What do homeowners in Houston get when they make an appointment with an organic pest control professional from Chem-free?
- A thorough inspection. Our experts know that often what you see with pest problems is just the tip of the iceberg. Because of this, Chem-free always conducts an extensive inspection of the property, looking not only for current issues, but also evidence of pests that could potentially return.
- Safe treatment plan options. Houston-area residents choose Chem-free because they want to avoid using substances that might harm their pets or family members and they care about the environment.
- Effective solutions. Being safe and environmentally-friendly only matters if the treatment actually works. Chem-free’s solutions don’t just protect you. They eliminate common home and lawn pests for good.
Reach out to Chem-free today if you need:
Fire ants. Carpenter ants. Pharoahs. There are many different ant species that invade Houston homes and yards. Our trained, experienced experts know how to tell a wide variety of ant species apart, so they can ensure you receive the right treatment the first time.
Our city is one of the worst for bed bugs in the entire country. That’s a reality we must live with. That doesn't matter if you have a bed bug problem. The best way to get rid of these pesky pests and keep them from spreading is to work with a professional to quickly treat the problem.
Houston is a perfect breeding ground for fleas and ticks. One thing that a lot of people just don’t think about, though, is that, if their pet gets infested, their home will likely get them, too. It’s not easy to find pet-friendly pest control in Houston that can eliminate a flea and tick problem from a house and yard, but Chem-free knows how.
Here in Houston, mosquitoes come with the territory, but that doesn’t mean they should come with your home. Remember, these bugs are far more than just annoying–they carry numerous deadly diseases. There are many ways to mosquito-proof your house and yard, but if you’re trying to find a low-impact solution, you can get a range of options from Chem-free.
It’s a common misconception that only dirty homes attract roaches. These nasty, disease-transmitting bugs only look for three things: food, shelter and water. Because of this, it’s quite possible to have a roach infestation even if you work hard to maintain your house. Worse, they reproduce quickly, so if you see one roach, there are likely many more.
Mice and rats. Squirrels and skunks. Opossums and raccoons. Those are just some of the non-insect pests that homeowners in Houston commonly deal with. When they invade your home and yard, these larger pests can ruin your garden, chew through wires, get into trash and leave droppings behind that spread various illnesses. Taking care of the problem demands a thoughtful approach that protects your outdoor spaces for you while making your property undesirable to them.
Sharp, intense pain. Abdominal cramps. Trouble breathing. Getting stung by a scorpion is awful, and most native Texans were taught at an early age to watch out for them. Our experts pay special attention close to entrances, in crevices, in damp or dark places and beneath rocks to find the source of your problem and apply effective treatments.
While it’s true that spiders are mostly beneficial bugs, their webs can still be a nuisance–and some species pose risks to our families and pets. Wolf spiders will bite if provoked, and black widows and brown recluses are both venomous. Contact us for help in avoiding accidental encounters in and near your home.
In recent years, Houstonians have not only had to deal with our native subterranean termites, but also an influx of invasive termite species as well. For homeowners, few pests are more insidious and terrifying in a long-term sense, because these insects can literally eat you out of house and home, doing tens and even hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage along the way. The second you notice a termite, contact Chem-free for help.
Chem-free proudly serves Houston, as well as Cypress, Katy, Sugarland, Spring, Tomball, The Woodlands and Kingwood.