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11 10, 2017

The Life Cycle of Weather and Pests

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, [...]

19 05, 2017

Enjoy National BBQ Month Bug-Free

Blog, Residential, Stinging Insects, Total Home Protection|

As you may already know, May is national barbecue month. Although the month is coming to a close, barbecue season continues year-round in Houston – [...]

13 04, 2017

Forecast Calls for Increased Flying Pest Population in Houston

Flying insects, Houston Pest Control, Residential, Stinging Insects|

With warmer, wetter spring weather on its way, we can expect to see a higher than normal flying pest population this year. Houston’s winter weather [...]

30 08, 2016

Stinging Insects and What to Do About Them

Flying insects, Stinging Insects|

Justin Schmidt is arguably the most dedicated entomologist in his field. He finds stinging Hymenoptera – bees, wasps, etc. – so fascinating that he willingly [...]

1 06, 2016

Eliminating Mosquitoes – How to Prevent a Mosquito Invasion

Biting insects, Mosquito Control, Pest Prevention Tips, Stinging Insects|

As we recently uncovered, deterring mosquitoes in your own backyard can be a futile task. A massive infestation of uncontrollable mosquitoes, however, can also be [...]

1 06, 2016

Zika Virus Update

Biting insects, Houston Pest Control, Mosquito Control, News, Stinging Insects|

“The status of Zika has changed from a mild medical curiosity to a disease with severe public health implications,” said Margaret Chan, World Health Organization [...]

19 05, 2016

Alternative Mosquito Repellants

Biting insects, Mosquito Control, Stinging Insects|

The first mosquito bite of the year brings about a conflicting inner monologue. On one hand, you associate a mosquito bite with the coming of [...]

30 07, 2015

Six Bugs You Should Avoid In Texas

Ants, Stinging Insects|

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.

19 07, 2015

Has This Wet Texas Spring Brought You New Pests?

Biting insects, Flying insects, Houston Pest Control, Mosquito Control, Occasional invaders, Spiders, Stinging Insects|

Wet weather drives pests into homes, and moist basements make them never want to leave. If you understand these two principles, you may actually be able to reverse the infestation that may already be happening in your home.

14 04, 2015

Are Red Ants In Houston Dangerous?

Ants, Stinging Insects|

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.

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