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1110, 2017

Mosquito Populations Rise Post-Harvey

October 11th, 2017|Blog|

Soon after Harvey, the U.S. Air Force deployed C-130H Hercules (cargo aircrafts) to spray over 6 million acres in the greater Houston area with pesticides to terminate rising insect populations. Due to the enormous amount [...]

1110, 2017

The Life Cycle of Weather and Pests

October 11th, 2017|Ants, Biting insects, Residential, Rodents, Stinging Insects|

As time passes following Hurricane Harvey, Holder’s phone continues to ring with new pest questions daily. Houston’s weather is still readjusting from the extreme moisture, which means pests are too. We are here to explain [...]

2209, 2017

What Comes after the Flood: Protecting Your Business from Pests

September 22nd, 2017|Blog|

With more than 24.5 trillion gallons of rain inundating the Houston region, Hurricane Harvey has devastated many homes and businesses. As the first pass of debris removal is to be completed in the first 30 [...]

1509, 2017

Why Does Flooding Bring Fire Ants?

September 15th, 2017|Ants, Residential|

You have probably seen the images of floating red fire ants in Houston from news sources all over the nation. It begs the question, what is it about flooding that attracts these insects? If you’re [...]

1309, 2017

Termites vs. Ants, What’s the Difference?

September 13th, 2017|Ants, Blog, Residential, Termite Inspection, Termites|

Termites and carpenter ants can look almost identical to one another, and while both can be damaging, it’s important you know what you’re dealing with so you can take the right measures to rid them [...]

509, 2017

Pests Relocate Following Harvey Floods

September 5th, 2017|Ants, Biting insects, Blog, Cockroaches, Houston Pest Control, Rodents, Termites|

Some are calling the floods following Harvey the worst flood in a thousand years, and it had many residents fleeing their homes. But residents weren't the only ones fleeing. When waters rise, it forces wildlife and [...]