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What you need to know about pests in Spring, Texas

Knowing a bit about the pests that are likely to view your Texas yard or home as a place to nest or gather food is essential to protecting your family and property from the problems they create. Our pest library will help you identify the pests you see lurking in the corner of your home or running across your kitchen floor! The more you know about our area’s common pests and why they are there, the easier it will be to keep them out!  Let’s learn a bit about all kinds of rodents.

Clear Them Out & Stop Re-entry

Rodents such as roof rats, Norway rats, and mice are small mammals that regularly invade our homes and businesses. Referred to as commensal rodents, they have come to want to live with us after realizing that our homes and businesses provide them with most of their basic needs. They nest in our yards, houses, and outbuildings, and gather food and water from our gardens, fruit trees, trash cans, and kitchens. Rodents are prolific breeders, and once they are on your property, they multiply quickly and are difficult to control and eliminate without the help of a professional.

Though each rodent species is unique, what connects all rodents are their front incisors that grow throughout their life. Part of why rodents are dangerous and unwanted on our properties is because of their front teeth. Their sharp front teeth will allow them to create openings in walls and floors, chew through boxes, and cut through wires and pipes. In addition to the damage that rodents cause with their teeth, other reasons why these pests are so unwanted is their ability to spread diseases and bacteria, contaminate food and surfaces, and trigger allergies with their shed fur and excrement. Though rodents want to be with us, they are dangerous and destructive, and we should never tolerate their presence in or around our Texas homes.

Eliminating rodents from homes and businesses is best done with the help of a professional. At Pest Arrest, we offer the residential and commercial pest control necessary to eradicate rodents and other household pests and prevent them from returning.

  • Eliminate entry points by placing screens on chimneys and vents and repairing holes in the exterior walls and foundation.
  • Maintain your yard and pick up fallen fruits and vegetables from gardens and fruit trees.
  • Remove wild bird and animal feeders from your property and keep lids on trash cans to take away other popular food sources.
  • Remove woodpiles, fallen trees, overgrown shrubbery, and other areas of clutter from your yard where rodents can hide or nest.
  • It is also important to remove areas of clutter in your home that could hide a rodent infestation.

Rodent Prevention  Tips

Pest Arrest is an excellent service company! The bugs are GONE!!! Mo is a great technician — he explains what he is doing and why. When purchasing services like this, I’m always worried that the service won’t work. But Pest Arrest has done an amazing job at an affordable price. Thank you!!


- Denise Gowan

I just had a great experience with your company. John Santos and Mo both were exceedingly professional and knowledgeable! They spent so much more time completing my termite check than anyone had done in the past. I will not hesitate to recommend them to anyone and feel confident that everything was done properly and completely.


- Deb Svo

Edwin Negron was my exterminator. I was impressed with his knowledge and he answered every question I had. He even pointed out a wasp nest outside my had I didn’t even know was there. I look forward to future visits for maintenance. 100% recommend


- Rolando Flores

I was really impressed at how friendly, straight forward and efficient the scheduling process was. Thanks Lacie! My Tech Anibal was right on time, very knowledgeable and friendly. He took time to offer and explain the services. No pressure, Great tips! Star rating for this tech and company!


- Cat

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