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Blue Ridge, TX, Pest Control
Pest Control in Blue Ridge, TX - At Ameritech Termite & Pest Control we pride ourselves in offering excellent customer service. We have been proudly servicing businesses and homes in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex for over 30 years. If you need any kind of pest control service in Blue Ridge, contact Ameri-Tech Termite & Pest Control Company. We are a locally owned business that focuses on the total removal of all of your bugs, ants, spiders etc. We care about our customers and you can trust us to do the job right the first time.
Facts About Blue Ridge, TX - Blue Ridge is at the intersection of State Highway 78 and Farm Road 981, in northeastern Collin County. The town is on land originally owned by Matthiss Mowry, who received a land grant from the Republic of Texas for his service in the Texas Revolution. Blue Ridge was established in 1876 and named for its hilltop location and the blue-flowering grass that grows in the area; from a distance the grass looks like a blue haze. In 1876 a post office was established at Blue Ridge, and the next year a cotton gin, sawmill, and gristmill were constructed there. By 1900 the community had an estimated population of just under 400, which increased to 600 by 1915. -TSHA
Blue Ridge, TX, Exterminator
Blue Ridge, TX Bedbugs, Fleas & Ticks - Bed bugs are six legged parasitic pests that suck human and pet blood. Their size is around 1/4 of an inch with an oval flat shape. Their size is comparable to an apple seed. The upper area of their body has gold shaded hair, antennae and cone like eyes. The bottom portion of their own bodies is wrinkly similar to crinkled paper. Bed bugs are not able to fly however they can crawl very fast. They grow and multiply within a temperature range of 70 degrees around 80 degrees. A new bedbug, is called a nymph, they are clear in color and changes into a red color after eating. To achieve adulthood, a nymph bed bug must shed its skin about 5 times. A normal female can lay 5 up to 7 eggs weekly and may produce as much as 500 eggs throughout its life expectancy of 12 months to 18 months. The eggs will hatch out within 6 to 17 days when they become known as nymphs. Bed Bug eggs are resistant to bug sprays. Bedbugs hide in beds, carpeting and rugs, quilts, clothes, underneath wallpaper, under rags, between curtain folds, behind wall decors and behind wooden home furniture. They love to attack in the evening and they will remain active until before daybreak. Bed bugs bite uncovered skin of a person sleeping in an infested bed and leave reddish colored itchy dots. They just don't wander off from sleeping and relaxing areas but they manage to travel over 100 ft during the night to search for food.
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Termite Blue Ridge, TX
Termite Treatment in Blue Ridge, TX Termite homes are usually formed around the earth. Inside these hills, subterranean termites develop elaborate tunnel systems and then use dirt tunnels with which they will access above ground food resources. Dry wood subterranean termites reside inside wood which they consume and moving into and infesting wall surfaces as well as furnishings. Minor techniques produce a big difference with subterranean termite elimination along with having a wood eating termite plan for treatment. Start by getting rid of wetness conditions along with wood eating termite wood all around your home. These basic steps make your home a less appealing target, helping prevent termites. Wood eating termite homes tend to be formed within the soil.
Preventive Pest Control - because there is more than one reason to hate Bugs! Most people I know dislike bugs and crawling or flying pest or insect of any size. Some can leave a bite that stings or itches, others want to share our living spaces and our food or even our blood.
Fall has arrived in the Dallas Fort Worth area and colder temperatures are sure to follow. It is important to stay ahead of rodents as they are sure to be looking for a warm and dry place to make their winter nest; don't let it be at your place.
Bed bugs are showing up in the Dallas area as travelers come from different parts of the globe with the insects in their suitcases. If you think you have a bed bug problem call Ameritech Pest at Fort Worth: (817) 589-2844 or Dallas: (214) 589-2844.