinators that have been helping my  plants bloom. With the additional time on our hands, many of us...

Mice in your garden

Mice in your garden can be a year-round issue. Lock downs,  social distancing or the economy is not a concern for pests. The biggest concern for mice is avoiding predators and their next meal. No one likes to admit to either having a rodent issue, past or present or...

Rodent proofing your home

Rodents are not an issue many people like to think about but consider rodent proofing your home before rodents become a problem. Mice can enter your home through a hole the size of a dime and rats can enter through a hole the size of a quarter. The damage can include...

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