How to Get Rid of Striped Bark Scorpions in Cedar Park, TX; Identification, Diet, Habitat, Stings, Prevention & Control

The Striped Bark Scorpion, also known as the Texas Bark Scorpion, is one of the most common species of scorpions that are found in homes and or commercial buildings. Scorpions are side by side with cockroaches as one of the more difficult pests to control. A-Tex Pest Management will share how this species of scorpions…

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Best Ways to Prevent & Control Spring Pest Infestations in Pflugerville, TX; Hiring an Exterminator for Perimeter Spray & More

Home invasion brings to mind visions of theft and savagery by human miscreants. But as spring approaches we must prepare for the onslaught of invaders of the small hairy rodent kind and multi-legged, venomous bug kind. Not to mention our more irritating and destructive feathered adversaries. Now is the time to prepare nature’s springtime pest…

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Restaurant Pest Control Procedures in Leander, TX; How to Prevent & Get Rid of Cockroaches in Restaurants & Commercial Kitchens

A cockroach invasion in a restaurant could be the end of your business. Whether you’re a large chain or an independent restaurant owner, you must take proper steps to keep cockroaches out of your restaurant. A-Tex Pest Management will share tips for all restaurant managers and owners that will help keep your restaurant spotless and…

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Holes in Wood, Frass & Other Signs, Detection, Identification & Prevention of Wood Boring Beetles in Round Rock, TX

There are several types of wood boring beetles found in Texas that can damage wood and wood products. Wood boring beetles can vary in size, the type of damage they cause, and their preference for the types of wood they damage. The knowledgeable professionals at A-Tex Pest Management are the experts when it comes to…

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Deadly Dangers of Do It Yourself (DIY) Pest Control in Austin, TX; Need for Proper Licensing, Accreditation, Knowledge, Experience & More

There is no doubt that pests entering your home comes with health risks. They carry disease and bacteria with them and contaminate your food. Not to mention, the damage they can do to your home if left untreated. Many people figure they can just do pest control on their own and skip having a professional…

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