Winter Turf Weeds

weed noun 1.   a wild plant growing where it is not wanted and in competition with cultivated plants.   In southeast Texas we have had one of the wildest winters in recent years. Having experienced 60″ of rain since September and off and on warm spells, your lawn has suffered. The large amount of rainContinue reading “Winter Turf Weeds”

What’s eating my live oak tree?

Bob Klepac Exterminating Service does more than just protect your home from ants, roaches, termites and other Texas pests. We also have the knowledge to figure out what’s going on with your trees and lawn. Whether it’s your native or grafted pecan tree or oak tree, we have the solution. Today we talk fall pests,Continue reading “What’s eating my live oak tree?”

First encounter with invasive roach species

Bob Klepac Exterminating Service is no stranger to dealing with invasive species of insects.  We were the first company in Matagorda County to discover the Rasberry Crazy Ant, later renamed the Tawny Crazy Ant. We have since, lead the way in providing effective management strategies  for our customers. We have discovered another invasive pest, TheContinue reading “First encounter with invasive roach species”

Are there unwanted carpenters (ants) in your home

Carpenter ants are a common pest in southeast Texas. There are two different species that we have, the solid black carpenter ant and the red and black one. Both species of ants can build nests inside your home. In nature, carpenter ants primarily build nests inside trees. They’ll mine out the damage wood of aContinue reading “Are there unwanted carpenters (ants) in your home”

Don’t let fire ants ruin your outdoor adventures

If there’s two bugs Texans know a lot about it is mosquitoes and fire ants. Both insects cause a lot of discomfort. Especially when you’re working or playing outside. When it comes to managing these pest problems, Bob Klepac Exterminating has multiple options to keep your family safe. Today, our focus is on fire ants.Continue reading “Don’t let fire ants ruin your outdoor adventures”