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  • Continuing follow-through: You'll receive Houston Pest Control’s year-round Pest-Away® pest management service for continual peace of mind and protection  – and our grounds-care maintenance keeps your greenery thriving month after month.

  • Guaranteed guard against termites: Our Termite Home Protection Service ensures that termites stay gone.

  • Our licensed technicians use the most effective and up-to-date pest control and lawn care methods, materials, and equipment.

  • Humane approach: Whether we're removing pests or treating your lawn and garden, we employ the most humane strategies available.

  • Mindful of the environment: We have more Green Pro-certified technicians trained in integrated pest management and green practices than any other pest control or extermination company.

  • Houston Pest Control™, or Sustainable Methods and Responsible Treatments: Savvy green solutions for all your pest control and Termite In Homecare needs.

  • ou Have Our Word: We guarantee 100 percent that your Houston Pest Control service will be done right, every time.

Signs of Termite Infestations

​Two of the most destructive types of termites found locally in Houston, Texas, and up through the Rocky Mountains are Subterranean Termites and Drywood Termites. Subterranean and drywood termites both need food and some moisture to survive although dry wood termites need less moisture. Subterranean termites live in the soil and can create large colonies. In the springtime, a swarm of winged termites leaves the colony to search for a new place to attack. If you see swarmers flying around your neighborhood, this is a sure sign of an infestation, especially if you see them close around your property. Other signs include the presence of mud tubes on your property which are straw-like tubes going up from the ground. In contrast, Drywood termites live within the wood with no soil contact and have a small number in their colony. A sign of a dry wood termite infestation is sand-like fecal pellets that may fall from the ceiling or furniture. If you are seeing any of these signs of a termite infestation, you may need professional termite control assistance.