How Do Crickets Get Into Your House?

Crickets can get into your house through tiny openings in and around your home. They tend to do this when it gets hot and dry outside.

How Do Crickets Get Into Your House? Crickets can be a huge problem, especially here in Texas. They get into your house and can be quite difficult to find and get rid of. Plus the cricket’s chirping can be super annoying – we’ve all been there looking for that random cricket inside the house. What…

Read More

Are Crickets Harmful?

Crickets are not harmful or dangerous to people. Here's some more useful information about crickets.

Are Crickets Harmful? This time of year, many of our pest control customers tend to start seeing crickets turning up. One of the questions we consistently get is “are crickets harmful”? The short answer is no. Crickets haven’t been known to be dangerous or harmful to people. We’ve all been there: turning the house upside-down…

Read More

How Do I Get Rid of Fleas?

Image of a dog scratching because he has fleas.

Fleas are blood-feeding insects. They bite birds or mammals and feeding on blood. You, your pets, other people pets, wild animals; they don’t care who or what they bite as long as it has blood. Which means two things. One, they are super annoying because they bite you, and everything that bites you is annoying.…

Read More

Termites 101

Screenshot of a YouTube Sentricon Termite video.

Termites 101 Everything you need to know about termites in 3 minutes! Schedule a free termite inspection. Common Termite Signs Termite Mud Tubes Interior Termite Damage Exterior Termite Damage Termite Swarmer Termite Mud Tubes Frequently Asked Termite Questions

Read More

3 Reasons to Immediately Remove Pests and Rodents From Your Business

exterminator

  Termites, cockroaches, rats, and other pests and rodents can be a nightmare for homeowners, causing structural damage and just grossing everybody out. But for business owners, these pest and rodent issues can be much more significant — they can be catastrophic. Termites alone have been estimated to cause roughly $30 billion in damages to…

Read More