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Types of Insect Bites

Weal insect bites are like nature's way of saying, "Hello, I was here!" These tiny encounters can range from a mild annoyance to a bothersome itch or, in some cases, a bit more drama. In the diverse world of insects, various species have developed unique methods of interaction with their environment, including how they bite […]

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Types of Bats in Texas: A Comprehensive Guide

Texas is home to a diverse array of wildlife, including a variety of bat species. Bats play a crucial role in the ecosystem, serving as pollinators and insect controllers. Team up with Critter Stop to explore the different types of bats found in Texas and their unique characteristics. One of the most common species of […]

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Best Way To Kill A Hornet

Hornets, those bold and sometimes scary-looking insects, can create quite a buzz – and not always the kind we enjoy. But fear not! Whether you're facing a hornet's nest near your home, have questions about what hornets eat, safety, how to get rid of a hornets nest or just want to know how to handle […]

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What Causes Gnat In The House

Let's start with the basics, shall we? Gnats are those teeny-tiny drain flies or fruit flies, that can range from annoying to downright infuriating. They're like uninvited party crashers, but not the fun kind. Gnats come in various shapes and sizes, but they all have one thing in common: they're experts at getting on your […]

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Mice As Pets: Pros and Cons

Enter the enchanting world of pet mice, those tiny creatures that can bring joy and companionship to our lives. A pet mouse is a small rodent belonging to the genus Mus, often kept for the pleasure and company they provide. These delightful creatures have distinctive characteristics, including their tiny size, twitching whiskers, a tail, and […]

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Types Of Snakes in Texas

In the wild jamboree of Central Texas, snakes take the spotlight, and it's a real-life drama of venomous bites, color, and charm. Picture this: the Prairie Rattlesnake, a true Texan VIP, shaking its rattle like a cowboy's warning in the wild west. But fear not, because slithering alongside are the Louisiana Milk Snakes, the fashionistas […]

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How To Get Rid of Voles

Voles are small rodents that often get mistaken for mice or moles due to their similar appearance. These little critters have compact bodies, short tails, and typically sport brown or gray fur. However, unlike moles, voles are herbivores. They have a voracious appetite for plants, which can turn them into a major headache for gardeners […]

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How to Get Rid of a Yellow Jacket

Yellow jackets are a nuisance for many people, especially during the warmer months when they build their nests and become more aggressive. These social wasps can ruin outdoor activities and pose a threat to anyone who is allergic to their stings. To ensure an environment that is safe and enjoyable, it is essential to know […]

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How to Get Rid of Rats in Wall?

Rats and mice are part of the rodent family, characterized by their sharp front incisors that continuously grow throughout their lives. There are over 60 species of rats worldwide, but the two most common troublemakers in homes are the Norway rat (Rattus norvegicus) and the roof rat (Rattus rattus). These critters have adapted remarkably well […]

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How Long Do Bats Live?

When the sun dips below the horizon and the world cloaks itself in darkness, there's a group of creatures that emerge to captivate our imaginations. These are none other than bats, the enigmatic nocturnal wonders. With their unique physiology and behavior, bats have cast a spell on our curiosity, drawing us into the mesmerizing world […]

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How to Get Rid Of Spiders?

Are you tired of sharing your home with those eight-legged, creepy-crawly roommates? If you've ever wondered how to get rid of spiders, you've come to the right place. In this friendly, straightforward guide, we're going to walk you through the process of evicting these unwelcome arachnid tenants from your life. So, let's get started on […]

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Types of Rattlesnakes

Rattlesnakes, often associated with the wild west and spine-chilling tales, are a captivating subgroup within the viper family. Known for their iconic rattlesnake bites and venomous bites, these serpents have evolved remarkable adaptations to survive and thrive in various ecosystems. Beyond their fearsome reputation, venomous rattlesnake play crucial roles in ecosystems as apex predators. They […]

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Lee Gorman
Lee Gorman
13:50 21 Nov 22
I’d give a 10 star review if I could! We had a great experience with Critter Stop. Everyone I dealt was friendly, professional, and reassuring. Phillip was very helpful and knowledgeable about the work he was doing. He walked me around the entire house to make sure I saw and understood the services he provided. He was also really nice and answered all my questions — he is exactly the type of person that should be interacting with customers.I love the fact that they will come back for up to 1 year after installation if any problems occur — this shows me they stand behind their work.The owner was great too, he personally came to my house and walked me through their offering. I recommend critter stop to anyone and everyone!
Susan Casey
Susan Casey
14:53 15 Nov 22
Critter Stop is a fantastic business! Everyone involved is extremely professional and very easy to communicate with. Chisam, the owner, did a great job of explaining the process to get the squirrels out of my attic during the initial free estimate. The exclusion crew who did all of the initial work was fabulous. The crew consisted of Phillip, Nick and Corey who arrived promptly when they said they would. They are happy, positive employees. Everyone is very polite and patient in explaining their work and answering questions. They came back several times to check the traps and finish it off with the fogging. Lester was very good about following up to schedule each trap check with me, and the office staff who took care of the billing was very efficient. Critter Stop is a well run company with honest, trustworthy employees! Thank you to all of you who worked hard to make my attic critter free and for the peace of mind that you guarantee your work. Great to know I can call them if for some reason a squirrel figures out a way to get back in!
Karen Eckholdt
Karen Eckholdt
14:54 22 Sep 22
Critter Stop has made this project easy and extremely professional from start to finish! They are very detailed and competent from start to finish and know so much about their business. They made a problem easy for us and at a reasonable cost. We would be happy to recommend this company and their owners and staff to anyone.
Aaron Echols
Aaron Echols
13:51 03 Aug 22
The guys at Critter Stop responded quickly, were very friendly, and gave us an honest estimate of what we might need. They explained why some items on other quotes were or were not necessary. They communicated well to get us scheduled, and did the work well and quickly. Great service at a fair and competitive price.
Jacob Scribner
Jacob Scribner
19:23 27 Jul 22
Brandon and his other coworker Gavin came to install insulation in my attic. I am very grateful for the hard work and professionalism. My house feels a lot better with the insulation installed. 5 star review. Cory Leach was also very nice and helpful. He came to my house to do another job and was very attentive and professional. Thank you Corey and thank you Critter Stop for helping me.The owner very polite and helpful, I’m glad I found this company to help me.
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