Spiders are one of the less destructive of all the pests, but at the same time, one of the most unsettling pests to have in your home. Insect-eating benefits aside, spiders are a nuisance to homeowners and nobody wants to share living quarters with them. Green Team Pest understands the different spider species in our area and can help you with eliminating spiders from your property. Let’s discuss why spiders are such a bother and how we can help you manage an infestation.
It’s safe to say that no one wants a pest infestation, but some pests are worse than others. Besides the health risk they pose, they can wreak havoc on your home and bank account. Green Team Pest has seen the damage caused by pest infestations, and our experts have the knowledge to effectively eliminate pests from your home. Here are three of the most destructive household pests, and how we can help keep them away.
There’s never a good time for a pest infestation in your home, but if you know when to expect them, then you can be proactive about controlling them. At Green Team Pest, we believe that every family deserves to live in a pest-free home. We will customize the most effective, least invasive pest control plan possible for your home. As we are entering the winter season, here are some pests that you might find seeking shelter inside your home from the cold outside.
Common household pests can enter your home for a variety of reasons. At Green Team Pest, we will provide the most effective and least invasive plan possible in order to eliminate them. But first, let’s take a look at some of the most common pests found in homes and what lures them there in the first place.
The real estate market swings back and forth like a pendulum. During peaks, supply can be in such short demand that prospective buyers use clever tactics to win the bid. For example, they may offer more than the home is worth, buy it sight-unseen, or waive any inspections. At Green Team Pest, we don’t think you should waive the termite inspection, and this post explains why.
Each year, termites cause billions of dollars worth of damage to structures throughout the U.S. Don’t take your chances when purchasing a home or commercial building. Instead, call Green Team Pest to schedule comprehensive termite treatment services for your property today. We are your one-stop shop for termite detection and elimination.
Spring has awakened many things here in Texas: the flowers, trees… and the fire ants. During this time of year, fire ants become increasingly active as they forage for food and search for new places to colonize. Protect your lawn from these dangerous pests with professional fire ant control from Green Team Pest. Our team will customize a pest control solution for your home and lawn that effectively eliminates and prevents future infestations.
We are in the thick of winter here in the greater Houston area. The cool, damp weather forces people to spend increasing amounts of time indoors. Likewise, rodents and pests flock to homes in search of food, shelter, and a safe nesting site. If you’ve noticed an increase in rodent activity in and around your home, you are not alone. Contact Green Team Pest today to learn about our rodent control services. To avoid future rodent issues, we recommend you take the following precautions (see our previous post for more tips):
Houston is entering into the coolest, wettest months of the year. While this means Houston-area residents are spending more time indoors, it also means rodents and pests are seeking harborage in your home. Every year when the temperature drops, Green Team Pest receives countless calls about rodent removal. This year, take a proactive approach to keep rodents out of your home. Check back in February for more tips on rodent-proofing your home.
Houston area residents know that dealing with household pests is a common problem. Fortunately, you don’t have to fight the battle against silverfish and other troublesome pests on your own. Green Team Pest will create a customized pest control plan to effectively eliminate pests from your home without causing harm to your family or the environment.