Pest Control Services for Houston, Texas

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Looking for a reliable pest control services in Houston, Bellaire, Richmond, Missouri City, or any area of Texas – well you need the services of a professional local pest control company.  

Whether you are looking at a termite treatment to protect your investment or wish to make your home a safer place by having the most effective pest control Texas has on offer, you need a pest control local business to be able to provide you with a family friendly pest management service using the latest, most effective yet safe chemicals. In fact in some instances we are able to provide you with chemical free alternatives should you prefer.

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Types of vermin that will need assistance from a local bug control company

bird lice

Bird Mites

Bird mites are naturally found where birds (such as pigeons, starlings, sparrows and poultry) and their nests are located. 

mosquitos

Mosquitos

The mosquito goes through four separate and distinct stages of its life cycle: Egg, Larva, Pupa, and Adult.

Fleas

Fleas

Fleas belong to the order Siphonaptera; a name of Greek origin that roughly translates to mean that fleas have hollow tube mouthparts and are wingless.

termites

Termites

Subterranean termites typically prefer to gnaw on the softest part of the wood located between the grains.

Flies

In the warmer months, you may be visited by what seems like swarms of flies that take over your yard, land on your food during picnics and cling to the siding of your home.

silverfish

Silverfish

Silverfish are slender, wingless insects with three long, tail-like appendages, and two thread-like antennae.

Carpet Beetles

Carpet beetles are part of the ecosystem and pose no problem in their natural environment where their larvae eat animal proteins, feathers, animal skins and hair.

rats

Rats

In addition to being unpleasant to look at, rats carry diseases and pose a health risk to the people you love.

Bed Bugs

Bedbugs are commonly found on beds or mattresses, and feed on human blood. Their bite typically causes a large, reddened and itchy weal that fades to a red spot. Bedbugs are not believed to transmit diseases to humans

bees

Bees

There is no question about how good bees are for the garden. But having a hive right in your backyard brings the risk of bee stings to you and your family.

Ants

Ants

Where there is one ant visible, there are likely thousands more nearby. This knowledge may not bother you so much when you are picnicking in the great outdoors, but if an ant infestation occurs in your home, you’ll want to solve the problem fast.

Cockroaches

There are a variety of species of cockroaches that can be found in multiple spots on a property. At any given time, you could find American, Australian and Common Shining cockroaches in garden mulch, or German and Brown Banded cockroaches hiding in your kitchen.

Rodents

While rodents are mostly nocturnal, common signs they have entered your home include droppings, rub marks, scratching noises, holes, nests, and footprints. 

Spiders

Spiders

No matter what kind of spider you’re dealing with, you probably don’t want to share space with them. They multiply quickly and can rapidly take over your home, garden, or patio.

Birds

Birds

Although birds can bring music and color to your yard, they can also cause chaos by eating plants, roosting in trees and leaving potentially dangerous droppings.

rats

Rats

In addition to being unpleasant to look at, rats carry diseases and pose a health risk to the people you love.  They can also be incredibly destructive – chewing through walls, insulation, and electrical wiring. If you want to reclaim your home, the only option is to figure out how to get rid of rats fast once and for all.

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Commercial Pest Control

Whether you run or own a Houston hotel, office, restaurant, or warehouse, it’s practical to keep your property free from all sorts of pests. It isn’t just about keeping illnesses and a bad reputation at bay. As it turns out, these unwelcome critters cause a great deal of inconvenience, some can even severely affect your business operation in different ways.

These pests can cause diseases and damage your property in numerous ways. Since our commercial pest control services are completely eco-friendly, you have nothing to worry about. None of the pest control products we’ll use will affect your property or staff in any way.

A detailed inspection should be conducted before commencing any pest control process.Licensed and well-trained inspectors should check every nook and cranny of your premises. After that, they should produce a comprehensive report which is written in simple language so that you have no trouble understanding it.

If you own a restaurant, pest control specialists can assist via health inspections and keep services discreet so as to protect your reputation.

If you have a health care facility, such as a hospital or nursing home, a local pest control business can help keep pests at bay to ensure that you can treat the ailing in the most effective manner.

Types of Buildings Serviced by Pest Control Companies in Texas

  •  Apartments
  • Office Buildings
  • Government Buildings
  • Nursing Homes
  • Assisted Living 
  • Contractors
  • Day Care Facilities
  • Retail Stores
  •  Hotels
  • Motels
  • Warehouses
  • Schools
  • Hospitals
  • Restaurants
  • Churches
  • Grocery Stores

Bug Control Service Ares in Texas

  • Houston  TX  77001
  • Houston  TX  77002
  • Bellaire  TX  77401
  • Richmond  TX  77406
  • Missouri City  TX  77459
  • Stafford  TX  77477
  • Sugar Land  TX  77478
  • Pasadena  TX  77501
  • Channelview  TX  77530
  • Crosby  TX  77532
  • Fresno  TX  77545
  • Galena Park  TX  77547
  • Manvel  TX  77578
  • Pearland  TX  77581
  • South Houston  TX  77587
  • Houston  TX  77001
  • Houston  TX  77002
  • Bellaire  TX  77401
  • Richmond  TX  77406
  • Missouri City  TX  77459
  • Stafford  TX  77477
  • Sugar Land  TX  77478
  • Pasadena  TX  77501
  • Channelview  TX  77530
  • Crosby  TX  77532
  • Fresno  TX  77545
  • Galena Park  TX  77547
  • Manvel  TX  77578
  • Pearland  TX  77581
  • South Houston  TX  77587
  • Deer Park  TX  77536
  • Deer Park  TX  77536
  • La Porte  TX  77571
  • La Porte  TX  77571
  • Friendswood  TX  77546
  • Friendswood  TX  77546
  • Huffman  TX  77336
  • Huffman  TX  77336
  • Webster  TX  77598
  • Webster  TX  77598

Frequently Asked Pest Control Questions

It depends case-by-case. Certain pests take longer to deal with than others, and certain homes are larger and more complicated to service than others. Some treatments may only take 30 minutes while others may take up to 8 hours depending on the severity and type of treatment that is needed.

In most cases, you can expect to see a significant and noticeable reduction in pest activity within one to two days. The exact timeframe depends on the pest we’re dealing with along with the choice of materials necessary to provide the best long-term results.

In some cases, you will actually see a slight increase in pest activity right after our initial treatment. This is a good sign! This means the pesticides are working. We have disrupted their normal breeding and feeding habits, and are looking for a new place to live – the only difference now is that pesticide is all over them. They are not going to last long. Give it a week or two to die down, but give us a call if they persist past that time – we may need to give them another round.

If you’re inquiring about pest inspection and/or pest control, chances are you’ve tried to solve the issue yourself. While taking things into your own hands is great in some instances, pest control almost always requires more strategy and attention than you can give it. More often than not, homeowners tend to lack the expertise and time to handle most pest-related situations that are commonly encountered in or around a home or business.

There are numerous ways that pests can enter a home. Ants, roaches, and even mice can enter through impossibly tiny cracks and crevices as they search for food and shelter. To lessen the chances of pests intruding into your home, be sure to keep any branches, shrubs, piles of firewood, decorative rocks, and any other aspect of landscaping well-maintained.

For example, if you’ve got a pile of firewood adjacent to your home, be sure to roll around the logs every so often to decrease the chance of pests beginning to form nests in the area, or have them raised off the ground. Properly stacking any piles of firewood would also be beneficial and optimal.

Spiders, ants, and other pests have been known to use trees, shrubs, and parts of gardens as ladders into homes through windows, cracks in brick siding, etc. Before applying any treatment, Stomp Pest Control inspects and pinpoints potential problem areas that may need to be tended to, but it is your job to make sure that these areas get the alteration that they need.

There are several temporary solutions that may work for a short period of time, but in our experience, continued pest control is achieved through going above and beyond normal practices. To learn more, check out the Stomp Pest Extermination and Inspection Difference.

Amateur applications of over-the-counter, basic pest control products are nearly always ineffective, and take multiple time-consuming attempts. Like any chemical, pesticides need to be used with caution. Our certified technicians will ensure that the job is done right, and according to the law.

Most Pest Control company’s first priority is the safety and happiness of our customers, as well as being as environmentally friendly as possible. All of materials are generally EPA approved and biodegradable and all technicians have been thoroughly trained on industry safety regulations and guidelines. The products used are the same products that are used on sensitive areas, such as schools and hospitals. 

The strongest products on the market last 60-90 days. After that, they biodegrade and become a part of the natural environment; otherwise, they wouldn’t be registered with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The weather also affects the efficacy of our treatments – but not as much as you’d think. Next time it rains, look at the base of your home; chances are, it’s still dry. This means the barrier spray is still going strong. And for our yard treatment, the granules we use are water activated, so the rain is actually beneficial.

But, at times, the products do wear off before we come out next, so this is where a free re-service will come in handy.

Generally, pest Control companies have very high standards for employees. Each employees usually undergoes in-depth and thorough interview process. 

Yes, pest control is crucial, especially in the winter. Believe it or not, winter pests are surprisingly worse than summer pests. Although most flying insects are gone, this doesn’t mean that the threat of all pests is gone. The warmth of your home is particularly inviting to rodents and insects during the harsh temperatures of winter. This means they do whatever it takes to get inside. That is why it is important to do pest control during the winter. Not only can they be annoying, but also harmful to your health. Rodents can carry diseases, such as Salmonella and Hantavirus, spider bites can result in dangerous side effects, and cockroaches can prompt asthma and other allergies.

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