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Interesting Mosquito Facts For many people, summertime is one of the best seasons. The warm weather, warm weather, beach parties, and lots more motivate people to spend more time outside their homes.  Sadly, there is one insect that is notorious for ruining this amazing season. You guessed right – mosquitoes!  Apart from being noisy and extremely annoying, mosquitoes are known to spread malaria, Zika and other diseases  in some parts of the world. These biting creatures have become the bane of many civilized parts of the world. 

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Couple types of termite you are likely to encounter around the house are subterranean and drywood termites. Termites can be difficult to identify and locate, but there are a couple of indicators that you may have a termite problem.  Termites and their colonies can cause serious structural damage to a home or structure and in Texas, we typically think about them as when you have them not if you will have them.  According to Pestworld.org, they cause about $5 billion in property damage each year.   As we head into spring and the warm temperatures arrive we are likely to notice termite swarmers.  

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TERMITES: FACT, TYPES, AND HOW TO IDENTIFY THEM

What Do We Do?

Our specialization has made it easy for them to understand that every home is unique. To that end, they will help in the creation of a customized plan that suits you. Their plan puts the layout of your home as well as the degree to which the termites have infested your home. Regardless of species of termite, situations, or the areas of usage, they can handle the treatment of your home, including the usage of Termidor Liquid, Dry Foam and Our Foam, and Bait and Monitoring. 

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Have you ever wondered why cockroaches fly?

Do Cockroaches have Wings?

Yes, they have wings and fly. A great number of the species of cockroaches have been known to fly. In fact, it is rare to find any of the 55 types found in the U.S that does not have a wing. Yet, a great number of them would rather be on the ground to scavenge food. There is also a disparity in the rate of flight. While some can fly for a short distance, others can fly glide farther. They barely flap their wings, which is the reason for the short distance they run. 

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What Are Hornet Nests?

These are homes built by hornets through the use of saliva and wood pulps.  These wood pulps are chewed and fashioned into nests. These insects have a way of constructing paper-like structures in places that have enough shades and protections from different disturbances and elements. When you see a regular hornet nest, you will find hexagonal combs, which serves as an exterior covering. Also, their nests have just one entrance.

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