Common Pests

Spiders & Centipedes
Spiders & Centipedes

Most common spiders in Texas are Grass Spiders, Orb Weavers, Woodlouse Hunter, Carolina Wolf Spider, Brown Widows, Common House Spider, The Texas Recluse, The Gray Wall Jumping Spider.

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Cockroaches
Cockroaches

Cockroaches are a common pest in Texas and frequently hide in kitchen areas so they can feed off food spills.

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Termites
Termites

Termites cause hundreds of thousands of dollars damage to homes every year. They are the silent, hidden menace that gain concealed access to structures and feed on our homes from the inside out; quietly removing timber.

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Ants
Ants

Ants can damage and short circuit electrical components as well as transfer viral, fungal and bacterial plant diseases.

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 Bed Bugs
Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are a parasite of humans. Bed bugs are hard to find; they are small in size and fit into the tiniest cracks.

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Fleas
Fleas

Fleas are a common problem to both humans and animals, and are known to transmit diseases.

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Rats
Rats

According to the CSIRO about 10% of rodent species are significant pests in urban and agricultural environments.

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Mice
Mice

According to the CSIRO about 10% of rodent species are significant pests in urban and agricultural environments.

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