Wondering what pesky critters you’re prone to come across in your area? Here are five of the most common pests in Texas.
At ePest Solutions, we know all about creepy-crawlers. So we’ve made you a handy list of 5 of the most common pests in Texas, which are: Ants Mosquitoes Spiders Beetles Fleas Know what to expect when dealing with these common Texas pests. Bugs are everywhere, an unfortunate reality for those of us who are bit […]
ePestSolutions: Your Online Do It Yourself Pest Control Store Fleas belong to the insect order Siphonaptera. There are thousands of species of fleas, some of which are specific to one type of mammal or another. Dog, cats, rats and humans each have a specific type of flea to pester them. The human flea is known […]
When you have pest problems you want them taken care of quickly, efficiently, and at the best price. Sometimes the best pest control solutions involve more than one product to be thoroughly effective. Here at ePestSolutions we have put together kits of carefully chosen products that directly target a pest problem from all fronts. This […]
Fleas are a problem that impacts the lives of families and individuals throughout the country. The insects are often spread from pets or are dragged into the house from an outdoor setting. Once the pests get into the house, it can be an annoying problem. That is why it's important to select the most appropriate […]
Using Exciter For control of accessible, exposed stages of CRAWLING INSECTS including, but not limited to, Ants, Cockroaches, Cadelles, Cigarette Beetles, Confused Flour Beetles, Dark Mealworms, Dried Fruit Beetles, Drugstore Beetles, Grain Mites, Red Flour Beetles, Rice Weevil
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We tend to stop thinking about fleas and ticks when the cold months start rolling in, but do our pets.
If you know or suspect you may have a flea problem, you are probably dreading what you envision will be an exhausting and time-consuming process trying to get rid of these tiny pests. The good news is, there are some tools that can help make this process much easier than you might expect.
Many people mistakenly believe they only need to be alert for flea infestations during the very hottest times of the year. In reality, though, there really isn’t a short, limited “flea season.”
Rats and mice are annoying enough on their own (and can also present some serious health risks). But to make things worse, they often also carry fleas that can cause a whole host of separate problems for both human and animal members of your household.