4 Reasons to Hire Our Team for Pest Control Services

December 10, 2019 | Houston

As a homeowner, there’s nothing more frustrating than a pest infestation you can’t seem to eradicate. Whether it’s physical damage caused by termites, harm to outdoor plants, or obvious rodent droppings, you want nothing more than to be rid of these vermin once and for all. It can be difficult to know where to turn for help. At Bryan & Bryan Inspections, we’ve listened to and heard from our valuable customers. We understand your frustrations. Our team is committed to providing comprehensive and effective treatment plans that destroy pests and insects while keeping your family healthy and safe.1. Termites & MoreBryan & Bryan not only handles termite infestations, but also a number of other insects and rodents, including:SpidersFire antsMiceSilverfishRoachesMosquitoesBirdsRodents2. Safe TreatmentsYour family’s health and safety are our #1 priority. Our team specializes in providing eco-conscious treatments that are safe for your family but dangerous to the vermin invading your home. … Continued

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3 Common Indoor Pests in Houston, TX

July 6, 2019 | Houston

No one likes to share their home with unwanted insects or rodents. Seeing signs of cockroaches or mice can make you feel insecure and tense about living in your own home. The professionals at Bryan and Bryan Inspections have been treating indoor pests in the Houston area since 1994. The next time you suspect vermin nesting in your home, especially these three common ones, give our office a call. We’re happy to take care of these nasty pests for good.1. CockroachesThe cockroach is known as one of the most common household intruders. They can carry various diseases because of their affinity for bathrooms and kitchens. There are four tell-tale signs that these insects have invaded your home:Flee to dark areasLeave behind droppingsEgg capsules left near food sourcesSmell like a musty basement2. TermitesThe termite is known as the “silent destroyer” because of its ability to chew virtually undetected through wood and … Continued

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