Learn More About The Pests In Conroe, TX
When you find ants in your kitchen or roaches in your bathroom, many questions run through your head about the problems they might be causing, how they’re getting into your home or business, and how you can get rid of them as quickly and effectively as possible. Our Pest Library answers those questions for you. You’ll find information here about the most common pests in the Conroe area.
Bed bugs are indoor pests that no one wants to discover inside of their Conroe area home or business. These pests feed solely on blood. Human blood is their favorite, and if we are available, they will ignore all other sources of food, such as the blood of pets and other animals.
Though carpenter ants work at a slower pace damaging wooden structures than other wood-destroying pests, having these large ants on your property should never be taken lightly.
There are many species of cockroaches living worldwide. While cockroaches are a significant pest problem throughout the United States, it is actually only a handful of cockroaches that have learned to make themselves at home in our homes.
Fire ants not only deliver painful bites and stings, but they cause other problems as well. They are an invasive species, take over properties in large numbers, and drive away native species of ants and other insects.
Fleas & Ticks
Fleas and ticks are both ectoparasites and feed on their host’s blood from outside their body. Fleas are insects, ticks are arachnids, and both are wingless. The blood of warm-blooded animals is the sole source of nutrition for fleas and ticks.
Mosquitoes are a type of insect that, despite their small size, can drive people mad. The real culprits for making us miserable are the female mosquitoes. Females bite us to feed on our blood and get the protein required to create healthy and viable eggs.
Rodents make up the largest groups of mammals and live on every continent except Antarctica. They are prolific breeders and can produce a significant pest problem inside homes and businesses.
Spiders are arachnids and have eight legs, two body parts, and many eyes. Though they aren't cute or cuddly, these creatures are an essential part of the ecosystem.
Insects like bees, wasps, hornets, yellow jackets and mud daubers all have a stinger located at the end of their abdomen they use to defend themselves, their nests, or to paralyze prey.
Termites are prevalent pests and live throughout Texas. Our warm, humid weather provides subterranean termites with the moisture they crave and allows them to be active throughout the year.