Houston, TX Pest Control
Big, beautiful Houston, Texas, is the most populous city in the entire state, and its many neighborhoods and subdivisions house more than 2.2 million people. With an abundance of wonderful employment opportunities and an excellent climate that offers hot, humid summers and cool, mild winters, it's an amazing place to live, work and raise a family. However, that saying about everything being bigger in Texas is also true about Houston's pest-control issues because that fabulous weather attracts a great many nuisance pests to homes and commercial businesses all year long. Fortunately, here at Hart Pest Control, we've been taking care of all of the pest-control concerns of those in Houston's Spring area since 1969, and these are just a few of the many nuisance pests that we're often called upon to eradicate.
Most people associate fleas with a problem that their furry pet may have, but these nasty blood suckers are just as happy dining on humans. Even those who keep their pets protected from fleas may face a flea infestation when a house mouse or other furry visitor leaves fleas behind. Fleas breed rapidly, so you may find great numbers of flea eggs hatching in carpets, pet bedding, human bedding, rugs and upholstered furnishings. Fleas have no problem finding a food source because they can easily hop from place to place, and their presence poses many dangers to humans. In addition to causing severe allergies in some sensitive persons, fleas may also transmit typhus, tapeworm and even the plague.
Just about any time in Texas should be perfect for outdoor barbecues and children playing outside, but mosquitoes can ruin the enjoyment of your outdoor space. The constant buzzing in your face and itchy bites are enough to keep you indoors, but mosquitoes are actually quite dangerous. Worldwide, mosquitoes are responsible for more than 1 million deaths every year, and your family may face serious health consequences right here in Texas. In this area, mosquitoes have been known to transmit West Nile virus, and the other biggest threat is to pregnant women. A single bite from a mosquito can transmit the Zika virus, and this horrible disease is extremely detrimental to unborn babies and may cause severe birth defects.
It's never a pleasant experience to find a mouse or a rat inside of your home, but these rodents come in looking for food and a nice nesting place. In addition to the common house mouse, this area has also experienced problems with both Norway rats and roof rats. Any of these rodents are capable of creating a fire hazard because of their constant chewing on electrical wires, and they'll also destroy your attic insulation because it makes excellent nesting material. If rats have invaded your home, then your family may be exposed to several serious illnesses that are transmitted through the rodent's urine, droppings or saliva. These include salmonella, rat-bite fever and the hantavirus.
Contact Us for Professional Assistance Today
Those in Spring and the surrounding area who are experiencing problems with these or any other pest are welcome to contact us here at Hart Pest Control. Just give us a call at 281-407-8336, and our professional and experienced technicians will be more than happy to provide you with a completely free estimate.