In the bustling city of Houston, pest invasions can be a common nuisance. If your home or apartment is under siege by unwanted pests, let Houston Pest Control come to your rescue. Our dedicated team of professionals offers top-notch pest control services that will swiftly eradicate any pest problems you encounter. Whether you need to eliminate an existing infestation or take preventive measures to secure your property against future pest invasions, our local experts are here to help. Our comprehensive pest control services target a wide range of common pests, including:24 Hour Service
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At Houston Pest Control, we take pride in providing high-quality pest control services that prioritize thoroughness and effectiveness. When you choose us for your pest control needs in Houston, you can expect the following:
Detailed Inspection: Our certified exterminators will conduct a meticulous inspection of your property to identify pest entry points, exit routes, and potential trouble areas.
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Swift Pest Elimination: Our goal is to swiftly and effectively eliminate your pest infestation, providing you with the rapid relief you seek.
Ongoing Maintenance: To safeguard your property against future pest incursions, we offer regular visits for maintenance and preventative treatments. This proactive approach ensures that pests won't return to disrupt your peace of mind.
When pests invade your Houston home, trust Houston Pest Control for professional and reliable solutions. Our team is committed to delivering a customized and comprehensive approach to pest management, ensuring your property remains pest-free. Contact us today for a consultation and a tailored pest control plan designed to address your specific needs.
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Why worry about termites?
A: Termites cause billions of dollars in damage each year in the U.S. They primarily feed on wood, but also damage paper, books, insulation, and even swimming pool liners and filtration systems. Termites can injure living trees and shrubs, but more often are a secondary invader of woody plants already in decline. While termites may infest buildings at any time, they are particularly relevant when buying or selling a home since a termite inspection/infestation report is normally a condition of sale. Besides the monetary impact, thousands of winged termites emerging inside one's home are an emotionally trying experience — not to mention the thought of termites silently feasting on one's largest investment.
Q: Why are infestations often discovered in the spring?
A: Spring typically is when large numbers of winged termites, known as "swarmers," emerge inside homes. In nature, termites swarm to disperse and start new colonies. Triggered by warmer temperatures and rainfall, the winged termites emerge from the colony and fly into the air. The swarmers then drop to the ground, shed their wings, pair off with a mate, and attempt to begin new colonies in the soil. Termite swarmers emerging inside a home are incapable of damaging wood and only live for about a day. Removal can be accomplished with a broom or vacuum.
Q: How will I know if my home is infested?
A: Discovering winged termites indoors almost always indicates an infestation warranting treatment. Since the swarmers are attracted to light, they often are seen around windows and doors. People often confuse winged termites with ants, which tend to swarm at the same time of year. Termites have straight antennae, a uniformly thickened waist, and wings of equal size. Conversely, ants have elbowed antennae, constricted waists, and forewings that are longer than the hind wings.
Swarms of termites emerging from tree stumps, woodpiles, etc. out in the yard are not necessarily cause for concern, and do not automatically mean the house is infested. On the other hand, if swarmers are emerging next to the foundation or from abutting porches or patios, there's a good chance the home is infested as well.
Other signs of infestation are earthen “mud” tubes extending over foundation walls, support piers, sill plates, floor joists, etc.The mud tubes are typically about the diameter of a pencil, but sometimes can be thicker. Termites construct the tubes for shelter as they travel between their underground colonies and the structure. To help determine if an infestation is active, the tubes may be broken open and checked for the presence of small, creamy-white worker termites. If a tube happens to be vacant, it does not necessarily mean that the infestation is inactive; termites often abandon sections of tube while foraging elsewhere in the structure.
Termite-damaged wood is hollowed out along the grain, with bits of dried mud or soil lining the feeding galleries. Wood damaged by moisture or other types of insects (e.g., carpenter ants) will not have this appearance. Occasionally termites also bore tiny holes through drywall or plaster, accompanied by bits of soil around the margin. Rippled or sunken traces behind wall coverings can also be indicative of termites tunneling underneath.
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