Underground pests can be among the most difficult to control. They are rarely seen during daylight hours and their tunnel systems provide them both shelter and opportunities to escape unwanted attention. City Pest Control offers pest control services in Bryan/College Station, including but not limited to, cotton rat pest control, gopher pest control and mole pest control.
Fall is upon us! As the temperatures start dropping at night, pests such as rodents can start to seek shelter and food inside your home or business. Seeing even one mouse in your home or business can mean that there’s a whole family of rodents living in your basement, walls or in and between stored items. Therefore, we will discuss rodent infestations in the fall and how you can protect your Bryan/College Station home or business from these pests.
It’s normal to see bats, spiders and other creatures invade your front doorstep on Halloween in the form of trick-or-treaters or spooky décor, but we advise you to be on the lookout for real-life ghoulish pests as well. The following are just a few of the many creepy crawlers of Halloween that you might see.
Summer is the most active season for cockroaches in the Bryan/College Station area. They often will sneak into your home for food, water and shelter. Since they are nocturnal creatures adept at hiding, an infestation can get out of hand before you ever realize they are in your home. Therefore, we have put together a little information on the most common cockroaches in Bryan/College Station: American Cockroaches and Smoky Brown Cockroaches.
Spiders are skilled predators, as they use their webs to trap unsuspecting pests. Most spiders in this area are harmless, but discovering a spider web in your home can be an unsettling experience. There are almost 900 species of spiders in Texas and most of them are harmless to humans. We will discuss the most common spiders in Bryan/College Station.
One of many misconceptions about the cause of bed bug infestations is that they come from filth. However, this is not the case. Bed bugs can live in any type of environment, as long as they have access to their food source. We will answer the question, “Where do bed bugs come from?”