POST-HARVEY PEST CONTROL
Post-Flood Pest Issues
Harvey is causing an increase in pest control problems throughout the Houston-area. We recommend additional pest control treatments to defend your community. It's important to treat the outside of buildings for pests before you start having issues inside.
Mosquito Treatment Options
- One-time Knock-down Treatment
- 3 month Program: Package of 4 mosquito treatments
- Seasonal or Annual Programs
Rodent Treatment Options
- Exterior Rodent Bait Stations
- Rodent Trapping (Interior or Attic)
- Building Exclusion (sealing inside apartments or outside buildings)
Insect Barrier Treatment
- Treatment around the outside of all buildings to control insects.
- Target insects: waterbugs (roaches), ants, spiders, and more.
Envirotrol now offers Power Washing for sidewalks, patios, common areas, and building siding. We are offering discounted rates Post-Harvey to help your property cleanup from the storm. Request more information below.
Request a Treatment Proposal
Phone: 281-498-6007 | Service@EnvirotrolHouston.com
Our thoughts are with all of those impacted by this catastrophic storm, including many of our employees and many of the communities we service. We will work together to recover.
KEY CONTACT INFORMATION
OUR TEAM WILL DO OUR BEST TO BE RESPONSIVE TO YOUR NEEDS DURING THIS TIME.
MAIN PHONE: 281-498-6007
QUESTIONS OR SERVICE REQUESTS: Service@EnvirotrolHouston.com
CORPORATE CONTACT: JonP@EnvirotrolHouston.com, Vice President. Direct: 512-201-4110
COMMON POST-FLOODING PEST ISSUES
OUR TEAM IS HERE TO HELP YOU.
The floods have displaced common pests from their natural habitats, making it more likely you'll have pest issues inside buildings. Standing water, trash, and humid conditions will also create breeding grounds for many common pests.
INCREASE IN MOSQUITO ACTIVITY
Standing water will provide breeding grounds for mosquito populations that are already at summertime highs. Mosquito control will be an important public safety issue after this storm.
INCREASE IN RODENT ACTIVITY
The rodent population has been displaced by water, and you should expect an increase in rodent activity in buildings. Rodents will be a very serious ongoing problem after this storm - like they were in New Orleans after Katrina.
INCREASE IN ROACH ACTIVITY
We expect to see an increase in both American and German roach activity, due to conditions that are highly conducive to their breeding.
INCREASE IN ANT & INSECT ACTIVITY
You should expect to see an overall increase in insect activity, ranging from spiders to beetles and other insects. In particular, ants will migrate inside due to flood conditions.