1. 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

  2. Time to bait for fire ants!

    Fire ant baits are extremely low in toxicity and make it easy to treat large areas effectively. Worker ants take the bait back to the colony, where it is shared with the queen which then either dies or becomes infertile. Baits are slow acting and require weeks to months to achieve 80% to 90% control. We consider them to be an environmentally friendly way of managing a fire ant population. If yo…Read More

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. PAPER WASPS

    Paper wasps are usually viewed as pests, but they are actually considered a beneficial insect. They feed mostly on caterpillars that can be garden pests as well as flies and beetle larvae. These wasps are typically brown/yellow or red with black wings. They make a nest that has honeycomb shaped cells, typically visible along the roofline and other areas that protect them from rain. If the nest is …Read More

  6. FIRE ANTS

    If you see a mound of fluffy soil in your yard, usually after a rain you have a fire ant problem. When it is hot and dry these ants are underground and may not be noticed, unless you are stung. When the ants go unchecked in your yard they can eventually go into the house to forage. They are usually found on the floors, around pet food and in laundry. The best way to combat this is to treat the yar…Read More