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Say Goodbye to the Bugs Blog

Keep up with the latest news and insights from Cypress Creek.

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.

For many Houston residents, summer brings sun, heat, rain, and with it, more opportunities to go outside and have some fun. Unfortunately, summer also brings out a lot of pests. And while you may notice some of these like ants and cockroaches year-round, the increased Houston heat provides a thriving environment for them and more pesky pests. For example, ticks and scorpions, actually prefer warmer temperatures.

As seasons transition, so do our behaviors. Houston winters, while mild compared to other parts of the United States, occasionally send some locals inside. When spring and summer roll around, people start taking advantage of the warm temperatures and adventuring into the outdoors. And when it rains, which is a common occurrence for our city’s subtropical climate, we generally avoid it.

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