Our Pest Control Blog
Have you ever wondered why certain pests behave the way they do, thought about how they’re getting inside, or wanted to know a few DIY tricks to get rid of them? If so, read on and get your questions answered
If a creature is larger than another creature, does that make it more dangerous? Not always. Take mosquitoes as an example. These tiny bugs are responsible for over one million deaths each year. One would not expect that sort of threat from such a small, inconspicuous bug.
Spiders have two body regions (cephalothorax and abdomen), eight legs, fangs (chelicerae), no wings, and no antennae. Most, but not all spiders have eight eyes. Spiders do not have chewing mouthparts. Instead, they use digestive enzymes in their saliva to break down their food before eating it.
You probably don't want mice in your home and go to great lengths to keep them away. But are your efforts working? Unfortunately, it is difficult to prevent and eliminate mice from your Beaumont home. Find out why this is the case and what you can do to keep the pests away.
There’s just something about spiders that really makes the skin crawl. Maybe it’s their fangs; maybe it’s the way they scurry around. Whatever the reason may be, spiders are never a welcome sight in any Conroe home.