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Say Goodbye to the Bugs Blog

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Pests of any kind are unwelcome by homeowners, but termites are a particular breed of trouble. These little creatures are some of the most damaging insects out there. They can start swarming as early as February in Houston, feeding on the wood in and around homes. Because they're hard to detect, they can rake up thousands of dollars of damage before you realize they're even there. With the right knowledge, you can prevent this. Protect your home this spring by learning about the different types of termites that are native to the Houston area, and what you can do about them.

When it comes to your New Year’s resolution, how high is pest-proofing your home or office? Although it’s not a standard resolution, you shouldn’t discredit keeping your home or business pest-free this year. An invasion of mice, ants, termites, cockroaches, or other common pests can quickly turn your clean environment into one that’s unkempt and uninviting. By utilizing preventive pest control measures, you can prevent pests from entering your business or home in 2020 and causing unwanted damage.

As the weather finally cools down in Houston, many residents are on the lookout for 70-80 degree weather after a hot summer. What you should be keeping an eye out for is an influx of rats, mice, and raccoons. Cooling temperatures send these pests looking for shelter and food indoors.

The climate of Cypress, Texas – warm, humid, mild-winters – creates an ideal environment for a variety of indoor and outdoor pests. However, an environment riddled with pests and rodents is not what any homeowner would describe as “ideal.” In fact, some of these bugs, like mosquitoes and spiders, can create the complete opposite type of atmosphere.

Most people would agree that a beautiful day can be quickly interrupted by the buzzing sound of a fly. As we approach fall in Houston, these winged insects show no sign of slowing down. In fact, you may feel like there’s no way to avoid them. You can find them almost anywhere – out on a walk, out on the town, or even inside your home.

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