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20 12, 2018

What’s That Scratching Sound? What To Do about Houston’s Home Intruders

Residential, Rodents, Wildlife|

Raccoons and squirrels and rats, oh my! Let’s just say we’ve been getting a lot of requests from our customers this time of year for [...]

8 12, 2015

A Few Simple Steps for Rodent Prevention

Rodents, Wildlife|

As cooler weather approaches, homes throughout the Houston-Galveston area will be greeted by unwanted guests. We’re not talking about the in-laws, we’re talking about rodents. [...]

12 01, 2015

Meadow Voles, Roof Rats, And Deer Mice Threaten Management

Rodents, Wildlife|

When it is cold, rodents look to enter man-made structures. Rodents--known for their incisors that never stop growing--must chew to wear their teeth down. This natural propensity to gnaw allows them to chew their way through soft wood to gain access to wall voids, attic crawl spaces, and other areas in your home or garage.

10 05, 2013

Houston Pest Control Pros On Bat Exclusion

Animal Trapping, Houston Pest Control, Pest Prevention Tips, Wildlife|

Bats get a bad rep for their status as a pest inside of business facilities across Texas. Not only are they capable of causing damage to structures after roosting and leaving their urine and feces, but they can also transmit several pathogens. Bats in your Texas facility or any type of property where people congregate for that matter are a serious health hazard and should be taken care of right away.

25 09, 2012

Slithering Snakes Of Texas

Animal Trapping, Houston Pest Control, Wildlife|

A commonly feared pest to many Texas homeowners are snakes. These slithering creatures can be found all over the state including homes, farms, woods, and even in urban areas. And between the venom, the bites, and the constricting habits of snakes, it’s no wonder they stir up fear in most. So you are fully aware of what types of the snakes are lurking in your backyard, the Houston pest control pros at Holder’s Pest Solutions have some information on the common snakes found in Texas.

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