The Hunter Pest Bug Blog

Pest control techniques for the most common nuisances in the greater Houston area.

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Carpenter Ant Control

Carpenter Ants are some of the most formidable pests that we face as pest control professionals. Due to their social nature most ant species present a bit of a challenge. This is because unlike non-social insects like roaches and spiders, social insects are working...

Spider Control

Spiders are without a doubt one of the most common pests we find in peoples homes and businesses. When new customers contact us they often ask if there’s anything we can do about spiders. The truth is that spiders are quite difficult to control. Due to numerous...

Sugar Ant Control

One thing I’ve always found very interesting about my job as a pest control professional, or Bug Man if you will, is the terminology used by customers to describe different bugs. We get all sorts of colorful and interesting vocabulary when people try to describe a bug...

Baby Roaches

One of the most common things pest control guys hear on the job is “We’ve been seeing Baby Roaches”. When most people see a small roach they don't really give much thought to what kind of roach it is. They just want it out of their home. However, as pest control...

Flea Frenzy

I don’t know about you but for me there are few things as disturbing as finding a flea inside my home

Millipedes on the Move

“I have these weird brown worms all throughout my house….Please help!” The frantic calls, emails, and texts have begun for our old friend the Millipede. Millipedes are part of a group of bugs that the pest control industry labels as “Occasional Invaders.” They are...

Mosquito Control Houston

The local weather here in Houston is calling for anywhere from five to fifteen inches of rain through the end of the week and parts of the greater Houston area have already had over five inches in a single day. These rain events present obvious hazards with flooding...

Is it an Ant or Termite

It’s just about that time of year again in Houston.  The azaleas are blooming, the birds are chirping, and soon the Termites will be swarming.  If you’ve ever encountered a termite swarm in your house you know how unsettling it feels to witness hundreds of termites...