Orkin San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio TX Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

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San Antonio Pest Pressure

Pet Pests

San Antonio, TX, and its millions of residents enjoy nice weather year-round. The hot, humid summers and mild winters allow certain insects to breed and develop in every season. Household pets are susceptible to some of these nuisance pests in San Antonio, including:


These small parasites attach to people and pets to feed off their blood. Different types of ticks can spread harmful diseases through bites. As tick populations in Texas increase, so does the risk of Lyme disease and other tick borne diseases for San Antonio residents.


Fleas are tiny, dark brown or somewhat blackish, wingless insects. The pests often attack dogs, cats, and humans. They infest homes and hide in carpets, bedding, or furniture where residents may see them jumping. Flea bites cause itching, irritation, and allergic reactions.

Wood-Infesting Pests

The large number of houses and apartment buildings in Texas invites many insects that harm structures. Wood-destroying pests in San Antonio include:


Found throughout San Antonio, drywood termites are troubling for Texas homeowners. These insects burrow into wood and damage furniture. Termite colonies may even weaken the frame of a house. The pest is harmless to people but destructive to buildings if left unchecked.

Carpenter Ants

These insects are recognizable by their relatively large size and unique reddish-brown or black color. The carpenter ant does not eat wood like the termite but will tunnel through infested wood construct galleries that constitute its nest. Small piles of sawdust on floors or other infested wood indicates an infestation.

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