Pest Control and Exterminator Texas


Home / Pest Library What are rodents? Rodents are small mammals with a set of large, constantly-growing front incisors. Their front teeth, located in both the upper and lower jaws, are used to break open hard seeds and nuts. Common rodent names you may be familiar with include roof rats, Norway rats, house mice, and… Continue reading Rodents


Home / Pest Library What are spiders? While it may be easy to slip up and mistake spiders for insects, they are actually better categorized as arachnids and are closely related to ticks. These pests are some of the most common home-invading pests and can be found all throughout the United States, including here in… Continue reading Spiders

Bed Bugs

Home / Pest Library What are bed bugs? Bed bugs are small, parasitic insects that depend on the blood of humans or animals to survive. Unfortunately for us, bed bugs seem to prefer the blood of humans over that of other animals. These pests are commonly found invading homes and businesses and are making a… Continue reading Bed Bugs


Home / Pest Library What are ants? There are over 12,000 different species of ants, but most common home-invading ants display similar behaviors and habits. Ants are small social insects that are usually dark brown, black, or reddish-brown in color. Ant colonies may have 1,000 or more individual ants all working together to provide for,… Continue reading Ants


Home / Pest Library What are mosquitoes? Mosquitoes are insects that feed on the blood of humans and animals to provide the proper nourishment for their eggs. Interestingly enough, this means that only female mosquitoes are responsible for biting humans, while both male and female mosquitoes feed on plant nectar to meet their own nutritional… Continue reading Mosquitoes


Home / Pest Library What are termites? Termites are small, wood-destroying insects that are usually between 1/4 of an inch and 1/2 an inch in length. These destructive insects are creamy-white to dark brown or black in color, and they live in large colonies with anywhere between 4,000 and 1,000,000 termites, depending on the species.… Continue reading Termites


Home / Pest Library What are scorpions? A fact about scorpions that is not commonly known is that they actually fall under the same category as spiders – they are arachnids. Scorpions and spiders are distant cousins. Like spiders, scorpions have eight legs, no antenna or wings, and they have a strictly carnivorous diet that… Continue reading Scorpions

Texas Wasps

Home / Pest Library What are the wasps? Wasps are stinging insects and are a separate species from both ants and bees. Unlike bees, wasps are capable of inflicting several stings at a time. Many wasps live in large colonies, while several species prefer solitary lives. Some of the more common wasps we can find… Continue reading Texas Wasps