Pest Control Flower Mound Tx

We Provide Pest Control & Exterminating in Flower Mound Texas, 75022, 75027, 75028

Ant Control -Flower Mound, Tx

Ants are all over. Many ants look alike. There are many species of ants. Treatment methods for different species of ants can vary greatly. Some of the ants that cause problems are fire ants, carpenter ants, acrobat ants, pharaoh ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants. Ants are attracted to odors, they can nest in trees, kitchens, soda cans left in walls and many places that you might be surprised.

Bed Bugs –Flower Mound, Tx

Bed Bugs have become a big problem in just a few years. You can bring bed bugs home in your luggage, purse or any other type of personal items. They can attach and get a ride to your home. Bed bugs can infest homes, apartments, movie theaters, offices, hotels, movie theaters and many other places.

Cockroaches – Flower Mound, Tx

Cockroaches can be found in homes, restaurants, apartments and many types of structures. Cockroaches can get in kitchens, live in ground cover, under houses. They look for dark, damp, warm places to nest. They will lay eggs and nymph roaches will hatch. When there is a bad roach problem you can smell them. They can transmit diseases and can be an allergy problem for some.

Fire Ant Control –Flower Mound, Tx

Fire ants have come to this area in a couple of ways. Some came up from South America and others came on ships in packages. Fire ants are responsible for many doctor visits each year. Fire ants have hurt many animals including quail, deer and other small wildlife. Since fire ants live in the ground they are not seen until a rain comes and mounds appear in the grass.

Fleas & Ticks – Flower Mound, Tx

Fleas & Ticks can bring disease. Fleas were the cause of the bubonic plague being spread. Today they can carry Lyme Disease, typhoid fever and tapeworms that can make humans or animals very sick. Property owners do not need to have a pet to get Fleas or ticks. Fleas or ticks can infest homes or yards.

Mosquitoes –Flower Mound, Tx

Mosquitos can carry west nile virus. People can become very ill if bitten and infected. Hospitalization can occur. Mosquitoes find areas of standing or stagnate water sources. They can get in pools, under bushes, under leaves or in bushes. Mosquitoes are most active in North Texas in the warmer months typically from March to October.

Rodents – Flower Mound, Tx

Did you know a rat can get in a hole the size of a quarter and a mouse can get in a hole the size of a dime. Rodents gather all types of material such as paper, leaves, cotton and many other things to make a nest. It is typically in a darker or out of the way area. Rodents can spread disease. They can ruin many types of things. Rodents may urinate on things. When running along things they may leave a grease mark which is sometimes referred to as a swing mark.

Spiders – Flower Mound, Tx

Spiders have 8 legs and two body segments. They may have 3 or 4 pair of eyes. Spiders may make webs. Different species of spiders may be poisonous such as the Black Widow or Brown Recluse spider. People are scared of spiders. They may scream or just be afraid. There are thousands of species around the world.

Stinging Pests –Flower Mound, Tx

Hornets, bees, and wasps are social insects. Many are not aggressive while some may show aggression if bothered. They may attack in the hundreds if disturbed. Africanized Bees have shown to be very aggressive. Wasps, Bees, and hornets create colonies that can be from a few hundred to several thousand members. They create a social culture in the colonies.

Termites –Flower Mound, Tx

The most common termites in North Texas are Subterranean Termites. They are ground nesting, living in colonies. Each colony can have from a few hundred to several hundred thousand termites. Termites cause over 5 Billion dollars in damage each year in the United States. Termites can come up a crack 1/32 of an inch in a slab. They may also build a mud tube up the foundation wall of a property to get into a property. Each colony contains a queen, reproductives, workers and soldier termites.

Commercial Pest Control – Flower Mound, Tx

Commercial pest control services are different than residential pest control. There may be hundreds of people, some may be employees and some may be customers. The main approach in commercial pest control is called IPM or Integrated Pest Management. It starts with an inspection to identify problems, then an action plan is created followed by repairs, exclusion and treatment as needed.

Our Approach to Pest Control

Sureguard has a special approach to pest control service. With the experience of our leadership team we are getting ready to service your property long before you even request service. We start our training with a detailed technician and staff training. We also have ongoing training for all staff members. We require all staff members to be licensed by the state. It is important for anyone helping you be trained and knowledgeable in pest control.

When the scheduling processes is done you may be asked several questions. The licensed staff member is wanting to give you the best and most complete information. We believe in high quality service. It starts with the initial call and continues with the service and ongoing.

Once the licensed technician arrives an inspection and pest identification will be done. At this point any recommendations will be made. Then the service will be completed. At the end of the service the technician will give any additional instructions and recommendations. We will again Thank You as we do appreciate your business.

Our Flower Mound pest control service can treat many insects:
Crickets – Earwigs – Brown Recluse Spider – German Roach – Most Beetles
Centipedes – Millipedes – Scorpions – Black Widow Spiders- Mice- Rats
Black Widow Spiders – Silverfish – Carpenter Ants – Odorous House Ants
Pharaoh Ants – Fleas – Ticks – Fire Ants – Indian Meal Moths – Termites
Birds – Mosquito – Bed Bugs – Argentine Ants – Cockroaches – Termite Pre-Treatment

Subdivisions In Flower Mound Tx

Bridlewood, Chateau Du Lac, Coventry At Bridlewood, Flower Mound Oaks, Hidden Valley Country, Lake Forest, Preserve At Flower Mound, Shadow Ridge, Stone Creek, Stone Hill Farms, The Estates At Tour, Terracina, Timber Creek Park, Timber Creek Garden, Timberview Estates, Waterford Park Estates, Wellington Estates, Wichita Chase, Wichita Creek Estates

FLOWER MOUND, TX local information

Flower Mound is one of the fastest growing cities in Texas. Residents enjoy a low tax rate with an outstanding school system and safe neighborhoods. Safewise ranked Flower Mound 4th on their list of the “50 Safest Cities in Texas.” The city had the lowest overall crime rate, and lowest property and violent crime rate in Texas for the town’s population category.

Flower Mound has a highly developed program called SmartGrowth, which seeks to preserve open land and ecological recourses. It has an amazing state-of-the-art Community Activity Center, which serves as a hub of the community, sporting a massive fitness facility, game room, and a water park. ranked Flower Mound on the Top 25 Best Affordable United States suburbs.


Presbyterians held religious camps for two to three weeks at a time in the Flower Mound area in the 1840s. The late historian, A.C. Greene, believed the name, Flower Mound, was given due to the unusual amount of wild flowers that grew on the mound.

By 1854, the Flower Mound Presbyterian Church was established by residents. The area remained sparsely populated for many decades after its initial settlement. The town was incorporated in 1961.

With the construction of DFW International Airport 4 miles south of Flower Mound in 1974, the town’s population rapidly increased from 4,400 to 50,700 in 2000. Controlled growth continues in central and western Flower Mound with current population of 66,000 residents.


Located between Lake Grapevine and Lake Lewisville, Flower Mound is approximately 20 miles northwest of Dallas and 25 miles northeast of Fort Worth. It is situated on the basin of the Trinity River. Flower Mound was named for a 12.5 acre hill about 50 feet tall (referred to as “The Mound”) located close to the intersection of FM 3040 and FM 2499.

The Mound is owned and maintained by The Mound Foundation, a non-profit private-public partnership. Over 175 species of wildflowers and native prairie grasses flourish on The Mound throughout the year.