1. Mosquito Control

    Everyone get tired of mosquitoes following them around in the yard!   The Asian tiger and Culex mosquito are the two most common mosquitoes found in Texas. The Asian Tiger mosquito is more of a bother because it bites throughout the entire day. We have several solutions to reduce mosquitoes on a different blog, so please check that out. We offer a very safe mosquito service.  It is our opinion …Read More

  2. Beneficial Nematodes for Flea Control

    If you suspect that your yard may be infested with fleas, beneficial nematodes are a good choice for control. They are microscopic worms that are broadcast into the soil. They feed on flea larvae and can also help with fire ants, white flies, grubs among other undesirable lawn pests. If you pull white socks over your ankles and walk around the yard for a few minutes you should be able to see fleas…Read More

  3. Wolf Spiders

    Wolf spiders are one of the most common spiders and are considered beneficial because of the pests that they consume. They do not spin webs but are active hunters in your yard at night. These spiders are often misidentified as brown recluse but are generally not harmful and will only bite if handled or provoked. If you shine a flashlight into your yard at night you may see the sparkles of the wolf…Read More

  4. House Geckos

    House geckos are often found in the yard or on the home. They are beneficial because they eat pests, including cockroaches. Most people don't mind having them on the home but do not like it when they find one inside. The best way to keep them out is to seal cracks around windows/doors with caulk and handle other potential entry points. These reptiles lay eggs and lose their tail as a defense mecha…Read More

  5. Silverfish

    Silverfish are difficult to get a handle on. The feed on paper, bookbinding glue and other types of cellulose & natural fibers. They tend to stay close to their food source but are often found in kitchens/bathrooms when they need water.  They thrive in humidity.  They can live in envelopes, eating the glue, making it unfeasible for pest control technicians to treat.  However, if you have s…Read More

  6. How to Identify the Brown Recluse Spider

    The brown recluse spider  has a violin shape on its head segment with the neck of the violin pointing toward the abdomen.  It has six eyes arranged in pairs, with one pair in front and a pair on either side of the head.  Both male and female are venomous, however the spiders are very timid.  Its body is not more than 3/8" long.  Both the legs and the abdomen are uniformly colored.  The r…Read More

  7. Fire Ants

    Call us to get on our fire ant list...then we will schedule you when the time is right to treat them!  At some time in late spring, fire ants swarm (leaving the colony to create more colonies) and begin foraging for food.  It is around this time that treating is most efficient as the ants will take the bait that is applied and the treatment can stop the new mounds from being formed.  Fire an…Read More

  8. Pest Control and Warranties or Guarantees

    The main difference between our one-time service and that of others is that we offer a free return within 3 months on almost any pest control service that we do unless the service is limited by the consumer (such as only treating outside for roaches instead of in and out, or only treating inside).  Most warranties for one-time service are for one month...that is not really long enough to make su…Read More

  9. Rat & Mice

    We use Contrac Blox because it always works, unlike trapping, and is very inexpensive as compared to trapping. Trapping requires multiple visits and may not achieve 100% eradication, especially when large numbers of rodents are present. Contrac Blox has a low chance of secondary poisoning. Rodents do not have to eat much of the bait and then it is passed quickly through their system. The small amo…Read More

  10. Fire Ants

    Fire ant bait consists of the active ingredient in corn grits coated with soybean oil. Worker ants take the bait back to the colony, where it is shared with the queen, which then either dies or becomes infertile depending on the type of bait being used. Baits are slow-acting and require weeks to months to achieve 80% to 90% control but results can be seen in the first week or two. When the ground …Read More