1. Scorpions Are Fascinating

    No one wants to find scorpions in their home or get stung by one.  But they are very interesting and unique arachnids. Scorpions give birth to live young! They ride on their mother's back for protection until they can safely disperse. Scorpions have a long life span. They can live between 2-10 years in the wild or up to 25 years in captivity! Scorpions can live up to a year without eating and can…Read More

  2. 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 recluse is name…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. Pest Control & Warranties

    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 sure …Read More

  5. Texas Giant Centipede

    Texas Giant Centipedes are very startling. They can grow up to 12" long and are usually blueish green with a red head and bright yellow legs.  They can inflict a painful bite,similar to a wasp sting, when handled but are not life threatening. They are usually found under rocks or boards outside but can occasionally enter homes when the weather cools. These centipedes are not seen frequently but i…Read More

  6. Scorpion Stings

    The sting from the scorpions found in Central Texas can be painful but are usually not dangerous, as long as you are not allergic. If you get stung, first put an ice cube on the sting for the pain. If you have some digestive enzymes for protein (you can try meat tenderizer) you can make a paste with it and put it on the sting. This will digest the sting and can eliminate the pain and can work on w…Read More

  7. Earwigs

    Earwigs are harmless but the pincers on their rear end can cause fear in some. They are named after a myth that they would crawl into the ear and burrow into the brain. They do not infest homes but will become accidental invaders. You can vacuum or sweep them up. If there are large numbers of them a pest control service may be needed. General Integrated Pest Management (IPM) practices can help kee…Read More

  8. Texas Giant Centipede

    Texas Giant Centipedes are very startling. They can grow up to 12" long and are usually blueish green with a red head and bright yellow legs.  They can inflict a painful bite,similar to a wasp sting, when handled but are not life threatening. They are usually found under rocks or boards outside but can occasionally enter homes when the weather cools. These centipedes are not seen frequently but i…Read More

  9. Tips for Scorpion Exclusion

    Scorpions can be difficult to deal with once they are inside the home. They can stay in an area for months without moving or eating so even with a very thorough pest service you can still see some. They tend to enter the home, go into the attic and come out through light fixtures/ceiling fans or simply gaps around doors. Here are some things that you can do to help keep them from entering in the f…Read More

  10. 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