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Preventative Spring Time Pest Control

Posted by: Jaxon Larson On: 01/11/2021

Springtime is just around the corner and this time of year brings warmer weather and blooming flowers. It also marks the return of our most common pests in Texas. Pests such as ants, termites, and wasps. These pests have been waiting out the winter in their homes and will be emerging now to invade yours. […]

Why is Texas seeing more rats and mice this year?

Posted by: Jaxon Larson On: 10/20/2020

It seems that there has been an explosion of rat and mice sightings in Texas this year. I wanted to know if that is what everyone else has been experiencing or is it just us here at Beeline Pest Control. Here is what a few of the experts from Texas A&M are saying. Rat Number […]

Comprehensive Guide to Common Rats in Texas

Posted by: Jaxon Larson On: 10/20/2020

With fall on the way and the colder weather rapidly approaching, it’s good to start thinking about pest control. Especially our favorite pest of all, the lovely rat. They are very intelligent, extremely acrobatic and capable of sniffing out anything. You will see the numbers increasing as they start looking for water, food, and shelter. […]

Learn about Mud Dauber Wasps in Texas

Posted by: Jaxon Larson On: 09/18/2020

Mud Dauber Wasps   Mud dauber is a common name for a wasp that constructs its nest of mud. There are many species of wasps referred to as mud daubers, such as Organ Pipe mud daubers, black-and-yellow mud daubers and blue mud daubers. Mud daubers are commonly found throughout the United States.   The female […]

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