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Pioneers in the industry, we offer Rats And Mice Control, Cockroach & Ants Control, Termites Control, Wood Borer Control, Mosquitoes Control and Bed Bugs Control from India.

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The most common rodents that are classified as house pests in the North Texas area are rats and mice. Both are destructive and carry disease. If you have an un-wanted visitor, it is important to know which rodent you are dealing with. If you decide to solve the problem yourself, please make sure you read the labels and use the products safely with children and pets in mind. The Brown Rat or Norway Rat is one of the best-known and common rats, and also one of the largest. It is not known for certain why it is named Norwegian rat since it does not originate from Norway. It lives wherever humans live, particularly in urban areas.

The Norway Rat will consume almost anything, but with cereals forming a substantial part of the diet. They are usually active at night and are good swimmers, both on the surface and underwater, but are poor climbers. They dig well, and often excavate extensive burrow systems. The fur is coarse and usually brown or dark grey, the underparts are lighter grey or brown. The length can be up to 16 in., with the tail a further 10 in. (the same as the body length). Adult body weight averages 1 lb. in males and about 8 oz. in females, but a very large individual can reach 1.3 lbs.

Norway Rats are supposed to carry some diseases, including Weil's disease, cryptosporidiosis, Viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF), Q fever and hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. Unlike the Black Rat, Norway Rats rarely if ever carry bubonic plague. The Black Rat, also known as the Asian Black Rat, Ship Rat, Roof Rat or House Rat, is a common long-tailed rodent.

A typical rat will be 6 to 8 in. long with a further 8 in. of tail. It is nocturnal and omnivorous, with a preference for grains. In a suitable environment it will breed throughout the year, with a female producing three to six litters of up to ten young, Despite its name it comes in several colour forms. Compared to the Brown Rat, it is a poorer swimmer, but more agile and a better climber, tending even to flee upwards. It is usually black to light brown in colour with a lighter underside. The best known mouse species is the common house mouse. It is found in nearly all countries. Light brown or light grey in color, the house mouse is small and slender with large ears and small eyes. They have a keen sense of hearing, taste, smell and touch. While they are mostly active at night they can be seen during the day searching for food..

Although they usually feed on cereal grains, they will eat almost anything. They nest within structures or burrows and establish a "territory" near food sources, generally 10 to 30 feet from their nest. The house mouse is a prolific breeder. Mice can be harmful pests, damaging and eating crops and spreading diseases through their parasites and feces. The original motivation for the domestication of cats is thought to have been for their predation of mice and their relatives, the rats. The Field Mouse is a cousin to the rat and the two share certain attributes. For instance the coloring of these rodents are similar, blacks browns and whites, although more commonly mice will be more white or grey than others. Field Mice do not share the large front teeth of rats and their claws are much smaller. A full grown Field Mouse is between 4 to 8 in. long. The tail is usually as long as the body and is completely hairless. It has extremely small, though sharp claws attached to its stubby legs.

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The American cockroach is a large species of cockroach, winged, and growing to a length of 1" to 1½" (2.5 cm to 4 cm). It is very common in the southern United States. In the southern U.S., it is often called a Palmetto Bug or a Water bug. The insect can travel quickly, often darting out of sight when someone enters a room, and can fit into small cracks and under doors despite its fairly large size. It is known to be very mobile, and it also has wings which allow it to be quite a capable flier.

It prefers warmer climates and is not cold tolerant. It does well in moist conditions but also can tolerate dry conditions as long as water is available. The insect is often considered a pest since it invades living quarters for sanctuary and food. The German cockroach is a small species of cockroach, measuring about 1/2" to 5/8" long. It is tan to light brown, and has two dark parallel streaks running from the head to the base of the wings. Although it has wings, it is not very silled at flight and is unable to sustain flight.

The German cockroach is one of the most common and prominent household cockroaches in the world. The German cockroach is very closely related to the Asian cockroach, to the extent that to the casual observer they appear nearly identical and may be mistaken for the other. The German cockroach is very hardy and resilient towards attempts to exterminate them. The cockroach is also smaller than many other species so it can more easily hide and fit into very small cracks and crevices to evade humans. The cockroach can be seen in the day, especially if there is a large population or if they have been disturbed. However, they are nocturnal, and therefore most active at night.

The Oriental cockroach is a large species of cockroach, measuring about 1 inch in length at maturity. It is dark brown to black in colour and has a glossy body. The female Oriental cockroach has a somewhat different appearance to the male, it appears to be wingless at casual glance but has two very short and useless wings just below its head. It has a wider body than the male. The male has long wings, which cover a majority of its body and are brown in colour, and has a more narrow body. Neither the male or female can fly, apparently.

The oriental cockroach tends to travel somewhat more slowly than other species. They are often called waterbugs since they prefer dark, moist places. They can often be found around decaying organic matter, and in sewers, drains, damp basements, porches, and other damp locations. They can be found outside in bushes, under leaf groundcover, under mulch, and around other damp places outdoors. The Smoky Brown cockroach is a large species of cockroach, winged, and growing to a length of 1 1/4"-1 3/8. It is brown in colour. It is closely related to the American cockroach however is easily distinguishable from it. It has a uniformly dark brown mahogany colour. Its thorax is dark and siny, unlike the light rimmed pattern of the American cockroach. It is very common the southern United States, and in tropical climates.

It does well in moist conditions and it sems to be most commonly concentrated in moist concealed areas. It often lives around the perimeter of buildings, and it is common species outdoors in souther US states. It can feed off a wide array of organic (including decaying) matter like most cockroaches, it is a scavenger. It tends to lose more moisture than its relatives and requires water every 2-3 days. It may comes indoors to look for food, and even to live, however, in warm weather it may move outdoors and enter buildings looking for food.

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Subterranean termites are the most destructive insect pests of wood in the United States. They cause more than $2 billion in damage each year, more property damage than that caused by fire and windstorm combined. Problems occur when termites attack the wooden elements of human structures - homes, businesses and warehouses. Their presence is not readily noticed because they hide their activity behind wallboards, siding or wood trim. Homeowners in all areas of Texas should watch for subterraneantermites and take precautions to prevent infestations. To minimize damage from termites, it is helpful to know the description and infestation signs of termites.

Each year we receive hundreds of calls in the spring and fall from people who are concerned they have termites swarming. In some cases the winged culprit is a swarming ant. The differences between a winged ant and a swarming termite are shown below. The bodies of termite swarmers are black while ant swarmers may be brown, black or red. Termite swarmers are typically much smaller than ant swarmers and have a much shorter life span out of the soil. In addition, termite swarmers have straight antennae, no constriction at the waist and both pairs of wings are equal in size.

If you are still unsure what insect you have found, give us a call or send us an E-mail. We can set an appointment to have one of our termiteprofessionals help you determine if you have termites or any other infestation.

  • What Termites Eat
  • structural beams
  • cabinets
  • wood paneling
  • baseboards
  • wood flooring wallpaper
  • plastics
  • sheet rock
  • paper products

Subterranean termites live in colonies in the ground, building vertical tunnels that look like mud tubes above ground level so that they can search for food. Because subterraneantermites will die if exposed to air for an extended period of time, the tunnels provide protection from the open air, allowing workers to carry food to the nest. Subterranean termites can form tunnels through cracks in concrete, so slab homes are not exempt from these termites. They need to stay in contact with the soil in order to survive, unlike drywood termites that only need low moisture. The size of a worker is 1/8- to 3/8-inch in length. The soldier body is similar to that of the worker, but large, deck head with powerful mandibles. The color of a worker is pale, cream colored. Soldiers are light colored with brown head.

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Wood Borer Control
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Do you see white powder in your wooden cupboards and drawers everyday, which comes back the very next day even if you clean it? If yes, then most likely you have a problem of borer. Powder Post Beetle is commonly called Wood Borer. They are very destructive and reduce precious wood into dust. Wood Borers are about 4mm long and dark brown to black in colour. They spend their life in wood. And thus they live in their food.

They lay eggs in cracks/pores in wood. Life cycle of the insect is unlike animals or human beings. The egg hatch to become larva, then pupa and finally the adult. The larva starts eating voraciously on wood thereby making tunnels inside wood. The powder or dust falling from the holes in the wood is the excreta of the borers and undigested cellulose of wood. The adults finally emerge by making tiny pin size holes.

The life cycle of woodborers is about one year.

Wood in your premises can get infested by cross infestation i.e. from wood infested by woodborers, brought from outside. The infestation generally remains hidden for a long time without giving any indication of its presence. It is noticed after completion of one generation, after the excreta starts falling from the holes. The Wood Borers are controlled by injecting the insecticides in the holes with a syringe. The entire wood is also sprayed with insecticide. For Wood Borers a contract of three months is generally sufficient. After initial major treatment, we come on call i.e. whenever you see powder falling again, please call us. In most cases, three months treatment is enough. If the infestation is not controlled by three months, it will be necessary to enter into one year's contract.


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Spring and summer are the perfect times for outdoor parties but when mosquitoes arrive everyone heads indoors. No one likes itchy mosquito bites. Most of us consider mosquitoes just an annoying nuisance however mosquitoes are a vector for disease and transmit Heart worm in dogs. You should contact Peptopp Pest control for mosquito control - whether you want summer long mosquito protection or a one-time/event treatment. We have a program designed for you. Mosquitoes have 4 stages in their life cycle and can complete this cycle in as little as 10 days. Factors such as weather, the species of mosquito and the availability of food all impact the life cycle.

Egg Stage: Mosquito eggs are laid individually or in clusters in wet locations and individually in dry locations that are prone to flooding. Eggs laid in dry locations can stay dormant for months awaiting flooding or heavy rain.

Larvae Stage: Mosquito eggs hatch into a larvae called wigglers usually less than a ½ inch in long in size. They have a small head, a center body section (thorax) that is enlarged, and a long cylindrical abdomen. The mosquito larvae live in water and feed on microscopic plants and organic debris in the water.
Pupa Stage: Mosquito pupae spend their time at the water surface but do not move much. They do not feed during this stage.

Adult Mosquito Stage: Adult mosquitoes are winged and can fly various distances. Some mosquitoes only travel 200 yards from breeding sites while some species travel longer distances (with the help of wind currents). Females mosquitoes feed on nectar and plant materials but most require a blood meal before they produce eggs. Female mosquitoes can produce up to 400 eggs. Adult mosquitoes typically live for about a week to 45 days in the summer and up to several months during the winter.

Have questions? Contact Peptopp Pest Control Services and we’ll have the answers for you.

Controlling mosquitoes takes several measures. We recommend an eco-friendly approach of eliminating breeding sites and low impact treatments. Our mosquito reduction program consists of: Peptopp Pest Control services inspects your yard for mosquito sites. We use 100% eco-friendly mosquito larvicide products in all areas that retain water such as bird baths, flower pots and drains. Our larvicide products do not lose their effectiveness even after they dry out. We use our unique application method to treat all mosquito resting sites in your yard. A post treatment inspection guarantees completeness of application Our reminder service will contact you when it’s time for the next treatment but there is no obligation. Enjoy your yard mosquito free – contact Peptopp Pest Control Service today

Here’s what you can do to help control mosquitoes around your house:

Reduce standing water and look for sites that breed mosquitoes. Bird baths, flower pots, low spots in the yard, upside down toys (frisbees or buckets), trash, and even barbeque grills. If you have a sprinkler system, make sure the sprinklers are not constantly creating an area that holds water in flower beds or low spots. Mosquitoes don’t need much water to breed. Check the area where your air conditioning condensation drains, there may be standing water near your home.

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Bed Bugs Control
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Due To The Substantial Increase In Bed Bug Calls We Have Received. Please Be Aware:

Bed Bug numbers are rapidly ncreasing around the United States. Peptopp Pest Control is concerned about how this development may affect you when you travel or when visitors travel to see you. Hotels are unlikely to tell you when they have a Bed Bug problem. These insects will travel on luggage, moving trucks, and furniture delivery trucks to name a few. Consider that when a new mattress is delivered, the old mattress is placed in the truck with the other deliveries. Adult bed bugs are about the size of an apple seed. They are great hitchhikers. We would like you to read the following which will assist you in recognizing and understanding these insects.

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Lizards, Spiders, Crawling Insect Control
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We also offer an effective treatment for red and black ants, lizards and spiders.

It is advisable to get the General Disinfestation treatment done at regular intervals as crawling insects can always reinfest from the surroundings. The treatment is carried out by spraying insecticide in every crack and crevice of the premises to reach all the hidden parts so as to kill all the existing insects. All utensils, containers, raw and cooked food should be removed from the kitchen (or from the area for making tea etc. in offices) and kept on the dining table or in the middle of the drawing or some other room. They should be covered with an old bedsheet or newspapers so that the insecticide does not accidentally fall on them. The insecticide reacts with plastic and silver. Hence all plastic and silver articles should be kept away under cover. Please cover all the plastic articles such as TV, Computers, Audio Systems, Telephone Instruments etc.


Do not close the windows. Contrary to popular belief, cockroaches do not die by inhaling the vapour of the insecticide. They die when they come in contact with the insecticide. Keeping the windows closed is harmful for the persons who are inside the premises at the time of treatment. After the treatment, leave the place undisturbed for about two hours. After two hours wipe the surfaces which have been sprayed with our insecticide, with a dry cloth only. Do not wash those surfaces for about two days. Thereby the residual effect of the insecticide will not be reduced. The cockroaches, which may not have been reached at the time of spraying the insecticide come out from their places of hiding at night. When they move over these surfaces which have been sprayed with insecticide, they die. The cockroaches, which have remained in hiding during the treatment are killed within 3-4 days after the treatment.


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House Flies Control
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Do you see white powder in your wooden cupboards and drawers everyday, which comes back the very next day even if you clean it? If yes, then most likely you have a problem of borer.

Powder Post Beetle is commonly called Wood Borer. They are very destructive and reduce precious wood into dust.

Wood Borers are about 4mm long and dark brown to black in colour. They spend their life in wood. And thus they live in their food.

They lay eggs in cracks/pores in wood. Life cycle of the insect is unlike animals or human beings. The egg hatch to become larva, then pupa and finally the adult. The larva starts eating voraciously on wood thereby making tunnels inside wood.

The powder or dust falling from the holes in the wood is the excreta of the borers and undigested cellulose of wood.

The adults finally emerge by making tiny pin size holes.

The life cycle of woodborers is about one year.

Wood in your premises can get infested by cross infestation i.e. from wood infested by woodborers, brought from outside. The infestation generally remains hidden for a long time without giving any indication of its presence. It is noticed after completion of one generation, after the excreta starts falling from the holes.


The Wood Borers are controlled by injecting the insecticides in the holes with a syringe. The entire wood is also sprayed with insecticide.

For Wood Borers a contract of three months is generally sufficient. After initial major treatment, we come on call i.e. whenever you see powder falling again, please call us. In most cases, three months treatment is enough. If the infestation is not controlled by three months, it will be necessary to enter into one year's contract.

 

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