Insects and creatures can be scary overall, but bigger ones are especially intimidating.
Summertime may bring refreshing days at the pool and plenty of sunshine, but in College Station, it also means dealing with local mosquitoes.
Here’s what College Station homeowners need to know about what attracts ants, how to keep them out, and how to handle an active ant infestation in your hom...
There is nothing more frustrating than having new roaches coming in to replace the ones you've gotten rid of. Here are a few attractants to consider:
It’s wise to read about local classes of ants. By learning about their appearance and behavioral patterns, you’ll gain insight into their risk factors.
Why do mosquitoes bite? Do they live on blood they draw from humans? Why do they collect? Maybe these pests bite people because they want to be annoying?
There are plenty of things you might not understand about the pests that could invade your home in College Station.
If you haven't been bitten by a fire ant, consider yourself lucky. This pest has a painful sting and you might not realize how dangerous fire ants can be.
There’s an old saying that one should believe none of what they hear, and only half of what they see. This can definitely be applied to pests.
Are you tired of spider webs accumulating on your ceiling, or of feeling something crawling all over you at night?
Cockroaches are hard pests to eliminate from a home. What’s worse, they can spread all sorts of harmful bacteria and human pathogens when they invade.
Carpenter ants build their nests inside of wood. In doing so, they can cause destruction to properties if they choose to build their colonies inside of it.