Contact Information

P.O. Box 142483
Austin, TX 78714
Phone: 512-836-3762



How much will it cost to have my house treated?
Pricing is different for every job, so you can give us a call at (512-836-3762) and we would be happy to give you a quote on your house.

Are the chemicals safe? Will they hurt my children or my pets?
Our chemicals are especially designed to exterminate insects. The lethal dosages is such that should not harm children or pets. We recommend that you let us know about aquariums and bird cages. Also, if you have a child that is younger than 6 months of age we would recommend that you remove the child from the treated area for at least two hours . If you have any concerns please feel free to call.

Are your employees licensed?
Yes, all of our employees are Certified Applicators, trained and licensed by the Texas Structural Pest Control Board.

Do your chemicals have a strong odor?
No. most of our chemicals have a very low odor. However, there are certain chemicals that have a stronger odor to them. If this is something that you are concerned about, let us know and we will make sure to use only low odor chemicals at your house.

How long does the treatment last?
This depends on the house and the insect infestation. A clean house with a low infestation could have a one time service last longer than a house with a bad infestation. We do guarantee our work and our one time service is guaranteed for 0 days, and our quarterly service is guaranteed between each service.

How long will it take me to get someone to my house?
If possible we will get some out that day. If not, then we will work with you to get someone out as soon as we can.

What if I still see bugs after my service?
Our service is guaranteed and if you are still having problems with pests, then give us a call and we will come back out and retreat for no additional cost.

What's the Difference between an ant and a termite?
Termites and ants are very similar. But if you look at them closely it is not hard to tell the difference. First difference to notice is the antennae. The Termite has straight beaded antennae and the ant has elbowed antennae. Second difference are the wings. The termite has forewings and hind wings of equal size and the ants forewings are larger than its hind wings. Last difference is the waist. The Termite has a broad waist and a strait abdomen. The ants abdomen is thin and has a pinched or constricted waist.

When do you typically see termites?
Termites can be seen all year round. Mud tubes on the side of a house are one of the most common way termites are spotted. Termites are also spotted in the spring when they decide to swarm. Swarms usually takes place in the spring time between late march through early may. You will notice a swarm by the amount of winged termites, they all leave the colony at the same time to look for a new home. If you see a swarm please give a call and we will come out and take a look.