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Practice Proper Pest Prevention During National Pest Management Month

 FullScope Pest Control is recognizing pest control professionals for their tireless work to protect public health and property


New Caney, Texas, April 19, 2021 – This April, FullScope Pest Control is joining others in the professional pest control industry to celebrate National Pest Management Month (NPMM), an annual observance recognized by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and Chase’s Calendar of Events. NPMM recognizes the role pest control professionals play in protecting public health, food and property from threats posed by pests. 


“Pest professionals and the pest control industry play a key role in our lives, working year-round to protect families and businesses from health and property threats, “said Derek Salazar, Owner at FullScope Pest Control. “Pests such as cockroaches, ticks and mosquitoes can transmit deadly diseases to humans while termites and rodents can cause serious structural damage to homes and businesses. Pest control professionals are at the ready to help should an infestation be suspected, but we also want to empower Americans to take proactive pest prevention steps as well to help ward off any potential invaders.”

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Posted on by General Support | Posted in Pest Control

The Texas Pocket gopher has a very prevalent presence in Mexico and in southern Texas, but is difficult to see, as they are such good hiders. Texas Pocket gophers live almost entirely underground, including underground in your Atascocita yard. These burrowing rodents are well adapted to living underground, with developed strong forelegs and incredibly strong, curved claws which make them perfect for digging. 

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Posted on by Full Scope Pest Control | Posted in Wildlife Control

Are termites common in Texas? Termites are an increasing problem in Texas, especially in areas like Houston that feature humidity and  moisture. Texas arguably has one of the highest concentration of termites in the country. It puts all of our homes at risk for a termite infestation.    

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 Act Quickly to Get Rid of Moles in Your New Caney Yard

You may have had the displeasure at some point of noticing raised ridges in your yard that you put so much time and love into caring for. You might have a mole problem! Moles are small mammals that feed on grubs, earthworms, insects and other little creatures, and tunnel underneath your New Caney lawn to inflict serious and expensive damage to your landscaping. They can also undermine all your hard work on your yard.  

There are many species of moles in the United States, but only one found in Texas: the Eastern mole (Scalopus aquaticus). Moles are NOT rodents, contrary to popular belief. They are more closely related to shrews.

Here are some things you can do to help recognize their damage and act quickly to get rid of moles in your yard.

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Posted on by Full Scope Pest Control | Posted in Rodents

Kingwood homes are prime real estate for pantry pests of all kinds. The good news is that there are ways you can keep these invading pests away from your food storage. Look forward to saying goodbye to these pantry pests.

To be effective at keeping your home pantry pest-free, you should address the root of the problem.  

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