A-Tex Pest Management supplies commercial businesses and residential homes in the Greater Austin, Texas area with pest control services. Being fully licensed and insured to serve our community, we understand that our biggest asset is our customers; which is why we consistently apply friendly customer service, traditional values, exceptional work ethics, and high morals into every service executed with superior workmanship. A-Tex Pest Management technicians have advanced and ongoing training, experience in the industry, and remarkable skills associated with our profession; making them more than qualified to perform the tasks in correlation to our services. Additionally, A-Tex Pest Management utilizes high-end products and equipment sold only to licensed professionals to ensure maximum results.
A-Tex Pest Management offers a number of pest control services to commercial and residential customers in Austin, Texas and surrounding areas that include springtails. They are white or gray, tiny little insects, about 1/16″ long that get their name from a spring-loaded fork appendage underside their abdomen, known as the furcula. When the furcula is released, these little ones get flung into the air. Springtails prefer damp soil, eating mold and fungus, they are commonly found in flowerbeds, wood piles, under logs, paving stones, and landscape timbers. Since they need moisture to thrive, indoors they are typically found in basements, kitchens, and bathrooms. If the moisture is inadequate, they will migrate to a different place.
Inside your home, you can fix any area indoors that retains moisture. This includes leaks around sinks, pipes, windows and doors. Outside, you can tidy your landscape and remove lawn debris. This will eliminate nesting sites.
Springtail Inspection, Control & Extermination in in Austin, Round Rock, Leander, Pflugerville & Cedar Park, Texas
If you have an infestation of springtails inside your Greater Austin, Texas home or business, contact A-Tex Pest Management today and let our experts exterminate them.