If you haven’t heard about crazy ants and you live in Texas, some might wonder if you’ve been living under a rock. But if that was the case, there’s a good chance you’ve become acquainted with crazy ants anyway! These pests have gotten everywhere, but only in the last decade. Here is some insight into the history of crazy ants in Texas.
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Pesky, invasive ants are nothing new to the residents of Texas. They can be seen marching across lawns like a mighty army as well as coming into your home through the tiniest opening. Argentine ants and pharaoh ants are no more than 1/16 of an inch long, making access into your home possible through window screens and under doors. Having been in business since 1947, Holder’s Pest Solutions is equipped with the expertise, training, and knowledge pertinent to every situation and need of our clients. Contact Holder’s today and arrange for the services of one of our certified Master IPM Specialists and licensed fumigators.
Texas is a great place to live or visit. But, whether you live in the Lone Star state, or you're just visiting, here are six bugs you'll want to avoid.
There are a lot of pests that want to invade your home or business. Some of them are only looking for a place to hide from the weather, but the vast majority come seeking food. If you know what foods pests eat, you can deter them from coming in, or in many cases, from sticking around once they've come in.
Red imported fire ants are much more than a nuisance to the residents of Houston. The impact of this ant in the State of Texas has created a serious problem, costing an estimated $1.2 billion each year. The red imported fire ant is no respecter of persons, attacking urban, agricultural and wildlife areas. This red ant poses a tremendous health risk to humans, animals and plants.