1. Has My Home Been Invaded by Termites?

    As a homeowner, you want to do everything that you can to protect your investment from any type of damage, and if you live in southeast Texas, you know this means being on the lookout for signs of termite damage. If you’ve ever dealt with a termite infestation firsthand, you likely know how extens…Read More

  2. 5 Common Texas Yard Pests

    Summer has finally made its way to the Spring and Katy areas, and that likely means that your yard maintenance routine is in full swing. Ensuring that your lawn is regularly mowed, adequately watered, and fertilized are sure to be a couple of top priorities as you strive for a beautiful, lush front …Read More

  3. 6 Common Bed Bug Myths Busted

    If you’re like most folks, the thought of bugs is enough to make your skin crawl. No one really likes to think of their home being invaded by unwanted pests, and if you’ve ever had a pest infestation of any kind, you know just how challenging they can be to remedy. Pest Arrest in Spring has been…Read More

  4. 3 Reasons to Hire a Pest Control Professional

    As we transition from spring to summer here in southeast Texas, you can count on one thing: pests, and lots of them. From ants and spiders to mosquitos and yellow jackets, insects just love it when the weather warms up! For more than 20 years, the expert technicians at Pest Arrest have provided indu…Read More

  5. 4 Mosquito Control Tips

    With the temperatures climbing and afternoon rain showers becoming more frequent, spring has made an appearance in southeast Texas. While many of us will bask in the beautiful weather, we may also find ourselves swatting at pesky mosquitoes that have invaded our outdoor living spaces. While it can b…Read More

  6. Bed Bug Dogs

    Dogs have widely been used for their keen sense of smell to detect a variety of substances from drugs to mold. Specific species of canines can contain over three hundred million receptors in their noses compared to about thirty million for humans. This helps them to track scents through rain, mud, a…Read More

  7. Top ten places bed bugs hide out

    You’ve heard all about bedbugs in hotels, but did you know they’re also hiding (and waiting to hitch a ride home with you) in these common public places? Public Libraries Crawling into bed with a good book has taken on a whole new meaning if you’re borrowing books from the public library syste…Read More

  8. PEST OF THE MONTH, DECEMBER – COCKROACHES

    Cockroaches are among the most common insects, with about 70 species being found in the United States alone. Their sizes and colors vary significantly on the type of species infesting. Cockroaches are well known for moving to areas via “hitchhiking”. Because they prefer to hide in cracks and cre…Read More