Are you finding more spiders than normal in and around you home?  This really could be a pest problem, no really. Because most spiders are consuming other insects the solutions is sometime easier than you think.  Getting a handle on …

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Asian cockroaches (Blattella asahinai) are very prevalent insect pests in Texas, including in Porter. They look so much like German roaches (Blattella germanica) that even pest control professionals can have some difficulty telling the difference: Both roach species are small …

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House flies (a.k.a., Musca domestica), are found all over the world, in just about every kind of climate and weather, including in Texas. They are known to live where humans do. But flies are not only unwelcome guests in your home, …

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Centipedes ("100 legs") usually live outdoors, but they may occasionally wander inside if they find themselves close enough to your home's foundation. Then there are "House centipedes" that might want to stay in your Kingwood home for a while.  Outdoors, …

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Chinch bugs attack only one type of lawn: St. Augustine grass, which is among the most common types of grass in the South. These pests cause most damage in the Gulf Coast region and in the southern half of Texas.  Some …

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