Jerry (Ping) Lee
Phone (832) 310-9511
License and Bonded


The Problem

Your Pest Control Specialist must know where to look for pest activity.

Five Key Activity Zones
Insects can enter your business through cracks and crevices. Rodents can gain entry through small holes the size of a dime. They can also be transported through supply deliveries.
The tiniest crumb can support pest infestations. One grape can feed up to 600 cockroaches; even the glue from delivery boxes can provide food for pests.
Pests thrive in water, and need water daily, so they will forage until they find it. Leaks in plumbing and roofs will support pest infestations and hamper control efforts.
Cracks and crevices can provide a home and breeding space for pests and rodents. Rodents sometimes will nest in voids on the interior and burrows on the exterior.
Health risks and pest sightings can destroy your business. Protection is essential to the health of your employees and customers.
Ants
Known as America's most prolific pest. Some ants can carry bacteria and contaminate food sources; while others can damage wood or inflict painful bites. Ants have also been known to nest and cause damage in computers.
Roaches
Roaches' ability to survive surpasses all other creatures on earth. Business owners fear the cockroach more than any other pest. A customer that sees a roach in your business is apt to tell ten people about it.
Spiders are carnivorous pests (feed on other bugs). Large numbers of spiders are often a sign of a more extensive pest problem. Scorpions can inflict a painful sting that can cause serious illness requiring immediate medical attention. These pests can be a liability risk should a customer or employee come in contact with them in your business.
Rodents
Rodents are a business owner's worst nightmare, and are capable of causing electrical fires due to their constant gnawing. They can spread diseases such as Salmonellosis, Rickettsia, Smallpox, Lymphocytic choriomenigitis, and others. Rodents can contaminate 100 times the amount of food they eat. Each year, rodents cost U.S. business millions of dollars.

Flies
Flies can threaten not only your business, but the health of your employees and customers. Flies breed quickly and can lay hundreds of eggs every few days. Their eggs can hatch in as little as 12-24 hours. Maggots begin feeding immediately. Flies often come from rotting and disease laden garbage and are known for contaminating food in exposed areas. They spread disease through pathogenic bacteria that can cause Staph, E.coli, Salmonella and Shingles. Also, flies can cause customers to form an unsanitary image of your business, thus undermining your establishment. * Flies fall under Special Pest category and require an additional charge.
 
Stores Product Pests
Indian Meal Moths and Saw Toothed Grain Beetles cause billions in damage each year to America's food stockpiles. The small business's stock room is not immune. These pests can enter from the outside but more often than not, come in with new purchases of dry goods, such as cereals and grains. * Stored Product pests fall under Special Pest category and require an additional charge.

Roaches