Phone: (713) 467-8000
Serving the Houston East Area
Critter Control of East Houston has been serving Galveston, Brazoria, Harris and Montgomery Counties by providing professional, humane animal control and wildlife management services for over 10 years.
As the hot, humid summers of Houston, TX, begin to cool, hornets and yellow jackets become increasingly aggressive. This is due to the prolific breeding of their queens, which creates hives with too many wasps and not enough space. Rats also become a problem as winter approaches, burrowing into homes in search of warmth and shelter. They are capable of spreading diseases like hantavirus and leptospirosis. Warm months offer homeowners in Houston no relief, as raccoons and skunks rummage through garbage and nest beneath porches year-round. Since skunks can transmit leptospirosis and raccoons may carry rabies, residents should keep a safe distance away from these pests.
Whether you have a ringtail cat hiding in your attic, or a ferocious wild boar tearing up your lawn, Critter Control has the knowledge, expertise and equipment to handle any wildlife situation. Critter Control, as the "Nations Leading Wildlife Control Firm," establishes the standards for excellence in the animal pest control industry and upholds those standards with a professional staff of biologists, zoologists, certified wildlife control specialists, animal control officers and anti-cruelty personal.
Critter Control of Houston East, Texas, offers animal control and animal removal services for the following animals: bats, birds, mice, opossums, raccoons, rats, skunks, snakes, squirrels, woodchucks, and more.
Critter Control of Houston East services many locations, including Pasadena, Sugar Land, and Texas City.
We also provide services to remove any soiled insulation and replace it with a special Thermal Acoustical Pest Control Insulation (T.A.P.) T.A.P. keeps the pests away!
We can help you hang the "No Vacancy" sign on your home or building for any unwanted critters.
Emergency Service is also available. Also serving Galveston.
Local Franchisee: Ramon Cardenas
Address: 9103 Emmott Rd, Box #17 Houston, TX 77040
Q&A with Local Franchisee Ramon Cardenas
What are some of the most common wildlife issues that homeowners face in your area?
Roof rats, squirrels and raccoon's (year round). Bat are seasonal. (February - November). Mice in new developments.
How do the seasons affect wildlife activity in your area?
Bats are definitely affected by season. (Spring - Fall). Rats and mice are all year round as are other mammals but removal becomes more complex during baby season.
Any prevention tips for residents in your area?
Home owners should be cut trees back away from the roof line. Any heavy foliage or plants should be a few inches away from the perimeter of the home. Pick up fruit from fallen trees to reduce access to an easy food source. Feed pets indoors wherever possible. Clean up pets fecal matter from yard regularly as all these things can attract critters to the yard.
When should homeowners call Critter Control?
Homeowners should call the critter control as soon as they suspect a Critter is in or trying to get in their home. Prevention and early detection will always lead to a more cost effective process to remedy the situation and prevent any critter related damage. If you suspect you have a Critter in the home don't go it alone sealing in a Critter or their young inside your home is likely to result in more damage and cost more to fix, call the professionals.
Houston Wildlife Pressure: Snakes, feral hogs, and armadillos are just some of the wildlife pests that plague Houston, TX. These pests endanger city residents with their deadly bites, aggression, and capacity to spread disease, respectively. Raccoons are also a major problem in the area. These pests forage in trash bins for food and infiltrate homes for shelter. Known for spreading rabies, raccoons should be avoided at all costs. Finally, bat populations are rampant in Houston and nearby areas of Texas. These flying pests also carry rabies and are responsible for the spread of Histoplasmosis.