Conroe Pest Control
Termite & Mosquito Control in Conroe, TX
Conroe, TX is the perfect place to beat the heat by going out on Lake Conroe. But you won’t be alone as pests love the water during the summer months, and Lake Conroe is no exception.
The water in and around the lake makes the perfect breeding ground for annoying summer pests like mosquitos, quickly ruining an outdoor day in the sun. These mosquitos can also look to make their ways indoors if close enough to your home or business.
Other pests to look out for in Conroe are cockroaches and rodents, as both will be making their ways inside to beat the heat. The pests will look for entry points to make your house or business their new home, and they could potentially begin to reproduce if not taken care of quickly.
Preventive Pest Control has seen the damage that Conroe pests can cause, and we’re standing by to make sure your summer fun isn’t spoiled by bugs or rodents.
Preventive Pest Control is fully equipped to take on any type of Conroe pest control job, whether it be to inspect, prevent or remove pests. We even offer a free inspection to make sure that you can rest easy knowing that your potential pest problem is in the right hands.
Preventive Pest Control is fully equipped to take on any type of pest control job, whether it be to inspect, prevent or remove pests. We even offer a free inspection to make sure that you can rest easy knowing that your potential pest problem is in the right hands.
How To Prevent The Need For Mosquito Control
1. Trim shrubs and foliage - Mosquitos thrive in shady parts of your property because while they come out in spring and summer, they loathe direct sunlight. So if you have excess foliage that's adding shade to your backyard, trimming it can help rid your property of these pests.
2. Get rid of standing water - The easiest way of avoiding the need our Conroe mosquito control specialists is to get rid of any standing water on your property. Rain buckets or tires that are full of water are perfect breeding grounds for mosquitos to lay their eggs. If you have any water garden, consider treating your standing water.
3. Use fans - If you're hosting people over in your backyard, put some air fans at ankle height. Since mosquitos are quite small, a little airflow goes a long way with these pests to blow them away from your ankles.
4. Clean your gutters - Another way of avoiding the need for our mosquito control specialists is to clean your gutters. When your gutters are full of leaves, they won't drain properly and will lead to standing water where mosquitos can lay their eggs.
For comprehensive pest control, contact our Conroe termite and mosquito control experts online today.