Centipede Infestation Control
A-Tex Pest Management diligently prioritizes our commercial and residential customers in the Greater Austin, Texas area. With every phenomenal service that is executed with superior workmanship, we apply friendly customer service, high morals, exceptional work ethics, and traditional values consistently. With the aid of premium quality products exclusive to licensed professionals, we can effectively provide pest management services to your home and business with maximum results. Being completely licensed and insured, A-Tex Pest Management technicians are more than qualified to provide the services we offer by having advance and ongoing training, experience in the industry, and remarkable skills and attributes associated with pest management.
Centipede Infestation Inspections & Control in Austin, Round Rock, Leander, Pflugerville & Cedar Park, Texas
If you have noticed a centipede problem in your Austin, Texas home or business contact A-Tex Pest Management today and let our experts get rid of them.
Tailored SolutionsWe know every home & business is unique and we will work with you to find the best solution for you.
Quality WorkFrom first phone call to completed job, our team is committed to providing the highest quality service and work.
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A-Tex Pest Management is happy to take care of the centipede infestations inflicting your commercial or residential property in Austin, Texas and surrounding areas. ‘Centipede’ which translates to 100 legs is inaccurate. Depending on the species, centipedes have anywhere between 15-177 pairs of legs. With elongated, flat, segmented bodies that contain a pair of legs per segment, centipedes can be found in several colors and patterns but are generally are brown and reddish orange. Size also varies, depending species. Centipedes are fast runners! Outside, they live under stones, rotted logs, leaves and bark. Inside, they are most often found in closets and bathrooms with high humidity. Their heads have a pair of long and sensitive antennae and feature a small mouth with large, claw-like structures that contain a venom gland. Most centipedes are carnivorous and look for food at night. They use their claws to paralyze their victims, such as worms, spiders and small vertebrates. Never attempt to touch a centipede! Centipedes may bite when be handled, causing severe pain, numbness, discoloration and inflammation.
“We will not hesitate to call them if the problem arises again, and we will certainly be contacting them for all of our future pest control needs.”