While one likes to think about it, even experts like us, rodent droppings can tell you a lot about what kind of rodents you’re dealing with. And knowing what kind of rodent you’re dealing with, whether it’s rats, mice, or squirrels, can help you get rid of them faster.

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A lot of homeowners and businesses struggle with crickets in the late summer and early fall. Their populations explode and can be a serious nuisance. Find out how to control crickets before they swarm your home or business.

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With the heavy Texas heat we are experiencing, especially in Austin, San Marcos, Temple, and Houston, we have finally had a nice amount of rain. But this extra amount of water carries with it some complications. Not only does it damage homes and spread dangerous bacteria, but it also causes a sudden influx in the insect population. Some of the most common insects and pests that quickly appear after storms and floods are fire ants, mosquitoes, camel crickets, cockroaches, and rodents (rats and mice).

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