“The BUZZ”

Uptick in Temperatures Calls for Tick Prevention

Bill Clark Pest Control urges caution against ticks in the warmer spring and summer months Animals and humans alike may be excited to spend more time outdoors to mark the end of winter, but that means blood-sucking pests, like ticks, have more hosts to latch onto for feeding. As these pests can transmit harmful illnesses […]

What’s Bugging Southeast Texas

Brown Recluse Spider

Size: 1/3” to 1/2” Shape: Round Color: Light to Dark Brown (with a Violin shaped marking on back) This nocturnal (nightly) pest is identified by the Violin shaped mark on its back with eight legs for an overall size of one inch. Brown Recluse Spiders eat other bugs, like cockroaches and crickets. They tend to […]

Formosan Termite

(Coptotermes formosanus) Formosan Termites were first brought into the U.S. on military ships during WWII. Infestations have increased and expanded across the coastal U.S.  Formosan termites are subterranean termites.  They live in the ground, build mud tubes, have a 3 caste system, etc.  However, they are described as being the more aggressive species compared to the […]

Yellow Jacket

The southern yellow jacket, also known as vespula squamosa, has a black body with yellow characteristic markings on the head, thorax, and abdomen. Workers are about 1/2 inch long, with clear wings. LIFE CYCLE: The colony is initiated by a single queen that survived the winter. The queen is very large and predominately orange, differing […]

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I had been trying for weeks to get another company out to my home to tell me what the pest problem is in my yard.  They never did come out so I called BCPC who came right out.  I’m very happy the pest issue was identified and was very pleased treatment was preformed. 

Fred T. of Beaumont
Ray C. is doing an outstanding service for me and representing Bill Clark Pest Control. I am very pleased with my contract and a large portion of that is because of Ray C.

Patrick F.