You deserve a more pest-free living environment.
Your home is your family’s safe haven, a place where your children can grow and thrive.A termite infestation or even the sight of a single roach threatens your family’s health and way of life. As a leader and pioneer in pest control, we take the burden off your shoulders and give you the best home protection the industry has to offer.
If you’re looking for a Texas-based pest control company you can trust, call us today for a consultation and free inspection of your home:
1 800 626-9329, or request service online and a tech will get back to you the same day.
You deserve the peace of mind that comes from knowing your home is pest-free and sanitary. Bugmobiles provides world-class pest control you can trust and afford.You’ll get a free inspection and a tech who takes the time to understand your needs and tailor a plan that’s just right for your family.
Our customizable pest control packages cover common pests such as roaches, ants*, silverfish and scorpions. Packages include an initial service, scheduled appointments at regular intervals (monthly, every other month or quarterly) and free re-sprays when deemed necessary throughout your annual contract.
*Excludes Tawny crazy ants.
We also offer services for other pests at an additional charge:
- Bats and birds (exclusion services)
- Bed Bugs
- Tawny crazy ants
- Fire Ants (one-year guarantee with TopChoice®)
- Fleas (indoor and outdoor)
- Mice and rats (exclusion service that seals rodent entry points also available)
- Mosquitoes (one-time service or custom mosquito-misting system)
- Snake control
- Wildlife trapping
Our one-time services come with a 30-day warranty.
Termites are one of the world’s most destructive pests, doing over $5 billion in damage to U.S. homes each year.
We provide a range of high-quality termite control services, from traditional drywood to subterranean treatments, to protect you and your family.
The 2 Types of Termites You Should Know About
· Drywood termite – these are the ones that usually infest furniture and walls, as they tend to live in the wood that they are consuming.
· Subterranean termite – these types form in the soil and create elaborate tunnels underground that lead them to food sources above ground. The Formosan termite is a common type of subterranean termite.
Notice a termite has two pair of wings the same length as opposed to an ant’s wings that are different lengths
Termite infestation is a huge problem across the country and that can affect your house’s structure and can also reduce the value of your home overall. Termites are known as the “silent killer” because they can eat any cellulose-based plant materials at an extremely fast pace, and can destroy any sort of wood without you even knowing that they are there. Having knowledge of the types of termites and what to do if you believe you have them can save your money, and more importantly, save your home.
The main things that you should look out for when checking for termites include bubbling and chipping paint on wooden surfaces, flying insects swarming around your windows or doors, tiny holes in wooden furniture or surfaces around your home, mud tubes or tunnels, and fine sawdust-like powder.
What Do You Do If You Find You Have Termites?
Well, this is a huge job that is best left to the professionals, like the experts at Bugmobiles. They have the best equipment and knowledge when it comes to getting rid of termites for good, and they can provide appropriate treatment based on the type of termites being dealt with. The treatments include using termiticides that are liquid based, such as Premise 75 or Termidor SC, borate, baiting, wall void foaming, tent fumigation, and specific drywood treatment.
Termites are annoying and dangerous to you and your family as they could eat your steps, your deck, or your chair. Eliminating them is not a simple DIY job. A professional, like those at Bugmobiles, can help you in an easy, safe, and effective way. Call today for a quote and ensure that your home is termite free
Take action now. Learn more about how we control termite infestation.
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We share some of our termite expertise. (Click the question to see the answer)
Q: What are the signs of termite infestation?
Q: How can I tell the difference between a flying ant and a termite?
We specialize in lush, healthy lawns.
A healthy, beautiful lawn helps you take pride in your home. It’s a place to make memories when you host family cookouts or play games with your kids.
Bugmobiles’ affordable services give you the lawn you want without all the work.
Customized Fertilizer Programs
Applying the optimal amounts of nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus leads to steady plant growth. This will promote proper root development, lush green leaf blades and grass that can be cut every five to seven days.
The result for you? A healthy, disease-free lawn.
We tailor our spring/summer maintenance and winter fertilizer programs to your lawn’s specific needs.
Weeds No More
Get the full benefits of both pre-emergent and post-emergent herbicides.
Pre-emergent herbicides are the preferred way to control the weeds. They must be applied before seeds start to germinate.
Post-emergent or mechanical methods remove weeds that have already begun to grow. Most weeds can be removed from a typical yard without damaging the grass. Exceptions include Dallisgrass, crabgrass and nut grass.
Brown patch, gray leaf spot, fairy ring, rust and downy mildew are fungi that make your lawn unsightly. We help you control them by using fungicides and recommending the ideal watering times and frequencies to reduce the chances of fungi growth.
Get rid of destructive lawn pests that keep you from enjoying your yard. We target common lawn pests, from grubs to chinch bugs to fire ants, to ensure that you and your family can enjoy a safe, attractive, pest-free lawn throughout the year.
Core aeration is a mechanical process applied to lawns that are heavily compacted or have a very thin turf. It can increase the quality of your turf by preventing fertilizer run-off, improve root depth of turf, and maintain water, nutrient and oxygen movement in the soil. This process can also reduce the organic layer at the root zone of the turf by physically breaking up/removing this zone. It’s an important process and should be done at least once a year, preferably during the active growing season.
Core Aeration FAQs
Q: What is core aeration?
Q: How do I know if my yard needs aeration?
Q: Will spiking do the same thing?
Q: When should I aerate?
Q: How often should my lawn be aerated?
Q: When will I see positive results in my lawn?
Q: Will aeration make my grass grow faster?
Q: Is aeration a one-time fix that can be discontinued when my lawn has improved?
Q: How deep and how many cores are required for effective aeration?
Q: How long will it take for the cores left in my lawn to disappear?
Q: Can I aerate myself?
Q: How much does aeration cost?
Q: Is it important to aerate close to obstacles such as driveways, sidewalks and plantings?
Q: How wet should my yard be for best aeration results?
Q: Should I aerate during times of drought or high heat?
Q: Should I aerate newly seeded grass or sod?
Q: Can aerator tines damage sprinkler heads or other items in the lawn?
Q: When should I fertilize?
Q: Will my lawn require more fertilization after aeration?
Q: When should I apply pre-emergent for weeds?
Q: Is reseeding after aeration a good practice?
Q: Do I need to dethatch (power rake) in addition to aeration?
Q: Should I water after aeration?
Our residential programs cover household pest control and custom lawn care. You can choose between a one-time service with a 30-day guarantee or a money-saving one-year maintenance service plan. Our techs are available as soon as you give us a call.