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Main Services


General Pest This service covers a variety of insects including roaches, ants, scorpions, and many others. We offer one time services as well as monthly or quarterly for residential and commercial accounts.


Rodent Control This service includes rats, mice, and all kinds of rodent trappings such as raccoons and squirrels. We also offer rodent entry enclosures and a combination of trapping and baiting.


Termites and Wood Destroying Insect Reports: We offer baiting systems and traditional termite treatments.


These pests are very controllable, but will require a different form of application than the general pest control. Each one of these are targeted to that specific pest and require a comprehensive approach with the homeowner and pest control technician.


Bed Bugs have recently made a comeback in the United States. The infestations can be eliminated with a comprehensive approach from the homeowner and our professional pest control technicians.


There are two types of rats that typically infest homes in this area. The Roof Rat and the Norway Rat and of course the little house mouse. Contrary to popular belief rats are not stupid. They are smart little creatures that have been around for years.


Bees, Wasp, and Hornets. Treating for these pests is usually just a matter of finding the nest and eliminating the colony.


J & J Pest Control, Inc. offers a full range of bird and pigeon control for homes and business including exclusion, spikes and netting.


Cricket outbreaks are one of the most predictable pest events of the year in most areas of Texas. Usually late summer and fall are when adult crickets become especially abundant around homes and commercial buildings.


The Texas Department of State Health Services says that most snakes in Texas are not venomous. The two most common venomous snakes are the Pit Vipers and Coral snakes. If you or someone you know is bitten by a venomous snake you will know right away because the pain will be in sufferable.

Seasonal Pests


Well it’s that time of year again. As it gets cooler the raccoons and possums will be looking for a comfortable, warm, safe environment. Guess what? Your attic or crawlspace is the perfect home!!


Ants are amazing insects. Their sole purpose is to support the colony as a whole. There is no “I” in ant.


While there are approximately 3500 species of cockroaches, only 55 species are known to live in the U.S. In Texas, five cockroach species are really troublesome in homes and buildings. They are the German, American, Brown-banded, Oriental, and Smoky Brown.


These arachnids are a huge problem in Texas and certainly create fear in most homeowners.


There are nearly 1,000 species of spiders found in Texas, but only a few are harmful to humans. Most are beneficial, feeding on pests of agricultural crops ants and mosquitoes that they ensnare in their silken traps.


Small flies in the home can become quite a nuisance. One type of fly that may infest the home is the drain fly. Drain flies are small, have two wings and are a brownish or grayish color. Drain flies have a fuzzy appearance and when at rest, hold their wings roof like over their body making them look like tiny moths which is why they are also sometimes called moth flies.


Where did the earwig get her name? Probably from the old wives tale that earwigs burrowed into the brains of humans through the ear and laid eggs. Yes it does sound like an episode from the Twilight Zone.


Silverfish are always wingless and are silvery to brown in color because their bodies are covered with fine scales. They are generally soft bodied. Adults are up to 3/4 inch long,flattened from top to bottom, elongated and oval in shape, have 3 long tail projections and 2 long antennae.